Thursday, 5 February 2015

Anyone For Ice Cream??

Hello.  Welcome.  Hope you aren't having too much weather.  We have had some lovely sunny cold days and I managed to take some time today to sit in the sun.  The temperature got up to a balmy 0°C.  Time for ice cream me thinks......

Yummy.  I've used stamps from STAMPlorations sugar rush set.  I coloured with sharpies and added wink of stella.  Then I used glossy accents over the sundae glass.

I used the STAMPlorations sketch and papers from Basic Grey Serenade.  I cut the wiggly border using Fiskars leaves border punch and the little white flowers were negative cuts from Fiskars flowers border punch

Joining the fun at
STAMPlorations Sketch Challenge 27
STAMPlorations Anything Goes Challenge
Speedy Fox and Friends Challenge 247 - Use More Than 1 Border Punch
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz


  1. What a sweet image and card! Thank you for sharing with us at MFP SF&F Challenge.

  2. This is a gorgeous card Gail!

  3. Looks so yummy!
    Thanks for joining us this week at MFP SF&F challenge

  4. I absolutely adore this! It's vintage and scrappy and you've done a great job using the STAMPlorations sketch! I really like all the different textural elements you've added to make the sundae pop!

  5. I like the left edge of this lovely card Thanks for sharing at SFF MFP ......border challenge................Lis

  6. Ice cream sundae, yum, why wait til summer!
    A great take on the sketch, thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations this time and good luck. :)

  7. This made me laugh, Gail--not because it is funny, but because we have so much snow outside that it is hard to think of ice cream!! But, I do like you art!

  8. I just have one word for you... YUMMY!


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