Sunday, May 31, 2015

We all scream for ice cream: Ice Cream Dream

Hello!

It's a new month and you know what that means! Stamp of the Month blog hop time!


If you're coming from Lauren's blog- you're heading in the right direction.  If you're just starting the hop here... that's ok too!  You should circle around and be able to see all the great artwork.

This month we are featuring this great summery set called "Ice Cream Dream". 
As always, our stamp of the month set is available for one month only June 1-30, 2015.  This set sells for $17.95, OR grab it for only $5 with a $50 purchase!





 
 
This month I paired the cute Confetti Wishes paper with this stamp set.
 
 
I opted to put part of the sentiment on the outside... and then on the inside I stamped " & that's the same kind of thing"
Because all of the CTMH stamps are clear, it's so easy to ink up only a portion of a stamp at a time.  Make sure you clean it THOROUGHLY before inking up the second portion and stamping it in another location. 
I stamped the ice cream sundae on the white cardstock square.  The ice cream cone was stamped on another scrap, colored, cut and stuck in place. 
I used a journaling pen to make a border around the square piece. 
 
Supply List:
 
Ice Cream dream stamp set
Shinhan Touch twin markers in the following colors:
 
I also added some white cardstock from my scrap bin.
 
New to alcohol markers?  Here is a great video by another consultant demonstrating how to color with our Shinhan markers.  Click here
 
Now head on over to Peachy Lamb's blog to see what she has created!
 

9 comments:

Haley D. said...

Cute!

papercraftingprincess said...

Love this!

Darlys said...

Great card, I love how Confetti goes with this stamp set.

sarahstone said...

Nice and simple! That paper is perfect for these stamps! And great coloring!

Lauren said...

Lovely bright card!

Jean McNulty said...

So cute!

Michelle Jones said...

Very sweet. ;)

Nikka Geers said...

Love how you partial stamped to make the part for the inside

Brenda Lapp said...

I love your card. I like how you masked the sentiment to put part inside your card.