Sweet Summer Card

This card was created recently for our first samples call from Dreamweaver Stencils. I thought the timing was perfect for this one! The Ice-cream Cone stencil was run through my Big Shot to emboss the image. I replaced the stencil over the top and added shading and detail to the cones using chalks. Then I applied the embossing paste over the ice cream portions, but instead of smoothing the surface, I left it fluffy. Who wants flat ice-cream? When it was dry, I sponged Brilliance inks over the fluffy surface and applied glitter. The sentiment at the bottom was embossing pasted and sponged with the same Brilliance colors when dry. Don't you want a nice big bowl of frosty ice-cream right now? Mmmmm. Hope all of you are having a wonderful summer so far!
Pam


"Ice Cream Cones" stencil from Dreamweaver (LM183)
"Summer" stencil from Dreamweaver (LM294)
Embossing Paste from Dreamweaver (DEP)
Multi Ultra-Fine Crystal Glitter from Stampendous (GM220U)
decorating chalks
Pearlescent Lime, Pearlescent Orchid, and Coffee Bean Brilliance inks from Tsukineko
Bazzill Limeade cardstock
Canson cardstock
white cardstock
print unknown
Big Shot
ribbon, Zots

Comments

Laura Drahozal said…
LOVE this, Pam! i was just checking everyone's out before I sent my samples in--and, well, I just love it. Now I am thinking I might need to do a little more work tonight....
Scrappychick said…
Love the shimmery fluffy ice cream! I'll have to try brilliance on my paste...copics work too, tried those yet?

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