Friday, August 22, 2014

Make a Wish - SOUS Die-Cut Challenge...

This week's SOUS Die-Cut Challenge is "Blow Out The Candles"...

Of course, I had to use this ADORABLE cake from Miss Kate Cuttables.

I know...it seems like I'm always using her cuts but she does have some of the CUTEST images!  This card measures 8-1/2" x 4 so my over-sized cake would fit.  I also random stamped the Kraft background piece using Lovely Birthday stamp set and some Bamboo Ink.  It's such a subtle touch but one that needed to be added, I think!

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I added Liquid Glass to all the "icing" parts much like I did for this SOUS card last month!  I also used quite a bit of B&T and cardstock on this one.  You will see Seaside, Scaredy Cat, Brushed...

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One of the things I love about svg cuts is that all the layers create so much added dimension!  I added some more dimension by using CTMH's Thin 3D-Foam Tape....LOVE that stuff!!!

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Here's a peek at the inside...and a view from the front that shows some more dimension.  The sentiment "make a WISH" comes from CTMH's Artbooking Collection.

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Here's a full view of the inside...


Don't forget to check out the other Die-Cut DT members and their "Blow Out the Candles" artwork...sure is a lot of inspiration in one place!

6 comments:

Vivian Lake said...

MKC does have some really cute stuff!!!! You do make them look perfect!! Great job!

Janis PauseDreamEnjoy said...

Yummy. Love the inside as well as the outside.
~Janis, DT SOUS

Katie Ann Brooks said...

Love the glossy accents, it makes the frosting look extra scrumptious!

Rosie said...

The liquid glass is gorgeous on this!

Leah Schaeffer said...

I am a super fan of Kate's images AND of these longer sized cards! Don't know why but they are just too cool! Love the card and the glossy accents were a perfect detail! Glad to have you with us!

xoxo! Leah

Helen Gullett said...

Fabulous card! I love to see how you use the Liquid Glass on this card. Make it look so yummy :D