Pizza Party Masculine Birthday Card

Spellbinders Sweet and Savory Warm Wishes Camper Paper Rose Retro Days Masculine Birthday Card by Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 01

Pizza Party Masculine Birthday Card with Spellbinders Warm Wishes Sweet & Savory Dies

Hello Friends!  I’m just popping in very quickly today to share this fun Pizza Party Masculine Birthday Card.  Our eldest son just celebrated his birthday.  He’s a life-long pizza lover, and I would have a hard time counting up the number of times he’s celebrated his birthday with a pizza party.  So when I saw the pizza slice die in Spellbinders Sweet & Savory set, I knew exactly what I wanted to make with it!

Cheese or Pepperoni?

This is a pretty basic 5×7 card.  The base is a rust colored cardstock topped with a teal mat. Here’s how I layered it up:

  • First, cut a 4 3/4″ x 6 3/4″ panel of the border print from Paper Rose Retro Days.
  • Next, cut a 4 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ panel of the rust diagonal stripe and adhere it above the striped border.
  • Then cut out and double mat the pizza sign and the movie sign board from the paper collection.
  • Die cut 3 sets of the pizza base crust from the off white paper in the collection.  Ink the edges with Gathered Twigs Distress ink.
  • Repeat with the pizza crust edge piece.  Back these pieces with 1/8″ foam tape.  Dot with Dries Clear Adhesive and “Espresso Yourself” Prills.
  • Next, die cut 3 wedges from the rust stripe paper to be the “sauce” layer on the pizza slices. Place foam tabs on the back of these pieces.
  • Then die cut several “pepperoni” slices from the orange diagonal stripe.  Cut shredded cheese from the lighter orange solids squares in the paper collection.
  • Ink all the edges with Distress Ink and layer it up!

Create the sentiments with the stamps linked in the supply list below.

The Sweet & Savory dies also have a big soft pretzel, doughnuts, bowl of soup and other fun food items.  They pair up perfectly with the Warm Wishes Camper that I shared earlier.

It’s been a fun month of birthday celebrations, but I am ready for things to settle back down a bit.  I’ll be sharing a mix of fall and Christmas projects with you in this next quarter of the year.  There are some fun projects in store, so stay tuned!

Enjoy your weekend!




8 thoughts on “Pizza Party Masculine Birthday Card

  1. Susan Steele

    Kathy …your birthday cards are just adorable! Luv, luv the retro look of this one! That pizza looks yummy! Thanks for sharing …and that is another awesome Spellbinders die set! Great ideas! Thanks for sharing! Hugs, Suzy Q

  2. Gena Krannig

    Oh Kathy, what a perfect card for your son! The pizza die is so cool and I can so relate to loving pizza! My hubby and I have pizza night once a week and his favorite is pepperoni. Your son will love this card and appreciate the sentiment behind it. The “memories” sentiment is so perfect! Thank you for sharing! Hugs!

  3. Ann

    Such a fun card, Kathy. Food. Yep, that’s a natural theme for a masculine card. Quick and easy, too. Have a super holiday.

  4. soozyb2013

    who doesn’t like pizza?! Love it Kathy, the card I mean, pizza is second. 🙂 Enjoy your Sunday.

  5. Martie Rollin

    I am always at loose ends trying to come up with designs for masculine cards. I need all the help I can get! This one looks delicious! Had to take a closer look at that die set…so many detail pieces! Creates a terrific slice of pizza! Well done!

  6. karenladd

    Kathy, you never cease to surprise me with the variety of styles and designs that you share. This pizza party card looks so realistic that now I crave some hot pizza! I had to go on over to the Spellbinders website to add that set to my wish list after seeing what you did with it. Your coloring skills really bring it to life and I know your son will just love it. The best part about handmade card-making is that you can really personalize each card to the recipient.

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