I am truly grateful to have the best friends in the world!!! I am super excited to share with one of the many beautiful homemade gifts I received for my birthday from my friend Colleen. She made me this beautiful nugget cake. How gorgeous is it. Daisies are my favorite flower and I just love the way they are my cake!! That cake would have been enough, but the presents didn't end there. She is super talented and patient and truly a very dear friend of mine. We meet almost 7 years ago through Stampin' Up! She is my stamping sister.
Thank you Colleen!!!
I am going to try to let you know all the ingredients to make the homemade gift, bag and card, but I may miss an ingredient or two.
Make sure you stop in and check out her beautiful creations on her blog!
Ingredients to make the cake:
Stamp Sets: Upsy Daisy Ink: Marina Mist Paper: Beau Chateau Designer Series Paper, Very Vanilla, Pink Pirouette, Early Espresso Accessories: Rhinestones
Tools: Big Shot, Flower Daisies #2, Perfect Pennants, Circle Cutting System, 1 3/4" Circle Punch, Birds & Blooms Sizzlet, Scallop Circle Punch
Ingredients to make the card and bag:Stamp Sets: Upsy Daisy, Field Flowers
Ink: Pink Pirouette, Early Espresso, Old Olive Paper: Beau Chateau Designer Series Paper, Very Vanilla, Pink Pirouette, Marina Mist Accessories: Very Vanilla Ribbon, Rhinestones Tools: Circle Cutting System, Lace Ribbon Border Punch
I started stamping 11 years ago.
I hosted my first Stampin' Up workshop and from there I was hooked. Not even a year later, I became a Stampin' Up Demonstrator. On this blog I will be sharing with all of you my latest stamping creations, stories and ideas.
Services provided: Monthly class schedule teaching rubber stamping, paper crafts and scrapbooking. Private classes in your home where you earn free products. Custom orders for any occasion. One of kind invitations, party favors and gifts.
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