Yummy in My Tummy Cake Tummy Shaker Card
F un shaker card perfect for the young or young-at-heart on their birthday. Uses Stampin' Up! products.
Cut card stock pieces to the following sizes using a Stampin' Trimmer:
- card from Rich Razzleberry Card Stock at 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" and scored at 4-1/4"
- 4" x 5-1/4" from Chocolate Chip Card Stock
- 3-7/8" x 5-1/8" from Very Vanilla Card Stock
- 3-3/4" x 4" from Rich Razzleberry Card Stock
- 2-1/2" square from Window Sheets
- 1-1/4" x 3-7/8" from Chocolate Chip Card Stock
- 1" x 3-7/8" from Very Vanilla Card Stock
- scraps of Very Vanilla Card Stock
Mount the big monster image from the Yummy in My Tummy Set on Block E. Ink it up with the Chocolate Chip Ink Pad. Stamp it on the Rich Razzleberry rectangle.
Cut out the monster using Paper Snips.
Pick out the Layering Circles Framelit that cuts out a circle that is 1-5/8" diameter. Place the monster image on a Cutting Pad on top of the Magnetic Platform on your Big Shot. Place the Layering Circles Framelit inside the round belly so it is centered. Place another Cutting Pad on top and run through the Big Shot.
Without adhering, place the monster with his belly cut out on top of the large Very Vanilla rectangle so he is centered from side to side and his feet are about 1-1/4" from the bottom. Mount the "Have It, Eat It, Do It All" cake image from the Designer Tee Stamp Set on Block C. Ink it up with the Rich Razzleberry Ink Pad. Carefully stamp it on the vanilla rectangle through the hole in the monster's belly. Clean the stamp using the Stampin' Mist and Stampin' Scrub.
When happy with your stamping, adhere the stamped vanilla layer to the large Chocolate Chip layer. Then, adhere that to the front of the Rich Razzleberry card.
Ink up the "Have It, Eat It, Do It All" cake image from the Designer Tee Stamp Set again, but this time use the Chocolate Chip Ink Pad. Stamp it at least 5 times onto scraps of Very Vanilla Card Stock. Be sure to re-ink the stamp each time.
Cut out only the cake images from the scraps you just stamped using Paper Snips. Set them aside for now.
Mount the "happy birthday" sentiment from the Designer Tee Stamp Set on Block G. Ink it up with the Rich Razzleberry Ink Pad. Stamp it in the center of the Very Vanilla strip.
Adhere the stamped vanilla strip to the Chocolate Chip strip. Then, adhere it to the card front so it is about 1/4" from the bottom.
Pick out the Layering Circles Framelit that cuts out a circle that is 1-7/8" diameter. Place the Window Sheet square on a Cutting Pad on top of the Magnetic Platform on your Big Shot. Place the Layering Circles Framelit in the center. Place another Cutting Pad on top and run through the Big Shot.
Flip the monster with his belly cut out over so he is face down. Run SNAIL around the edges of the circle cut in his belly. Then, adhere the Window Sheet circle over the hole in his belly.
Take one Foam Adhesive Strip off the protective backing sheet. Bend it around the circle in the monster's belly on the back side of the monster. Get as close as you can to the sides of the circle. When you get to the point you started, use Paper Snips to cut the Foam Adhesive Strip and tuck it in place. Make sure there are no gaps in the edge of the Foam Adhesive Strip.
Cut the rest of that Foam Adhesive Strip into small strips and adhere them behind the monster's head, feet, and hands.
Run a corner of the Embossing Buddy against the inside edge of the Foam Adhesive Strip circle. This takes away some of the stickiness so that your shaker pieces won't stick to the edges.
Open your card out flat and place the cake cut outs you made earlier on top of the "Have It, Eat It, Do It All" cake image. Also pick out a few gold heart sequins from the Metallics Sequin Assortment and add them to the pile.
Peel the protective backing off of all the Foam Adhesive Strip pieces and carefully adhere the monster to the card front so the hole in his belly is centered over the sentiment and the pile of shaker pieces.
Add a couple of Rich Razzleberry hearts from the Brights Enamel Shapes to either side of the "birthday" sentiment on the strip.