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Yesterday’s Inspiration challenge on Splitcoast took us to the Cutest Food website. We were to pick one image and create a project inspired by that image. I picked this gorgeous cake. I had received some of Our Craft Lounge newest releases before leaving for New Jersey and was itching to use them on a card.

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My card base was cut with the largest of the Label 1 Nestabilities (one of my favorite Label shapes still….) out of Chocolate Chip cardstock. The edges were sponged with Walnut Stain Distress ink. The next layer is the next label down cut out of Neenah Solar White cardstock.

The long swirl from Vintage swirls as well as the sentiment from Spring Sketches were stamped in Walnut ink and embossed with clear embossing powder. I love that the Distress inks stay wet long enough to emboss them! One of the many reasons I love them. Gold Satin May Arts ribbon was wrapped around the top of the swirl layer and tied with a waxed linen thread on the left.

The flower was created with scallop and 1 3/8″ and 1″ circle punches. I punched several of each shape, sponged them with Aged Mahogany Distress inks, distressed the edges and then adhered them together. The first scallop was left as is, from the second and the third I cut one/two scallops out and adhered them together like cones. I did the same with the circle punch-outs to give my flowers some dimension. Last I rubbed Rock Candy Distress Stickles over my rose. It was adhered to the card front with several layers of dimensionals.

The inside of the card has another white label 1 cut out with swirls on the bottom.

I hope you had a great weekend! Mine was quite productive. I worked ahead and created two videos that I will share later…after they came out in the weekly inkling. Thanks for stopping by.

Have a great week! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

24 Responses to “Rose card … inspired by a cake”

  1. DANG! BEATE!! This is GORGEOUS!! I knew you’d ROCK those sets!!

  2. Oh I’ve missed seeing you around. this is gorgeous……and I am so going to be casing this Stampin’ Up! style….can I?

  3. GORGEOUS card, Beate! Your flower is amazing!

  4. So pretty!! I’m going to have to try one of those flowers.

  5. I love the flower you have made. The colour is so vibrant, and the circles without scallops really make it.

  6. This is just gorgeous, Beate!

  7. Beate, this is GORGEOUS girl! Love that flower you created!!

  8. Wow! What an elegant beauty. That flower and ribbon are to die for! Your design is perfection! Have a wonderful day!

  9. Oh Beate I am sure this is as delicious as the cake that inspired you to make it!

    Hugs!

  10. I am so glad you showed us how to make that flower…I just LOVE it!!! Your card DOES look like that beautiful cake!!

  11. I loooooove this card Beate! Gorgeous!

  12. ver classy Beate

  13. Amazing! And I just love all of your tutorials…fab job..
    Mandy

  14. hallo beate
    ich hoffe es geht dir gut
    immer wieder komme ich sehr gerne dir besuchen, deine kaerten sind immer wunderschoen
    ich sende dir liebe greusse
    xoxo BA

  15. This is soooo striking and gorgeous, Beate!! I LOVE your fabulous flower!!

  16. Beautifully elegant card Beate! The flower is fabulous. I have written that recipe down…thanks!

  17. so pretty and gorgeous flower!

  18. oooohh! I love what you did with that set. I think of you frequently when I design my sets and I wonder which of my stamper friends personalities best match certain sets. Love it!!

  19. I like what you did with your stamps. Beautiful work! TFS!

  20. OMG – this card is GORGEOUS!!!!! Love your style girl – LOVE your style!

  21. Love, love, LOVE this, Beate!! Your flower looks incredible, and I love the colors, swirls, and beautiful ribbon!! I just love everything about this one!!

  22. Gorgeous rose!

  23. Thank you for sharing. It’s beautiful!

  24. I love this card…I just have one question. Can I cut two cardstock at the same time with the Label 1 Nestabilities? I’m just afraid I will break my Nestabilities…=) THANKS!

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