Fun birthday surprise--cake in a mug packet in an Acetate Card Box from Stampin' Up!

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Recently a special person celebrated their 50th birthday.  Since I did not live close to her, I sent a fun little package to celebrate the day.  I was so excited when I found these little packets to make a single serving cake in a mug!  How fun is this?  And easy to package up cute and put in the mail!

Fun birthday surprise--cake in a mug packet in an Acetate Card Box from Stampin' Up!

I made the “wrap/tag” using the HAPPIEST OF DAYS stamp set.

Recognize the PINK “snowflake?”  It’s a FOIL SNOWFLAKE that I just colored the BACK with my Melon Mambo pad–just dabbed it directly to the snowflake and it picked up the color really well!

I definitely need to stock up on these 2 things before the Holiday Catalog ends!!!

 

Fun birthday surprise--cake in a mug packet in an Acetate Card Box from Stampin' Up!

And here is the card I included in my package:

Celebrate 50 with this quick & easy card using Number of Years stamp set from Stampin' Up!

Celebrate 50 with this quick & easy card using Number of Years stamp set from Stampin' Up!

Easy Peasy…..I wanted simple, but to make sure SHE KNEW that I KNEW it was her 50th!

Card Recipe for project posted

  • Smoky Slate Card Base:  8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
  • Basic Black:  4 7/8″ x 3 5/8″ + scrap
  • Very Vanilla:  4 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ + scrap
  • Smoky Slate Gingham Ribbon
  • See below for all the supplies used on both of these projects–then just click on any picture to go to the store and place your order!

Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you like these 2 projects!  Both are easy peasy and fun to pop in the mail to special people.  Make sure to stock up on these Acetate Boxes–we don’t know if they will be available after the Holiday Catalog ends (or when they will go on back order because everyone is finally discovering them!)

Have a stamp happy day. Jackie Bolhuis, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Products used on project posted today