Kellie Stamps August Release
Hey guys! I'm back today sharing two projects I've made for the release of Kellie Stamps' new digital (and physical) stamp set called 'EAT MORE CAKE'. This stamp set is perfect for celebrating birthdays (which I've showcased here) but also many other occasions! Check out how I used these stamps on a matching card and cake topper!
The first step in making this Birthday card was grabbing the 'happy' and 'birthday' phrases from the Kellie Stamps digital stamps set 'EAT MORE CAKE' and placing them in photoshop to the arrangement I wanted (and that would make it easier for cutting out). To make sure that the layout would be easy to keep as one phrase for the card and cake topper, I made sure each of the letters from 'birthday' were attached to the script 'happy'. Once sized for the card and cake topper, I printed them out and fussy cut them with scissors and an x-acto. You could definitely whip out your silhouette for this but since they were pretty small, I figured I'd just cut them by hand.
Once I had my phrase cut out, I knew I wanted a confetti base for my card. I grabbed the polka dot card base from my stash, filled a glassine bag with some tissue paper confetti and adhered it down to the card base with my tombow permanent adhesive. Once my base was prepped with confetti, I placed the 'happy birthday' on some pop dots to add a little dimension and then finished off the card with some enamel dots in a color palette that complimented my confetti.
With 'happy birthday' in hand for my cake topper, I trimmed a piece of yellow cardstock to place behind my phrase and cut that out as well. I attached my phrase with some Tombow permanent adhesive and then placed some toothpicks on the back to attach it to my cupcakes. Voila! Easy cake topper!
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