Just as if it was coated in icing, this entire cake (and stand) was coated in
Glossy Accents. By doing this, I was able to stamp the background over the cake.
If you know me at all, you know I have 2 loves when it comes to card making...
Digital Stamps &
Not that there aren't other things I love about card making and stamping...
I just love these two things best.
This is Thursday, which means more eye candy by the Digital Delights Design Team.
Be sure and check out the other designer's work.
To make this card, I used the Tiered Cake
Before coloring this cake with Prismacolor Pencils, I added the sentiment in Publisher, digitally.
After the Glossy Accents dried, I stamped over it with a background stamp I have had forever. It's an old CTMH wedding words wood mounted stamp. I stamped it with Frayed Burlap Distress Ink.
I used Tattered Floral and Shabby Shutters DI with an inking tool to the background.
I mounted this onto an embossed olive card stock frame,
then onto a pink patterned paper from my stash.
The ruffle at the bottom is from Stampin' Up!
Finally, the card needed something, so I stamped two filigree corners in
Walnut Stain DI. The corners are by Crafty Secrets.
Be sure to stop over at Delightful Challenges to see what's going on.
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I am entering this card in the following awesome challenges:
A Little Bit Crafty - A little bit shabby
Card and Scrap - #63 Anniversaries
Cards Galore - Flowers
Creatalicious Challenges - Wedding Day
Natalie and Amy's Challenge - Shabby Chic
LEJ Designs - Celebrate!
Everybody Art Challenge - Ribbon
Paper Pretties - Lots of Embellishments
Let us eat CAKE!