Alex made this fun party card! She used Cupcake the dog (who already comes with a party hat) and then added a party hat to Go kitty go. I think kitty can’t wait to get to the cake! She added some wonderful sequins and glittered the whole card for sparkle!

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
2038-J Go kitty go!
3038-I Cupcake the dog
9003-B Party hat with stripes

Alex Menzlewski Cheers

Here’s a fun card using just 2 stamps. Alex made this and I think it’d be great for lots of occasions – wedding, drinks with friends, a birthday…

She stamped the tiny wine glass randomly in the background. She then used another piece of paper to stamp the big wine glass twice and made it look like it was actually “clinking”. She added some glossy accents to the big wine glasses and added some fun letters “Cheers”.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
9066-E Wine glass (big)
9067-B Wine glass (tiny)

Lynne Jardine - Webster

Here’s a sweet birthday card from Lynne. Having the multi colored zig zag background adds a whole lot of fun to this card’s background. I love how she’s added the big red circle, but cropped it in the corner. It really calls attention to little Webster and his bark bubble. She said that she used her watercolor pencils to color him in and added a little clear gloss to his nose and eyes. Adding a bit of dimensional tape behind Webster and the bark bubble made them pop even more.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
3015-F Webster’s tilting his head
8041-C Bark (text)

Lynne Jardine Auntie Daisy

Here’s an ever-so springy birthday card sent in by Lynne. I just love how happy it is!
Lynne wrote: The card is for a friend who is full of fun, and I think this image is just perfect for her! I coloured Daisy with watercolours and added some stickles to her flower centres. I chalked some clouds in the background, but they’re almost invisible in my photo :( I used some die cut sentiments – I double mounted the ’30’ and then added some clear gloss and glitter so that it really stood out.

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
1034-K Auntie Daisy enjoys freedom


Here’s another fun birthday card sent in by Alex. She’s used the same balloon background paper as in the first card, but this time it’s all about the cupcake! Yum. She’s added lots of sparkle not only in the pink frosting but a little outline circle around the cupcake. I love the addition of all those buttons!

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
8151-D Happy birthday (fun text)
9045-F Cupcake


Here’s a fun card from Alex! It’s all about the balloons on a birthday – well, that and the cake. For this fun card she kept it simple and used just a few balloon stamps. She cut them all out, used some foam tape to give them dimension and if that wasn’t enough, she tied a string to each one! Totally cute idea.

Here’s a detail of the wonderful strings:

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
8151-D Happy birthday (fun text)
9010-B Oval balloon
9011-B Round balloon
9013-C Wobbly balloon

Donna West - for a sweet friend

For this cute card Donna tried something new. I think it worked fabulously, don’t you.

Here’s what she said:
Using my Copic markers I tried to give this darling dog some texture to his fur. I think it turned out pretty good! I used craft cardstock for my card base and some fun Spring paper. I cut a large green banner for the background of the stamped image. Tied a little yellow twine and added a couple of pearls. Love it! Maybe ice cream isn’t a good share for your doggy but, mmmm….ice cream!!!! hehehe!

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
1137-M Unselfishness (MMM-ice cream)

Donna West - Happy Birthday

Here’s a wonderful little birthday card from Donna. I just love the neutral background of dots and stripes. She did a wonderful job coloring matching the dog to the background and then making the kitty pop just a bit more with a darker color. I love all the finishing details too – the scallop edges, the stitching dots and the little piece of twine.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
2045-L Leap frog
8147-D Happy birthday block (text)

Lynne Jardine happy birthday fairy

Lynne says, “So, what’s better than one sweet fairy? Yip, a whole page of them ;)” I couldn’t agree more! I think this is so adorable and it’s made stamping just one little fairy stamp over and over again. I love the little dots she added in the background – they make the fairies look like they are flittering about.

Lynne writes:
I coloured my Little Sylvies with watercolour pencils and then added Wink of Stella and some clear gloss to their wings. I then dotted my pale blue copic markers round the fairies to colour the background a bit. Pink and silver sequins from my stash.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1091-D Little Sylvie (a wee one)
8151-D Happy Birthday (fun text)

Lynne Jardine lighthouse birthday

Here’s the second card Lynne made using the same lighthouse stamp. This time, a Happy Birthday card and what a difference a layout makes. She’s used a similar color scheme but this time she’s added a little banner with the stars and the Happy Birthday cutout words. I also love her faint puffy clouds in the background. Wonderful Lynne, just wonderful.

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
6025-O Lighthouse

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