Sometimes, when I see a new release die template from Spellbinders™ Paper Arts, my mind is full of possibilities. That's what happened when I received the new release S4-275 Nested Ice Cream Cones. Here is what I came up with!
Isn't he cute? I thought so, too! By turning the ice cream portion of the die upside down, it makes a perfect face shape. I added Orange Flower Soft for some hair. Then I cut the Cone out of some Cosmo Cricket patterned paper and added some more Orange Flower Soft at the top. I used some googly eyes I got from Wal-mart and used chalk to make his cheeks. I just cut a little strip of cardstock for his mouth and I used a hand-held hole punch to make his nose. He is mounted onto a new Labels 11 Nestabilities™ and a S5-019 Labels 8 cut from more patterned paper. The pink layer is embossed using the Circles Impressabilities™. Along the bottom, I used the Classic Scalloped Borderabilitie® Petite and a Ribbon Tag for the Birthday sentiment.
I had so much fun making this card. This was my entry for the Spellbinders™ Paper Arts 2010 Design Team. I am so honored to have made the Top 24! Wow, there are some seriously talented paper crafters on this list and I am kinda nervous. Say a prayer for me and you could send me some creative mojo while your at it! LOL
Tomorrow I will have some samples to show you from the Copic Marker class I am teaching today at Red Lead Paperworks. Have a great day!
- Accessories - Nested Ice Cream Cones, Labels 8, Labels 11, Circles Impressabilities™, Ribbon Tag Trio, Classic Scalloped Borderabilities™ Petite, Wizard ™(Spellbinders™ Paper Arts), ribbon, googly eyes, chalk pastels, Orange Flower Soft & Flower Soft Glue
- Cardstock - Kraft & Pure Luxury Pure Ivory (Gina K. Designs); Cosmo Cricket Girl Friday collection; Pink pirouette, Rose Red (Stampin' Up!)
- Ink - Rose Red classic ink pad (Stampin' Up!);
- Stamps - Gina K. Designs