Join me for Ice Cream …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

There is nothing better than sprinkles on ice cream or inside your “Shaker Cards” … and that is what I have for you today along with several other Ice Cream cards that highlight the Ice Cream Corner Designer Series paper. This tasty treat of a designer paper will be disappearing as fast as ice cream at my house! Let’s begin with our Shaker card …

The background is from the Ice Cream Corner Designer Paper … I picked the sprinkle design. I cut my window out of the Bermuda Bay using the Rectangle Layered Dies, and then attached the window sheet to the back. Once the window sheet is attached I used the Adhesive Strips to create the height needed for the “shaker”.

You have the greeting stamped … I used the “Happy Birthday” from the bundle and then sprinkled my “Ice Cream Corner Sprinkles” onto the greeting and laid the window sheet assembly on top. With a little adhesive, I attached the “shaker” to the card.

I punched out the Ice Cream and the Cone from the Designer paper!! It was designed to make creating your cones easier!! It also works for quick and easy backgrounds …

I love using designer paper for backgrounds, especially when they are so cute!! All I had to do for this card was add a greeting!! I also used some of the cute sprinkles from the shaker card and the Polka Dot Tulle (sold out) because of the dots … it all coordinates so nicely!!

Let’s look at a few more cards made with different patterns from the Ice Cream Corner Designer Series paper …

The one in the back has the same as our last card but the greeting makes it look so different. On the card in front … I used the Popsicle paper … too cute, and the Opal Rounds were colored to coordinate with the flavor!! lol The pretty ribbon that is embellishing both cards is also on the retiring list 😦

Thanks much for hanging out with me today, I hope you have a good one!

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Birthday Shaker Card …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

There is nothing better than sprinkles on ice cream or inside your “Shaker Card” … and that is what I have for you today! The Shaker card was a hit at my house, my grandkids like to pick out the cards I should send them … lol!! I like to surprise them ❤

I used the Ice Cream Corner Designer paper as my background and to punch out my Ice Cream Cone …

The background is from the Ice Cream Corner Designer Paper … I picked the sprinkle design. I cut my window out of the Bermuda Bay using the Rectangle Layered Dies, and then attached the window sheet to the back. Once the window sheet is attached I used the Adhesive Strips to create the height needed for the “shaker”.

You have the greeting stamped … I used the “Happy Birthday” from the bundle and then sprinkled my “Ice Cream Corner Sprinkles” onto the greeting and laid the window sheet assembly on top. With a little adhesive, I attached the “shaker” to the card.

I punched out the Ice Cream and the Cone from the Designer paper!! It was designed to make creating your cones easier!! I attached it directly to the “shaker”…

Easy to see why this fun shaker card was a hit!! And another sample for you made with the Sweet Ice Cream bundle!

Thanks much for hanging out with me today, I hope you have a good one!

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you

Simply Sunday: Christmas Around the World

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I have a special card I would like to share with you. This card was created during my “Countdown to Christmas” virtual party during my “Stamp with Me” session yesterday. What a wonderful collaboration it was! Here is what we came up with ….

We were using the “Trimming the Town” Suite … They chose the base color of Misty Moonlight, which house we were going to use, how many trees and which of the two colors from the “All the Trimmings” ribbon we were going to use.

I chose the designer paper with Christmas greetings is the different languages because 2020 has been a year like no other… and we all went through this together. For some this pandemic and election has divided us but my WISH for Christmas is to realize life is short, don’t sweat the small stuff, and make it all small stuff … it’s time to gather our hearts together.

We used the Snow Globe dies and Shaker Domes to create our ornament on the card. The house and tree were cut out using the Home Together Dies from the Trimming the Town product suite. A dash of glittery snow was added and our card was complete!

They are so cute and super easy to make … they could also be made into gift tags to add to your presents!!

Thank you for joining me today, I hope your Sunday is Simply beautiful.

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ♥