Friday, October 19, 2012

CottageCutz Witch Cake Plate

 Believe it or not, a few years ago, Cracker Barrel had a cake plate almost just like this.   Isn't this just darling.  It's CottageCutz time and I am showing you today this die called Witch Cake Plate.  Maybe next year I will use this die and host another Halloween Tea Party.  This would be a perfect image for an invitation.  I have had a Halloween Tea Party before and it was such a blast.
 I cut out all the pieces from the die and distressed them with Brushed Corduroy distress ink and assemble the pieces.  I applied glossy accents to the "cover" to make it look like glass.  Martha Stewart Spider Punch around the page was used to accent the focal point and I used spellbinders for the corners and applied purple rhinestones in the centers. 
This is was so much fun to make.  I just love CottageCutz dies.  They are a lot of fun to work with and very easy to assemble.   Just a reminder that we are looking for some Guest Designers so be sure to check out the information at the top of the CottageCutz blog.  Thanks for stopping by today and viewing my creation.  I really appreciate it.  This is the die that I used:

7 comments:

Olga said...

totally AWESOME~ I love the image and all those dies!!!

Benzi said...

Carol, this is so cute. I can believe Cracker Barrel had a cake plate that looked like this. I was just in there last night. They have some of everything and such a variety.

I love your cake plate and the cover is fab with the glossy accents. I want to come to your next Halloween Tea Party. Sounds like fun.

KarinsArtScrap said...

cute and great card Carol.

greetings karin

Love crafts forever said...

Such a cute and fun card. You did it again !!!
Hugs Nataliya

Judy Rozema said...

Haha! I love this!! Fabulous plate cover with the gloss!

nwilliams6 said...

What a fun and unexpected image! You made this look so great! Fun, fun, fun! I love it! Hugz!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Ha! This is absolutely darling! And how neat that you saw a cake plate similar at Cracker Barrel, too (love their gifts...and food, yum). It's one of the neatest Halloween cards I've ever seen.