Anything is Popsicle

Today I am sharing a card featuring some of the new digital stamps from Time for tea Designs. The two I used for this card are part of a collection called “Bonnies Giant Ice Cream” and will be released tomorrow, along with others, at 9pm GMT.

I took the sentiment from the collection and placed it inside the ice cream cone as I thought they would go well together to create the focal point of my card. I coloured them with copics on some Neenah solar white 80lb cardstock and I cut them out and adhered it them to some cardstock I had coloured lightly with Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide.

I then cut some paper from the Really Rainbow collection pack from Lawn Fawn (a favourite of mine!) down to 41/4 inches by 41/4 inches and then cut a circle out of it using the Simon Says Stamp stitched squares wafer dies. I used two more of the circle dies to make a smaller circle to go inside which I coloured using Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide ink.

After taping the two of these together on the back I added some black dashed lines to the outside of the paper on the front. I also cut the Smile Sentiment from Time for Tea Designs out of some black card stock and then white card stock and adhered them together. I took this and the Lawn Fawn paper and popped it up using foam tape to some 110 lb Neenah cardstock which I had coloured with Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide ink. To finish the card I added some black and green enamel dots.

I hope you enjoy this card and the new release!

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