Learn the FUNDAMENTALS of Using Rubber Stamps....Paper....and...Ink to create UNIQUE CARDS, GIFT ITEMS and MINI PHOTO ALBUMS

Friday, August 31, 2012

Would You Like 1 Scoop or 5 ?

We ALL SCREAM for ICE CREAM
How's this for S T R E T C H I N G the size of your ice cream cone? It was easy to do ....
1. Create your card base (see beginner basics) with Tempting Turquoise card   
     stock. 
2. Make a Whisper white card stock layer with TOP NOTE DIE and the BIG 
    SHOT MACHINE.
3. Cut a Pink Piroutte card stock layer that is 1" x 3 3/4". Apply to white layer 
    and trim off around the curved areas.
4. Stamp the sentiment Wish Big in Melon Mambo ink on white card stock and 
   punch out with a 3/4" circle punch. Layer that on top of a Pretty in Pink and a 
    Crumb Cake panel that are punched out using the Small Oval Punch.
5. To make the ice cream cone use the Pennant Parade stamp set for the cone 
   base. Stamp Crumb Cake Ink on Crumb Cake paper and punch out using the 
   Pennant Builder punch.
6. Each of the ice cream layers are made with the CUPCAKE BUILDER punch.
   Card stock colors are Pool Party, Pretty in Pink and Daffodil Delight and    
   topped with a cherry of Melon Mambo.
7. Sparkle up your ice cream layers by squeezing liquid DAZZLING DETAILS on 
    the tops.


Stamp Sets....Pennant Parade #122742
Paper....Tempting Turquoise #102067, Whisper White 100730, Pink Pirouette 
           #111351, Crumb Cake #120953, Pool Party #122924, Pretty in Pink 
           #100459, Daffodil Delight #119683 , Melon Mambo #115320 
Ink....Melon Mambo #126948
Tools....Punches, Petite Pennants Builder #122361 , Cupcake Builder #121807 , 
           Tope Note Bigz #113463 , Big Shot #113439 
Finishing Touch.....Dazzling Details #124117 , Stampin' Dimensionals #104430 


1 comment:

  1. Great way to use that cupcake punch.....love the sparkle too

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