Hauntingly Sweet

Happy Friday, everyone. Lisa from The Relativity of Paper bringing this hauntingly sweet treat. 
Know anyone having a Halloween Party? This cake would be perfect for your "Hauntingly Sweet" Table. 
Using the SDS 3D Cake Box Kit, I created this fun take on a three-tiered cake. Who said that cake was just for Birthday Parties and Weddings? Not, me!

This is a picture of a three-tier papercrafted Halloween Cake\

This is a picture of a three-tier papercrafted Halloween Cake

This is a picture of a three-tier papercrafted Halloween Cake

This three-tiered cake is very easy to assemble. By using themed patterned papers and embellishments, it's easy to add your twist to this cake. Set it on your kitchen counter in a tall cloche, add a few more spooky elements for a great Halloween decoration. 
Want to gift a unique Halloween treat? There are two boxes to place goodies in; to gift to your favorite ghoul-friend! 

Be sure to join me at 
The Relativity of Paper.com for instructions and full supply list.

Cut all pieces using Silhouette Cameo (or machine of your choosing).
Assemble using Scotch 3M Quick Dry Adhesive and binder clips.
***Please see the list of supplies below and notes.

As always, thanks for joining us and we hope you have a fantastic weekend. 
Because I dug deep into the vault for my supplies most are not available for purchase any longer. 
Below I will include some Halloween Collections and Embellishments that I recommend to replace my supplies. All links are affiliate links

1 comment

  1. Spooky sweet! I love the papers you used on this project. They are perfectly grungy! Your cake is wonderful :)


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