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Little Prince Blog Hop – Create your own Custom Cake Plates!

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Hey gang!  Welcome to Day Three of the Little Prince Blog Hop – thanks so much for stopping by!

If you missed the first two days you will want to go back and take a peek – EVERY SINGLE STOP on this three-day hop is giving away a prize!  Check out Day One here and Day Two here – you have until midnight April 5th to enter.  Good luck!

I love to create my own party decorations – but it can be hard (and expensive) to find themed decorations.  Why not make your own?  Today I’ve got a quick tutorial for you on how to create your own custom cake plate.

Little Prince Blog Hop – Create your own Custom Cake Plates - Kingston Crafts

Xyron Creatopia with Permanent Adhesive
One sheet 12×12 patterned paper
One cardboard cake circle (you can use any size up to 12″ – I used a 10″ circle)
Coordinating buttons
Xyron High Tack Adhesive Dots (these won’t be available until June – sneak peek for you!!!)
Craft knife and self-healing mat

Xyron Creatopia with scrapbook paper and buttons

Set your patterned paper face down on your work surface, then run your cake circle upside down through the Creatopia.

cake plate being run throught Xyron Creatopia

Peel off top film, then peel the cake circle from the backing and place adhesive side down on your paper (remember – your paper is face down on your work area). Use a craft knife to cut all the way around the cake circle, then sand edges to smooth.

hand tracing around circle onto scrapbooking paper
hand sanding around cake plate

Use your Adhesive Dots to apply buttons around the outside edge of the cake plate.  Tip: I only put buttons about halfway around before I put the cake on the plate – just in case!  🙂

cake plate with rainbow button edge

Place your cake in the center of the plate, add the remaining buttons – and you have your own custom cake plate in just a few minutes!

5 year old child's rainbow birthday cake

Are you wishing you had a piece of this cake?  Can you just taste the sweet fluffy frosting?  Well…I’m going to let you in on a little secret.  I was dreading this photo shoot because I KNEW if we brought a cake in to the house we would eat it and I am trying VERY hard to eat healthier.  I shouldn’t have worried. If you look very carefully at the above photo you may notice that the frosting at the top of the cake doesn’t go all the way around.  This is why.

dog wearing funny sign

Our mastidane puppy – Bizzy – is NOTORIOUS for eating things off the table when we aren’t looking.  We tried to shame her by posting this photo on Facebook after my husband’s last birthday – but it apparently didn’t phase her because I had everything all set up for this photo shoot, turned my back for less than 30 seconds and…

cake with bite missing

Clearly she loves cake even more than I do.  Gotta love her!

As a thank you for coming by I’m giving away a great prize pack of Xyron goodies – including a roll of the Xyron High Tack Adhesive Dots!  You’ll be the first to try them! I’m also including an Adhesive Eraser, Tape Runner, Glue Stick for Corners and Magnet Tape. A whole box of craftiness!  To enter simply leave a comment here on the blog.  You have until April 5th to enter – I’ll announce the winner on my Facebook Page on April 6th.  Someone is going to be very happy!

Please stop by and visit the other Day Three bloggers (complete list is below) – next stop is the SUPER talented Irit Shalom.  You are going to love her altered frame!

Happy Hopping everybody!

starts at:

Beth Kingston – that’s me!  🙂

Irit Shalom

Jillian Shelton

Madison Womack

Karen Ladd

Elizabeth Mindemann –

Liz Matsko –

Rani Childs –


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