Make three cards, including a shaker card, with this delicious "Sweet Suite" of products. Catch a tip for using the coordinating punch too! I made these cards on a Facebook live as part of the January -June 2021 Mini -Catalog launch. You can watch the video by clicking below.
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Here are the measurements and instructions for the three cards made with the Ice Cream Corner Suite
1.Single Cone Happy Birthday Card
Blackberry Bliss Card Base: 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", score at 4 1/4" and fold in half.
Ice Cream Cone Patterned paper 3 1/4" x 4"
Striped Paper 2" x 4"
Cone patterned paper 3/4" x 4"
Second Largest Stitched shape circle
White scrap for ice cream and cone, stitched circle
(and 2nd piece to Make template with punch)
White 1 1/8" x 3 1/4" for sentiment
Pear Pizzaz, Cinnamon Cider, Blackberry bliss inks
Adhere the ice cream cone paper to the top half of the front of your card base and then adhere the striped paper to the bottom. Layer the "cone" crosshatched paper across the seam.
As shown in the video, create a template for your ice cream and cone punch. Using the template, stamp the ice cream in pear pizzaz ink after stamping off once. Then stamp the sprinkles in Pear Pizzaz as well. Stamp the cone with Cinnamon Cider ink and then add the cross hatching. Punch these out.
Using dimensionals, adhere to the stitched shape circle die cut from the white scrap. Adhere the circle to the front of the card.
Stamp Happy Birthday in Blackberry Bliss ink on the white piece and adhere to the bottom of the card.
2. Melt My Heart Card
Blackberry Bliss card base: 4 1/4" x 11", scored at 5 1/2"
Blackberry Bliss Striped paper 4" x 3 3/4"
Ice Cream cone paper 2 1/2" x 5"
Basic White Stitched Shape Circle (2nd smallest)
Pear Pizzaz mat for Ice Cream cone paper 2 3/4" x 5 1/4"
Blackberry Bliss Striped Ribbon, 2 pieces about 6" and 4 1/2"
Blackberry bliss ink
To assemble, fold your card base in half. Center the blackberry bliss striped paper in "portrait" orientation on the card front. Adhere the ice cream cone paper to the pear pizzaz mat and wrap the longer piece of ribbon around the mat, taping on the back. Then adhere this to center on the front of the card. Tie the smaller piece of ribbon around the ribbon on the front of the card. Die cut the stitched shape circle and stamp "You melt my heart" in blackberry bliss ink on it. Use dimensionals to add it to the front of the card.
3. Ice Cream Shaker Card
Pear Pizzaz Card base: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", score at 4 1/4"
Soft Serve Ice Cream paper 5 1/4" x 4"
Sprinkles paper 3/4" x 4"
Old Olive scrap and white scrap to fit Story Label punch
Blackberry Bliss ribbon
Story Label Punch
Ice Cream Corner Sprinkles
In Color Enamel Dots
Pool Party Ink
To assemble, fold your card base in half. Insert the "soft serve" ice cream paper into the clear envelope and make sure it is tucked securely in the lower left hand corner. Add some ice cream corner sprinkles. WATCH THE VIDEO FOR MANY TIPS TO MAKE THE CLEAR ENVELOPE FIT SNUGLY! Fold over the extra part of the clear envelope- onto the back and use tear and tape to keep it in place. Do the same with the end that opens. Then use tear and tape to attach to the card front. Tie the Blackberry Bliss ribbon in a bow around the small strip of Sprinkles paper. Then adhere to the card front. Stamp your greeting (from the Happy Thoughts stamp set) in pool party ink and punch with the story label punch. Punch a second label from Pear Pizzaz card stock and layer behind it. Adhere it to the Sprinkles strip with dimensionals.
I hope you enjoy these three cards! The Ice Cream Corner Suite is so versatile! There's so much you can use it for! Birthdays, Valentine's, Thank you! You'll reach for these stamps and this paper again and again!
Here are supplies I used to make these cards:
Lorraine is an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator who loves to cut paper (really, it's true), create cards, and help others to discover how much happiness comes from making cards and sending them!
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