Isn’t the Sprinkles of Life stamp set simple gorgeous. I have had fun playing with this stamp set since I got my pre-order. I also really love the beautiful new paper stack, Cherry on Top. The paper stacks in the new catalogue are now 6″ x 6″ which is an easier size to use both in cardmaking and scrapbooking. This is another card we have used in a recent class.
I punched a narrow strip of Watermelon Wonder card using the Hearts Border Punch and attached it behind one long edge of a piece of the Cherry on Top Designer Series Paper. This piece is attached to the bottom of Whisper White card and then to scored and folded Smoky Slate card. I stamped the “ice-cream cone” onto Whisper White card using Delightful Dijon ink and attached it to Smoky Slate card. I stamped the “ice-cream” image onto Cucumber Crush card using Cucumber Crush ink, Watermelon Wonder card using Watermelon Wonder ink and Mint Macaron card using Mint Macaron ink. The images are punched out using the Tree Builder Punch. I attached these images to the top of the “ice-cream cone”. The top two images have a half a dimensional under the bottom of the image to give them a little lift. I punched Watermelon Wonder card using the Cupcake Builder Punch to create the little cherry for the top of the “ice-cream”. The image panel is attached to the card front using dimensionals. I stamped “happy birthday wishes” from the Petite Pairs stamp set onto Whisper White card and punched it out using the Oval Punch. I attached the greeting to a Watermelon Wonder Scalloped Oval and then the card front using dimensionals to position it slightly over the image panel. Inside the card I simply added a strip of Watermelon Wonder card behind one long edge of a piece of the Cherry on Top Designer Series Paper before attached it to the bottom of Whisper White card.
Now doesn’t that make you want to buy this gorgeous stamp set and as an added bonus you will be supporting the Ronald McDonald House Charities. You know I love receiving feedback, so please leave me a comment.
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