I made this card for my niece recently and shared a picture on my Facebook page. Several of you asked for a tutorial, and I’m happy to oblige! This birthday card looks like a cake slice….yummy! It’s durable enough to attach to a present, and even mail if you put it in a box! Best thing is it will never go bad!

Make a birthday card that looks good enough to eat!

This post is a Crafty Hangout sponsored by Fairfield World, the makers of Project Foam. I’m a big fan of Project Foam, and I’ve used it in several projects like my bench makeover, my mud room revamp, and my updated craft room stool. I always save my foam scraps, because they can be used in lots of other ways. This cake slice card is one way to put those foam scraps to good use. Check out this short video tutorial to get all the details:

Supplies used:

  • Project Foam
  • Mod Podge Collage Clay
  • Cardstock
  • Adhesive

Looking for more ways to craft with Fairfield World products? Check out the “Inspiration” page on their website, as well as Crafty Hangouts page. Thanks for stopping by, and have fun crafting and creating!

Make a birthday card that looks good enough to eat! Make a birthday card that looks good enough to eat! Make a birthday card that looks good enough to eat!

This is a sponsored post with CraftyHangouts.com and FairfieldWorld.com, but all ideas and opinions are my own.

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