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I am in my third week as guest designer at Heart 2 Heart Challenges and the theme this week is Scream for Ice Cream, one of my favorite foods. I am glad Haley gave me the list of challenges at the beginning of the month because, having no ice creamy stamps or Cricut shapes, it took me a while to come up with my concept. This week's Freshly Made Sketch provided the perfect layout.
How did I make that cone? I started by punching a 2.5 inch circle and scoring it in a cross hatch pattern. Then I rolled it into a cone, pinched the sides to make a crease where it would stick out from the card, trimmed the excess from the back leaving enough of a tab to glue it to the background. Before attaching it I trimmed the top to make it a little less round. The "ice cream" is Colonial White Rosette Ribbon that I cut into separate rosettes and attached with liquid glass. That was when I spotted a problem. The "ice cream" was blending too much with the background thanks to two areas of Colonial White, so I carefully pieced in some color cut from scraps to help it show.
What do I want the recipient of this card to have a day full off?
I put a few slivers cut from scraps to make the holes in the letters green. By the way, this is one of those papers that has some colors unique to it, but I found Juniper ink was a close match for stamping. As I said in the beginning, this card is for the Heart 2 Heart challenge to scream for ice cream. Now hop on over to see more yummy ice cream. Thank you for stopping by! Until next time, Hansi
Materials used, all from Close to My Heart unless otherwise noted:
Paper: Surf's Up, Clementine, Saddle and Colonial White cardstock
Stamps: one of the sets that come with the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge
Embellishments: Brown Opaques, Colonial White Rosette Ribbon
Other: Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge