Paper Wedding Cakes

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Paper Wedding Cakes
Created by OMC Designer Lindsey

These adorable little paper cakes would make great accent pieces for a wedding or party display! 

Supplies Used:
Jolee's Boutique : Dimensional Border Stickers - Icing
Bazzill Basics : Double Dot Cardstock
Ranger Ink : Stickles Glitter Glue - Yellow, Crystal
Adhesive
Ribbon

Instructions:

1. Cut 3 strips of paper in 3 different widths depending on the size that you want the cake to be. Each layer should also be shorter length wise to create the tiers of the cake. Roll the strips into circles and adhere the edges. Trace the size of the circle onto a piece of paper and cut the shape out. Adhere to one side of the circle to create one layer of the cake.

2. Once all the individual layers of the cake are put together, stack them on top of each other and glue them together. In the crease where the layers meet, add a thin strip of Stickles glitter glue. to hide the edge of the paper.

3. Wrap the icing stickers around the different layers of the cakes. You may need to use an adhesive or craft glue to reinforce the stickiness on the dimensional stickers.
4. Add ribbon around the cakes.



Happy crafting!


3 comments:

Cathy said...

My oldest son is getting married this fall, I am going to do this for sure, thanks!!

Sisters Craft Cafe said...

amazing paper wedding cakes. I thought it was real. :)

Kristina - Connecticut Wedding Photography Images said...

Wow! Those wedding cakes are really beautiful and unique. The designs are really eye catching. Also, it's mouth watering.

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