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Monday, September 2, 2013

Birthday card and Birthday Cake

One layer Wednesday is hosted by the lovely Karen this week and the theme is silhouettes. I have so many silhouette stamps in my stash, I really should use them....but I just got my order from Lavinia - stamps - do you know them? They are fabulous! I have seen them a while ago hopping around on the internet and was dying to have some. They are British and unfortunately the British pound is much stronger than the dollar.....But I finally gave in - ordered a whole bunch of them and I am going to surprise my sister with some - its her birthday - by the time I post this she has gotten her present :)

I sponged with various inks after I masked off the frame and used Versafine ink for the stamps. those stamps are so detailed, I thought this would be best to use. As you see I did some generational stamping. 

The sentiment is Papertrey - Sketched Shapes. Doesn't it look like its made for those stamps?

I am also playing with this card in Seize the Birthday - Anything Goes Birthday challenge.

And here is the cake I made for my sister. It's Rosis/DaenY's recipe and boy does it taste good!

And like her I used one of my TCW masks to decorate it with cacao - now we are moving from scrap booking to scrap cooking....


Anonymous said...

Hi, Cornelia. I love the blending you did on the background! Lovely stamps too!


Nancy said...

Scrap...cooking.....Bahahhahah! yum Yum! So cute! I love your one layer card Cornelia! Thanks for linking it up for us over at Seize the Birthday!

JoAnn said...

Wow, your cake looks yummy.
Love your fabulous one layer card and the silhouette images. Thanks for sharing it with us at Seize the Birthday.

Karen said...

love your card.
Thanks so much for playing along with the OLW!
Awesome cake too!

Kim Heggins said...

Oh my...what a cake, just beautiful! And so if your card, so sweet.

Daen'Ys said...

Oups, jetzt hätte ich dir beinahe in französisch geschrieben...
Deine Karte ist "magnifique", einfach wunderschön!! Bin wieder total begeistert!!
...und WOW!!! der Kuchen ist ne Wucht!! ...hast du super hinbekommen und das tolle Muster erst, fast zu schade zum anknabbern!
Das er deiner Schwester auch gemundet hat, hat sie mir persönlich mitgeteilt ....worüber ich mich auch sehr gefreut habe.

Liebe Grüße und vielen Dank für die nette Werbung und den Link

PS War der Boden mit 120 g Mehl nicht zu trocken?

Kanan Pandya said...

Beautiful card and I do like those stamps, wonderful blending and masking. I am sure your Sister must have loved this card and that yummy cake, Cornelia. :-)