Sunday, 22 May 2016

Endless Birthday Wishes


This post is all about the stamp set from
Stampin' Up! called Endless Birthday Wishes
and this post might seem a bit endless by the time I finish!

If there was only one set you could have on a desert island,
this would be top of my list.....I think......ooooh how could one possibly choose?!

One of my bestie mates used this set,
and I finally bought it recently......
luckily for me too, was an excellent class worksheet
provided by Stampin' Up! for their demonstrators,
which I was able to use recently.

Here's one I made from the instruction sheet....


It's a bit whimsical, and the cake is easy to colour in with marker pens


Or, like Sarn did on this one, just add glitter glue
(I love how she turned down the corner, added a star,
and kept the colours simple)



Or, paper piece like I did here


and as an added extra, I gave my class attendees an
instruction sheet for the pleated paper technique
that seems extremely popular at the moment.

I used glitter tape across the middle,
and some old lurex thread thats really really curly.

If you've managed to stay awake thus far :)........
Some of my class let me take some pictures of the ones they created





Those eagle eyed among you may notice
there's a different cake on some....
A kind friend gave me a cute little wooden cake stamp,
which I use to save people waiting for the one in the set.

I hope you have a peaceful Sunday
and I look forward to having you visit again soon
Lesley
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3 comments:

  1. I have that set Lesley. I must get it out again. Your card is lovely and your girls certainly had lots of fun making their lovely cards with the set too. Many wonderful ways of using this super set. Barbxx

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  2. Wow = wish I'd gone to that class . . .the cards are AWESOME! Love that stamp set.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  3. This is a great set! I have it and it is so versatile. It has been far too long since I've pulled it out. Thanks for reminded me it existed. The cards you've shared are so inspiring!

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