Challenge in Review

This is another spectacular paper entry for the Summer Solstice Challenge. I just can’t get over the detail work on this project – it is stunning!

Paper Wedding Cake

This project was submitted by Cindy, who said:

Here is my entry for the KNK Summer Solstice Challenge. I thought since June is a very popular month for people to get married I would do a wedding cake. The only thing I didn’t use my Zing to cut were the straight side pieces of the cake and the “risers” for the cake topper. The doilies on the cake tops are from an image I traced, and the cake topper (birds & heart) is a free vector file from webdesignhot.com that I edited for my design. All other designs are mine.

The bases of the cakes are cut from 130# cardstock (Neenah Cougar) and then covered with cream cardstock. The cream cardstock is Recollections brand (65#), and the white cardstock is Wausau Index (110#). The birds are highlighted with Windsor & Newton iridescent medium. The beaks, legs, and eyes are coloured with copic markers. All the flowers are highlighted with Elmer’s opal glitter glue. The rhinestone gems & pearls are Recollections brand. To adhere it all together I used a combination of Aleene’s tacky white glue, an ATG, and a glue gun.

The finished project stands approximately 27″ tall.

Paper Wedding Cake

Please join me in a round of applause for this beautiful and elegant paper wedding cake!

Paper Wedding Cake

Stay tuned for more projects from the KNK and Team KNK Summer Solstice Challenge.

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About Cuttin' with KNK (Michele)

I am the proud mother of 2 grown children, waiting for grandchildren some day. I've been married to my best friend since 1988. I have been crafting since I was a girl - I can't even remember a time when I wasn't creating something, and I've tried nearly everything. I discovered KNK in 2009 and have loved the company and its products ever since. The machines are so versatile and enhance my own creativity. It is rare that I make something without my KNKs.

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