Sunday, September 23, 2012

Ice cream...

Good morning and happy Sunday! I want to share a card I made last night for both the current Paper Smooches Sparks challenge and for Moxie Fab World's Gallon/Quart/Pint challenge.


and the inside:


Here are the colors for the Sparks challenge:


I used Paper Smooches Hullabaloo set for this card. I turned the cupcake into a triple scoop waffle cone! (More of a good thing is wonderful, right?! LOL!) This was also a great way to use up some more paper scraps - gotta love that! The green is my gallon; the pink is the quart; and the yellow is the pint.

Thanks for stopping by. If you haven't tried these challenges there is still time to get your entry in. As usual, I'm waiting until the last minute! Have a great day!

Chris ☺

Supplies:
Card stock: Kraft - Recollections; White - Bazzill Basics
DP: Echo Park (pink); HOTP (green); October Afternoon (yellow)
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Hullabaloo set
Ink: Tsukineko - Tuxedo Black
Markers: Marvy Uchida; Sakura - Gelly Roll pen
Ribbon from stash
Adhesive: MyStik and foam squares - Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Retro Sketches #28

10 comments:

  1. That's so cute, I love paper smooches stamps. Who wouldn't want a triple decker? Barb

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  2. My favorite size ice cream cones! How cute yours looks with the pastel PPs. Love the inside treatment too.

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  3. This looks good enough to eat, Chris! LOVE all those yummy patterns!

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  4. Hey Christine! Thanks for linking this up to the Gallon/Quart/Pint Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  5. OHHH! LOVE this---love that you decorated the inside too!! Def. looks good enough to eat:) Fab take on the color story:) THANKS for joining in the fun and playing along with us over at the Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge!!

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  6. Love this! Those little cupcakes are adorable and the inside is perfect. Great take on the challenge!

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  7. Soo cute!! Love the paper piecing-it makes perfect ice cream scoops!

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