Sizzix Cupcake Card Die ~ Pink & Sparkly!

I have had this Sizzix cupcake for for a while now, and I had a stroke of inspiration when I saw Doodlebug’s Hey Cupcake enamel sprinkles in my local craft supply store. I knew I had to pull out this die set to make a card with these cute sprinkles!

The construction of the cupcake was super easy – I used 110lb card-stock for the base, cut just above the score line to allow a top folding card base.

Using foam tape under the cupcake base and ‘icing’ layers gave it just the right pop of dimension; and a C00 Coptic marker to lightly add in some shading to create more dimension in the icing.

A white gel pen & crystal effects added a perfect gloss on the cherry – glued flat to the icing layer.

Sizzix Cupcake Card Die Card By Wendie Bee Stamp Right Up
Sizzix Cupcake card die by Wendie Bee Stamp Right Up

Stampin Up Star Framelit Dies Card Quick Tutorial

Hi Stampers!!

Just a quick post to show you the card I made using the Star framelits that are FREE with a stamp set too when you buy a Big Shot this month.  I know crazy right?!

Get the set of star framelits FREE with the purchase of a Big Shot for the entire month of August!!

Get this set of star framelits FREE with the purchase of a Big Shot for the entire month of August!!

This card is super easy to assemble – here is a quick overview of how to make this card:

  • Cut a card base in Crumb Cake of of 8.5 x 5.25, scored at 4.25
  • Trim a layer of very vanilla to 4 x 5.25
  • Using your Big Shot with the Star Framelits
    • die cut 2 smallest stars in so saffron
    • die cut 1 second smallest star in so saffron
  • Sponge edges of star with daffodil delight ink using a dauber
  • From champagne glimmer paper punch out medium circle and tiny circle using the Owl punch
  • With the gold taffeta ribbon, tie a small bow & adhere to largest star
  • With the Linen thread, tie two small bows and adhere to smallest stars
  • Cut piece of linen thread, and thread through top point of largest star
  • Pierce a hole in your card just below the top of your vanilla layer and thread star through
  • Pop up largest star using dimensionals and adhere down to vanilla layer
  • Adhere down both small stars with bows attached using tombow or snail
  • Adhere random circles punched from the glimmer paper to fill up space and balance out your project
  • Using the journaling pens from Project Life – add stitch lines around edge of vanilla layer
    * TIP * I used a piece of scrap paper trimmed to 3.75 x 5 to help me keep my stitch lines straight


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Stampin Up Pun Fun & Sizzix Flip-it dies tips

I recently made this card for one of my stores that I sell to – it is such a fun card to make!!!

Using Stampin Up’s “Pun Fun” (now retired), I colored the rocket with water color pencils, fussy cut it then popped it up on the base. Using the stamp itself for revference, I hand drew all the little details in fine pointed black pen. Sentiment is from Paper Smooches.

The sizzix Flip-It die was sued to make the base & layers – I trimmed a second color (daffodil delight) down to fit.


Have you found that the die was cutting all the way through your card stock – or that the flip-it die cards were falling apart at the scored lines?! I did. It was heartbreaking to go through all the work to make the card just to have it fall apart. So I did some research:


  • Use ONE cutting plate and your CREASE pad!!!  Youtube video’s and other websites will tell you to use two standard cutting plates, but that second plate is what makes the difference.
    • Put your crease pad on the bottom, your Sizzix Flip-It die in the middle, then your card stock and your cutting plate on top.  That should fix any cutting through, or tearing of your scored folds.


Stampin Up Pun Fun with Sizzix Flip-It die

Stampin Up Pun Fun with Sizzix Flip-It die