The gals who came to my convention trades stampin session last Sunday did not make this card - 'cuz I only designed it tonight! The colors do not look very true in the picture but hopefully the directions will clarify any confusion.
The materials used: Out of the Box (115342, hostess level 1, p 12), Teeny Tiny Wishes (115370, 36.95, p 145), Melon Mambo pad, Rich Razzleberry pad, Rich Razzleberry polka dotted ribbon (115613), Whisper White c/s, Razzleberry Lemonade Designer Paper, 1 3/4" circle punch (112004), scallop edge punch (112091), Scallop circle punch (109043), Word Window Punch (105090), Modern Label Punch (116630), 1 3/8" circle punch (104401), Rich Razzleberry cardstock, Melon Mambo cardstock, Pennent Sizzix Die, Dimensionals, Sticky strip adhesive.
Attach the DSP (4x2) on the bottom of the white c/s leaving an even margin on the three sides of the DSP.
Attach two one inch strips of sticky strip about 1/4" above the top of the DSP so one end of each is aligned with an end of the DSP. Lay the ribbon on the adhesive. Die cut the large scallop circle in rich razzleberry c/s on the Big Shot using the Pennant Die. Stamp the jack in the box on whisper white c/s in rich razzleberry ink; punch it out using the 1 3/4" circle punch and layer it on the pennant scallop circle. Attach it using dimensionals so it bridges over the polka dotted ribbon. Stamp the cupcake in melon mambo ink on whisper white c/s and punch it out using the 1 3/8" circle punch. Layer it on a melon mambo scallop circle punch. Attach it to the card front using dimensionals. Stamp the words in melon mambo ink on a scrap of whisper white c/s, punch it out using the word window punch. Layer the word window piece on a modern label punch in rich razzleberry c/s. Attach it to the card using dimensionals. Use the scallop edge punch on a piece of melon mambo c/s and trim to a length of 10 bumps. Attach it to the top front edge of the card. If I have time, I am adding some glitter to the cupcake icing.
I love cards that use lots of punches!! So fast!