Happy Birthday Cake Card

I have a quick and easy Happy Birthday Cake Card for you today! If you’re like me, birthdays sneak up and sometimes I need to make a card ASAP! This one is simple, but so cute!

This sweet birthday cake stamp from a set called Totally Tags Occasions by Taylored Expressions – sadly it is retired 😦 (But here’s a cute set to build your own birthday cake!) There is a die set called Totally Tags still available from Taylored Expressions that includes 3 different tag shapes that can be used with other stamps in so many different ways. The Cable Knit embossing folder is also from Taylored Expressions. I love their embossing folders!!!

My “happy birthday” stamp is an older one from Stampendous. This one or this one would work great on a card like this.

To make this simple card, emboss a piece of white card stock with the Cable Knit embossing folder, tie with a pink ribbon, and attach to a green card. Stamp the birthday cake with black ink, color with Copic markers, and die cut with the scalloped circle die from Totally Tags. Layer to a larger scalloped circle die cut from pink card stock. Attach to the card with foam tape. Stamp “happy birthday” with black ink in the bottom right corner.

If you are in the market for a set of scalloped circle dies, this set from Sizzix or this set from Spellbinders would be a great addition to your craft room.

This is a simple layout that can be used to make a card for any occasion. Change the scalloped circle to an oval, square, or rectangle and change the sentiment to whatever you need. Leave off the ribbon, use a plain circle , and change the color scheme for a more masculine card. You are only limited by your imagination!

Thanks for stopping by,

Anita

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