My daughter turns 7 yeas old in a few weeks and she really wants a cooking party! I borrowed a friend's From My Kitchen cartridge and cut out the oven. (Isn't it cute?) I cut out the rounded corner square card from Celebrations. I first cut the square card on white card stock at 8.5 inches. I then cut the shadow of the oven and the shadow of the oven door in evergreen green cardstock. I bought them in a package of 5 pieces of cardstock at a paper store without any manufacturer's info. I then cut the layer of the door and the extra accents in a muted red. My favorite piece of all is the actual oven done in this really cool paisley paper. It's actually wrapping paper! :) (No manufacturer again!) I cut all the oven pieces at 4 inches. When I assembled this all together, I turned the card so that the seam is on the bottom and it opens from the top, just like an oven door!
Now, it looks cute, but I had to add some sparkles! I used 5mm silver Nailheads (Metal Stickers from Mark Richards) for the knobs and silver Stickles for the oven door handle. The Nailheads were a pain! I had to trim around each of them with tiny scissors because the adhesive was laid down in a strip and then the nailheads were stuck on. So when you pulled off a nailhead, off came extra adhesive that showed around the nailhead! YUCK! (This is something that should be addressed in manufacturing, IMO!)
Inside I adhered a little piece of white paper that says "Let's Cook Something Up For Maddie's 7th Birthday!" I picked a red font color that matched the red accent in the oven. It looks really cute. Hope you like it! If you have any questions, be sure to ask!