More Pop-Up Cakes

More Pop-Up Cakes

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I made my original pop-up cake a while ago and kind of forgot about the die until I recently got a request for a custom pop-up wedding cake card.  Now that the die is out, I’ve been having fun making different cakes!  (I’m including two more of them in this post.)  My daughter needed an 18th birthday card for her friend so I created this “chocolate” one for her.

Here is the front of the card when it is closed:

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(inside: wishing you a day filled with good things)

Ingredients for this card are listed at the bottom of this post.

“Anything Goes Birthday” is always the challenge over at Seize the Birthday  which is a bi-monthly challenge blog aimed at helping you get those birthday cards done.  This week’s  “toppings” option is to use a stencil, but I opted not to use one on this project.  Pop on over and check out the beautiful inspiration posted by the design team along with all the entries in the gallery.

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Here is another wedding cake using strips of plain white card stock and printed acetate, crimped and layered.

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And here is the front of this card:

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(inside:  Wishing you every happiness, today and always)

Ingredients for this card are listed at the bottom of this post.


I designed this envelope to accommodate the bulk of these cards when closed.

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The envelope can be left plain or can be customized to match the card.


Ingredients for Birthday Cake Card:

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Ingredients for Scribble Hearts Wedding Cake

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Thanks for checking out my card post!

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