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Good morning everyone! I am SO excited for this release, because I am officially releasing another one of my stamp set children.
And there she is. This set is so much fun, because it is really customizable. Cake toppers are a well-known popular thing for cake decorations, but lately, hand lettered cake toppers have been extremely popular, so I decided to make a cake set with lettered toppers. I wanted to create a set that could be used for birthdays, graduations, engagements, weddings, anniversaries, and more. I also wanted to put the numbers in the set because it is so special to make a card customized for the person you are giving it to. The stamps for the cake are also customizable, because you can stamp the cake layers in as many tiers or layers as you like!
“Cake Toppers” has the most massive die set EVER. Everything has a die in this set. YAY! There are two cake dies in this set, so you could cut a cake shape from white cardstock and just stamp the cake stripes right into the layers.
This is a three tiered cake using the die set. I stamped the stripes in Dusty Rose, making sure to use the correctly sized stripe. It is so easy to stamp these! I stamped the details in Passionate Pink right over each tier and added little flowers in the same colors.
Isn’t this embossing powder the most gorgeous color? 😍
I stamped the little stick right on the kraft cardstock and popped my greeting above it so it would look like a cake topper decoration.
This is the cake from my wedding. See the topper? The photo is of the backside of the cake. (Why?!?)
This cake is made of just a single tier, but four layers instead of three each tier like the other cake. It gives it a bit more height. These polka dots from “Today and Always” by Lisa Hetrick are so much fun as a background.
I used the ’20’ as my cake topper so I can give this card to my little sister who will be turning 20 pretty soon! Unfortunately, she will be reading this blog post.
This is my favorite card of all. I love the Sweet Corn cake with the pretty pink flowers and gold embossing details.
These cakes are so fun to make and create a really stunning card. The cake really fills up a card! If you prefer to make A7 (5×7) sized cards, this set would work perfectly because the images and greetings are so large.
And now on to a set that the lovely Gina K. created, Crafty Notes!
Isn’t this such a cute set? I love how all the images have a coordinating greeting that’s punny and cute. The name of this set is what inspired my ‘cards’ today.
I made actual crafty notes! I thought these would be so cute to have on hand for someone in your life who was having a bad day, or even just to give to a friend to let them know they’re special. These are so easy to make and so much fun to color!
On the back of each one, I used a ruler and two prismacolor pencils to create the lines that look like a notebook. Now all they need is a sweet little note.
That’s all I have for you today. Thank you so much for stopping by and taking your time to read about our fun new release products! I had so much fun creating my set, Cake Toppers, and I loved creating with it. I can’t wait to show you more fun techniques!
Gina K. is giving away a $50 gift certificate to one lucky winner who comments on all the blog posts for today. The links are right below. Let me know what you think about my cake set in the comments! I would love to hear your thoughts.
Have a great day and happy crafting!