A sale-a-bration celebration …

I just love the Everyday Enchantment designer series paper – which is absolutely FREE from Stampin Up with a £45 spend during sale-a-bration!  I love the colours and all the different patterns … gorgeous!  I have two packs of it ….one to use, and one to stroke …. (fellow crafters will know what I mean!)

As the paper is so gorgeous, I used it to make this card for Deborah’s birthday last week. 

Deb is not only my friend but she’s a fellow Pink Lady too.  When we get together the time just flies chatting and giggling about Stampin Up and crafting … sometimes into the wee hours! 

And the birthday cake I made for her had pink roses – pink roses for a Pink Lady – 

I edged the cake with pretty in pink polka dot ribbon from Stampin Up to match …   

Deb was delighted with her cake but didn’t want to cut into it – she said it was too nice to eat! 

So it was a good job I made her some cupcakes to go with it too then…

   

I used four different embossing folders from Stampin Up to emboss the icing – perfect polka dots, manhattan flower, vintage wallpaper and elegant bouquet – and then added small sugar roses and leaves. 

 I loved that I could give them the Stampin Up treatment! 

 

All card supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: stamps:  sincere salutations; cardstock: whisper white textured; inks: baja breeze; accessories: baja breeze seam binding ribbon, stamp-a-majig, tombow multipurpose glue, beautiful wings embosslit, big shot machine. 

Thanks for dropping by today

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4 Comments to “A sale-a-bration celebration …”

  1. Oh Gill your cake is stunning. Where abouts do you go for the cake decorating classes?

  2. Your card is beautiful but the cakes are gorgeous! The roses are fabulous:)
    Val x

  3. WOW! Just stunning Gill the card is fab, the cake! Well your talent for this is beautiful and you must be ready to make your daughters wedding cake and she is lucky to have you make it. X

  4. Love the card Gill and the cupcakes are just amazing – how clever to use the SU embossing folders! Nx

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