Saturday, July 29, 2017

Two Scoops Ice Cream Stamped Background Card with Amy

Hello everyone! Amy here, and today I have a card that features one of my favorite layering stamp set, Two Scoops. This set is so much fun, easy to line up, and perfect for your summer projects.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Two Scoops Ice Cream Stamped Background Card by Amy Yang

To begin, I started by stamping an ice cream and a cherry on 110 Neenah white cardstock (I like to use heavy cardstocks when I know I'll be using a lot of Glossy Accents; it prevents the paper from warping) using dye inks. Next, I die cut the images with the coordinating dies and applied Star Dust Stickles and Glossy Accents on the cherry and the ice cream. To make it extra special, I added real sprinkles on top while the glossy accent was still wet to glue it down.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Two Scoops Ice Cream Stamped Background Card by Amy Yang

For the background panel, I randomly stamped the ice creams with the little drips using dye inks on 5-1/4"x 4" cardstock. I only stamped the first layers to keep the colors soft; I didn't want them to stand out next to the featured ice cream. I heat embossed the sentiment on trimmed vellum paper.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Two Scoops Ice Cream Stamped Background Card by Amy Yang

To assemble the elements together, I wrapped the vellum and twine around the background panel and adhered it with tape. Next, I added foam tape behind the background panel (making sure not to cover the twine), then adhered it to A2 size yellow pattern paper. Attached that to the top folding card base. Lastly, I adhered foam tape behind the cherry and the ice cream, and mounted it onto the top of the card.

Thank you for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day!

Sunny Studio Supplies Used:

Two Scoop Dies
Two Scoop Dies
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Two Scoop Stamps
Two Scoop Stamps
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4 comments:

  1. So very FUN! Love those sprinkles!

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  2. Ha ha..Made me smile ,its a 'sweet' card for sure :)

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  3. Hi Amy ~ I was wondering how you got the sprinkles to look so incredibly real!! Cute addition to that life-like ice cream. Thanks for sharing!
    #kindnessmatters

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    1. Hi Maggie! Thank you for your sweet comments. Amy says she used real candy sprinkles on her card. Such a clever idea! :)

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