Saturday, September 10, 2016

Life is Better...With Ice Cream!



Hi Friends!

Happy Saturday!  It is my turn to share on the ArtisticOutpost blog and I wanted to share this fun Mixed Media card with all of you as well!

I designed this card using the Ice Cream Shoppe stamp set from Artistic Outpost by Our Daily Bread Designs.


I wanted to play along with a few of my favorite online challenges so I incorporated the TGIF! #72 Sketch Challenge along with the Hand Stamped Sentiments HSS246 Color Challenge into the design.

I hope you have a chance to visit us at the Artistic Outpost blog as well as the other challenge galleries – wonderful inspiration from all!

To create this card:

Die cut and emboss the light blue piece of paper from the ODBD Boho Bolds Paper Pad with the ODBD Pierced Rectangles Dies and “distress” the die cut with ink using the Smakin’ Acetate Technique (I used a clear envelope, applied ink from water-based markers- Dapper Denim, Flirty Flamingo and Sweet Sugarplum, spritzed lightly with water, closed the acetate and” smooshed “ the ink around, re-opened and placed the white light blue die cut into the ink).

Once the ink dries, mount onto a piece of white cardstock, trim close to the edge and adhere to the black card base.

To create the center panel, use the same color markers as above for the Smakin’ Acetate technique with white cardstock.

Once the ink has dried, apply crackle texture paste with a circle stencil (allow the paste to dry), die cut and emboss the panel with the ODBD Pierced Rectangle Dies and mount onto a piece of black cardstock (die cut and embossed with the ODBD Double Stitched Rectangle Dies).

Add the 1” black satin ribbon strip (wrapping the ends of the ribbon behind the panel) and mount the panel onto the card front with dimensional foam.

 Die cut and emboss three circles from the ODBD Boho Bolds Paper Pad for the outer frame with the ODBD Pierced Circle Dies and die cut and emboss white cardstock with the ODBD Circles Dies for the inner circles.

Stamp the Ice Cream Shoppe cone images onto white cardstock with archival black ink, color with the same water-based markers used in the first few steps and apply shimmer with a clear glitter pen.

Fussy-cut the ice cream cone images, mount onto black cardstock and fussy-cut again.
Adhere the three circles to the card front, add the looped silver metallic thread and mount the ice cream cones with dimensional foam.

Finish off the card by stamping the sentiment from the Ice Cream Shoppe onto white cardstock with archival black ink, hand trimming the sentiment and mounting onto black cardstock and adding the sentiment to the card front along with a few silver sequins.  

I hope I have inspired you to pull out your stamps this weekend and have fun!! 

Thanks again for stopping by- Hugs and I hope you have a wonderful weekend, my friends!!


10 comments:

Elizabeth Price said...

What a super fun and yummy card! I think the addition of the loops of thread behind the ice cream cones creates such a fun and happy look. I love it all! I am glad you paired the color challenge at HSS with the sketch at TGIF!! Smiles, Elizabeth

Genevieve Valdes said...

What a yummy card! I love the backgrounds and the ice cream cones are perfect for our color challenge. Thanks for playing at Hand Stamped Sentiments.

Mercedes said...

Oh Wow Julie! Your card is uh-mazing! Thanks for linking up with this weeks TGIF Challenge!

Holly Stene said...

What a fantastic card Julie! I love the background on the white layer and the stitching around the rectangles! Very neat! So glad you linked up with us at TGIF with your yummy ice cream card!

Bibi Cameron said...

I also love this card. So much fun and love on it. X hugs From Scotland Bibi

Cathy Caines said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous - I love everything about this card. That ice cream just makes me run out and get some!!! Thanks for playing at TGIF!

Jenny Engelke said...

These colors are perfect for this yummy theme! This is just one "cool" card!!! Lol! Thanks for playing along with us at Hand Stamped Sentiments!

brrenwick said...

What a fun card! The ice cream reminds me of the crazy flavors my boys always want to get! Thanks for joining us at HHS!

inkypinkies said...

Wow, Julie! I love that adorable stamp set. And your ink smoosh background technique looks amazing! Perfect way to use the colors for the challenge! Thanks so much for playing at HSS! ~Erika

inkedx2 said...

Love the fact that you used our colors for ice cream. So clever! Thanks for playing with us at HSS.

Robbie

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