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What’s the scoop?


Monica here today sharing a card using the layering ice cream stamps and dies. Our theme this month dies so don’t forget to use a die on your card before linking it up for your chance to win. Also we’ve added some of the new color layering stamps from Hero Arts to the store.

whats the scoop

I stamped my ice cream and cone then die cut them. I decided to use the cone stamp again to make a banner in the corner, so it was more like a party. Then popped the ice cream cone on the card with foam tape. I had decided to use the sentiment form the beginning. While making it I decided I wanted to try making a vanilla/ chocolate swirl ice cream. Not thinking I still stamped the planned sentiment! I didn’t dawn on me that I should’ve changed the sentiment until I was editing the photo! Gah!!! Silly me. 😉

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 Monica Badge


Hero Arts- CL963 and DI185

Misc- cardstock, distress ink and foam tape

3 thoughts on “What’s the scoop?

  1. Such a cute card and I’ve how you used the cone to make the banner!

  2. I love the sentiment. It still goes with the swirl because I KNOW you’re going to give me the scoop inside the card. Love how that ice cream turned out.

    Fantastic card. I had not seen this stamp before and love that you shared it.

  3. Cute, so clever to use the cone stamp to make the banner!!

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