Such an exciting challenge this week at Daring Cardmakers. On 28th July 1951 Disney's Alice In Wonderland premiered in the US. So this weeks dare is to make a card based on the theme of wonderland or one of the characters.
Just sharing a little bit of local history from where I once lived. This is a hotel that Lewis Carroll often visited in Whitby which is only a few miles from where I grew up in the North East of England.
I went with a tea party theme to match the Mad Hatters Tea Party and with an "Eat Me" cake that Alice took a bite from to make her grown very tall.
I stamped the little cupcake on to cream card stock and coloured the icing and cake with promakers. I then paper pieced the bottom of the cupcake with some pretty striped paper to look like a cupcake case. I added a little eat me label using the Die D-Lites Spring Time set from Spellbinders.
I created the bunting using the Die D-Lites Sweet Set from Spellbinders and cut out the smallest size bunting from some pretty spotty paper and added a little bit of twine to the ends.
I then used the Nestabilities Celebrations Pierced Circles to create the layout for my card.
For the greeting I die cut this from kraft card stock using Simply Said Phrase one set.
I created this card using the sketch challenge over at Sugar Pea Designs.
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Hop over to the Spellbinders website to check out the details of the dies I have used.