Sunday, December 13, 2020

Sweet Ice-Cream Sunshine Stamp a long

I belong to the Sunshine Demonstrator group in Florida.  Yesterday I was part of a Stamp a long where we craft and create together! I presented on the ice-cream bundle that will be available Jan 5th 2021.

Here are my projects and recipes: I started by making 2 "triangle" cards.   DSP is Designer Series Paper or patterned paper.

DSP:  4 ½ x 4 ½

Foil:  4 ½ x 4 ½

Foil:  3 x 3

Take these 3 pieces of paper and cut diagonally into 2 triangles.  Put 1 of each triangle into a pile and then create the card with these 3 triangles.  Put the pattern paper over the foil leaving 1/8" of foil showing. Layer the triangles on the card. Add an embellishment such as an ice cream cone!

Some close up's of these cards. This is a flexible design and you can put any shape in the middle of the card.

And then we made a matching triangle box
Pattern Paper 3 x 6 
Fold in half so it's a 3 x 3, then score a line (or pinch and fold) from the top middle to the side, below is a diagram.

The diagram shows the score lines of the 3 x 6 paper.

Then I showed several other ice-cream projects, another triangle card with the new patterned paper and the new Sahara Sand foil.

A pop up card!
Front: DSP 5 1/4 x 4 and Bermuda Bay 5 3/8 x 4 1/8
Greeting is 1x3 with 10" of ribbon
Inside card is 1/16 smaller than your base and the pop up is made by scoring a "vee" at the top (1 1/4 down and 1 1/4" to each side of center).  Here's a link that shows you a diagram. Click here for the post with the diagram

These are "reminder" notes.  The tags are 2 x 3 and punched with the tag topper punch. I added an ice cream with sprinkles and ribbon. They are an easy thing to hand out when people ask for my contact details as I have my name blog stamped on the back.

This is a slider for a gift card.
Cardstock 5 1/2 wide x 3 1/2 long
Score at 2 1/4, 2 1/2, 4 3/4, 5
Burnish your folds
Punch a hole through both front, thread a ribbon through the front and the back, push the card in, pushing the ribbon down. Tie the ribbon in a knot or bow and add 2 x 3 1/4 of pattern paper.

I had fun stamping with a great group of demos! 
Don't hesitate to email me with questions
Happy Stamping, MaryKate

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