Wednesday, 3 March 2021

Ice Cream Corner



Hello and welcome. It is time for another Freshly Brewed Projects. Our theme this week is the Ice Cream Corner Bundle. What a great product suite for summer. It has been so so humid in Brisbane, I think I have probably had as many ice creams as you count on the patterned papers.


If you are an ice cream lover or know someone who is, this product suite will sure to please. It is great for kids cards as well as fun loving adults. I even plan on making some scrap pages using it as I have quite a few pics of holiday ice cream treats. But for today, I decided to make a bright and cheerful birthday card.


This card is actually really easy to make. This is how you make it. 

Start with a piece of A4 So Saffron card stock. Cut in half long ways to make two strips of card stock measuring 4 1/8" x 11 3/4". This will give you two card bases. Fold one in half so make your card.
Cut a piece of the designer series paper to measure 4" x 5 3/4". Glue this to the card front.
Using the Stitched So Sweetly Dies, cut out the shape I have on the card from Basic White card stock.
Using So Saffron ink, stamp the top of the popsicle onto the die cut piece.
Using Calypso Coral ink, stamp the bottom part of the popsicle. Don't worry if they don't line up properly, mine didn't.
Using Crumb Cake ink, stamp the popsicle stick and then the woodgrain detail on the stick.
Put some Tear & Tape on the card front where the die cut piece will cover it. 
Cut a length of ribbon and stick it to the Tear & Tape, making two curves like on the sample.
Attach the stamped die cut piece to the card front using dimensionals.
Using Calypso Coral ink, stamp the Happy Birthday onto some scrap white card stock. Using Paper Snips, cut around the words. Attach the sentiment to the card front using dimensionals. If your two popsicle halves are out of alignment a little, use the sentiment to cover it, just like I did.
Using So Saffron ink, stamp the Hope It's Sweet sentiment onto scrap white card stock and then cut it into a thin strip. Attach to the card front using dimensionals.


Now that you have seen my creation, it is time to see what everyone else has made.

      Leonie Schroder  

      Narelle Fasulo

      Michele Miller

      Pam Jorgensen

      Jeanne Moss



You can purchase all the supplies I have used in my online store below, or by using any of my other ordering methods.








Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle



6 comments:

  1. Very pretty, as is all your work!

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  2. Narelle, your card is perfect for out current Brisbane weather - hot and humid! If we each enjoy all those ice blocks, we will get a brain freeze.

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  3. I love how you used the label die for your focal point. Cute!!!

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