My youngest daughter is an amazing baker, not by trade, she does it for pleasure. Her best makes are cakes, pastries and tray bakes. They are always really delicious. She makes celebration cakes for all the family when it’s their birthday as well as baking for colleagues at work to brighten their days. I’ve made many cards over the years for her birthdays but not a baking themed one so that’s what I chose to do this time. Making cards for family members always means a special card, even if it’s not a milestone birthday, they’ve kind of come to expect it these days. If you’ve seen my recent posts you’ll probably realise that I’m really enjoying making pop up cards lately, inspired by the fabulous Sam Calcott though not using the dies. They really make an impact and look great on the mantlepiece. For this card I used digital stamps which were free as a premium member of Craftworld. I did actually have the physical stamps too from a free give a while back with Creative Stamping magazine. The digital stamps can be resized to suit your project and in this case I enlarged pretty much all of them before colouring with Prism Brush markers and then fussy cutting them out.