Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Cool Ice Cream Cone Builder...

Do you love the Ice Cream Cone Builder Punch as much as I do?!  I just think it's the cutest and sweetest little thing.  (Which is fun, because the stamp set that coordinates is called Sweet Ice Cream.  Hee.) So here is a card I made a few weeks ago that I've been staring at for awhile.  Hee.

ColorsWhisper White, Purple Posy, Magenta Madness, Gorgeous Grape, Basic Black, Gold
Inks: Purple Posy, Magenta Madness, Gorgeous Grape, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede, VersaMark
Cardstock/Papers: Purple Posy, Whisper White, Basic Black
Stamps: Sweet Ice Cream
Tools: Ice Cream Cone Builder Punch, Triple Banner Punch, Dainty Diamonds
Accessories: White Stampin' Emboss Powder, Woven Threads Sequins Assortment, Snail Mail Twine Combo Pack, Square Vellum Doilies

Let me point out some details...starting with the background.  First...I took a piece of Purple Posy cardstock (cut to 3 3/4" x 5") and stamped the "treat yourself" greeting multiple times.  I stamped it twice before I re-inked it...to give it that variation of color. Then I embossed it, and sponged it...to add some texture.

Another fun thing is the doily on this card.  These are the Square Vellum Doilies...yet it's round?!  What?!  Hee.  All I did was just cut off the corners to get the round shape...

I think it is such a fun and versatile shape...so use these doilies as a square or quickly and easily make them a circular shape...either way is so much fun!

These sweet treats add so much texture all on their own.  I love the detail the stamps give.  The popsicle...there are two layered stamps that you can use to get a variation in color.  But for this one, I just stamped one, and then watercolored the area.  Just wanted to see what it looked like.  

Hope you enjoy this card!  Let me know if you have any questions and know that I would love to help you however I can with all your papercrafting needs!  

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