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November 10, 2010

Ice Cream Cone

Cold has not quite yet set in so there is still time to enjoy some cones ain't it?
Atleast these cones! can be had all through the seasons
Now! I had to play and test those Imagine cartridges didn't I? I did slowly climb up. Imagine is so nice for quick card. This is a test run .My son  has his birthday coming up soon - day after thanksgiving in fact so I am going to do a similar onebut  in green or blue for him.
Now almost everything was going well when I tried to use corner punches and it got caught and almost mangled the card!! So I improvised and cut out the corners.Too big a round for my zutter so had to use scissors.
The stickles is still wet and will only dry by late night or tomorrow.
Cartridge used is Imagine Yummy.pattern all cut from that.So easy to match the palette. And the lace is also paper pattern from Imagine - bonus section.
I also added some plastic beads which looked like sprinkles which I got from walmart for cheap long back.
Oh the cone! looks 3D doesn't it
I uses MS score board. Scored them and sanded - A tip - First score one way and sand and then another and sand. Else it will sand only on one set of lines.  The ice cream I had printed one composite image and one layered.
And to finish the 3D effect I added small foam dots only to the middle and then glue to just the ends so that they give a rounded effect.. Some doodles and pink stamper's stamp and well that's it and here are the pics


Linda Kaiser said...

I love this card and yet another great reason to use my MS scoreboard. Too clever! Now I want this Imagine cart too! Yikes!


TR said...

That looks good enough to eat!


Sheila aka SassyLady said...

How cute is that and I just got an MD scoreboare!!!! TFS

The Bug said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!! Hugs, Wini

flowerdisco said...

love how you made the cone with the embossing and sprinkles and the foam in the center. great idea that foam in the middle,)TFS! Hb to your boy...just a couple of days after mine, how cool is that?

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Pam, those plastic beads were perfect as sprinkles! How clever of you?! Loved it! TFS.

grammy deed said...

The ice cream looks so real, love it and no calories!!

sugarsherri said...

That is so adorable...love it


Karen said...

Wow, that ice cream cone looks good enough to eat! Great card!

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