Sunday, November 8, 2009

Cake Slice "Party Favor" Wheel

I made this using "left-overs" from the My Creative Scrapbook November Main Kit that featured the Teresa Collins Friendship Collection.

These card stock favor boxes held together with a ribbon, are the perfect addition for any get-together & can be made to suit any holiday or occasion. I saw this on BHG's online website & thought it looked fun! I have changed a couple things as I found the original instructions to be a little vague.

Patterned paper (scraps), adhesive or 2 sided tape, ribbon, straight or hat pin, bone folder or scorer, 13 sheets of 8.5 x 11 card stock in colors of your choice, topper decor.

The pattern can be found at:
Cake Wheel Pattern
*Open the pattern & save it to a word file. I enlarged it approx 200%

*Print pattern on 13 sheets of card stock ( 12 sheets for boxes & 1 as a template)

*Cut 12 boxes along SOLID lines. Also cut slit on end flap
*Score, using a bone folder or scoring tool all dotted lines of the pattern... scoring makes the folding a breeze!
*Fold box along the scored lines & secure with some adhesive on side & bottom. ( I used 2 sided tape).
*Fill with some yummies & tuck end flap into slit.

*Using remaining card stock pattern, cut out section that represents the cake top. This will be used as a template for the printed paper ( see below)
*Cut 12 of these from the printed paper. I cut mine approx 1/4 inch smaller on all sides so the card stock could be seen as a border. I also inked the edges of the cake wheel a bit.
*Adhere to top of cake wheel.

*Place ribbon around slices to hold boxes together. Then using a hat pin pull ribbon snug & pin together. This makes for a "quick" take apart!!

Top-off cake with topper decor to match your theme/or embellies! I just set mine on top!

There ya go!! I am looking forward to seeing how you decorate your cake slide party favor wheel! Have Fun & thanks for visiting!!
Lynn :D


Jocelyn said...

Oh Lynn...this is totally awesome!!! How unique and what a great decoration and favor!!!!! YOU ROCKED THIS ONE!!!! I just adore all of your talent!!! Wishing you a Fabulous Day!!!! :-)

Maggi said...

That is too cool! I love it!

Lynette said...

Wow this is are so clever:)

sue said...

oh my word i love it and will have to have a go thanks for giving us a chance to make it x sue x

Sandy said...

Just beautifully done...I love the colors...this project is amazing!

Dragonfly Treasure said...

O MY GOSH!! That is sooo cute! I love the papers you used..tres chic!
You are so creative yourself. Thank you for the sweet comment :~)
Hey, remember cutting Jasmine for a bouquet? Cut any phone cords lately?! LOL Love ya!!
Have a great day!

Jane said...

oh my goodness Lynn...this is amazing!!!

Julia said...

Fantastic Lynn it's a work of art!!!

Peggy said...

I can't believe how many of your posts I've missed! There's just too much to comment on, but I want you to know I think every single LO you have created is amazing! I'll try and stay caught up from now on...

This project is amazing! I definitely want to try this, thank you so much for this tutorial! You did such an awesome job with this!
xxx Peggy

Hi I'm Lluna said...

Hi Lynn!

I love your tutorial and the gift idea! It's super cool! But the link to download PDF pattern was broken... I was searching on the reference web, and finally I found the correct link. Now is this, if you want to edit your post, ;):
And thanks for share your projects, you're very creative!
Sweet kisses!


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