I had the pleasure of co-hosting a Birthday Bash Stamp Camp with my sideline, the amazing Jane Stull! We had three different sessions and the ladies made an array of projects with the Ice Cream Corner Suite. As part of their goodies, they received the Sweet Ice Cream stamp set and the coordinating Ice Cream Cone Builder punch. So let’s take a tour of the projects they made up close-
The first project was this set of four notecards to give as a gift in this adorable box. We used our Notecards and Envelopes along with the new incredible Blending Brushes to create the four monochromatic cards. The box to hold them is made from one sheet of Cinnamon Cider cardstock and decorated with some stamps from the Punch Party host set from Sale-a-Bration.
This card is the coolest sliding lock card! It is a CASE’d project that made for a fun new card idea for our ladies. That cute ice cream cone slides to the left to unlock the card.
The next card is also a CASE’d card and is so FUN!! It is a shaker card using one of our Clear Envelopes and some of the Ice Cream Corner Sprinkles inside. The fun colors of the popsicles make it really pop!
This card is an older idea, but still such a fun one to make and give. It has been called a Pull-Up card, and I have also heard it called a Trophy Card. Either way, it uses the masking technique to create the multi-scoop ice cream cone and in the softer tones of Flirty Flamingo, Mint Macaron, and Crumb Cake, it is sure to please the recipient.
The Double Z fold card is also always a hit! This is another CASE’d idea that really features the stamps and punch beautifully!
Need a gift card holder?? This box is an adorable option! More than a card, the receiver opens it to find a happy reason to go shopping….”with sprinkles on top”!
This is another idea for a gift card holder with this suite. It is also a CASE with some minor changes. I love the secret message that is revealed when the card is removed!
A crowd favorite, this gift bag is so incredibly fun to make!! Originally designed by Ronda Wade, it uses two pieces of DSP and a few pieces of additional cardstock. The card is made from a 4″ strip cut off of one of the pieces and the coordinating strip on the front is the final piece of the DSP. This is a great way to use up a stash of 12×12 papers!!!
This last project was inspired by the DSP itself. I am proud to say that I created it all on my own! It is a holder for a cupcake in a cone. Since the weather is a little cold for real ice cream, I remembered an idea from my baking business days and put cupcake batter into ice cream cones and baked them. Add some icing and sprinkles and it is a fun treat for the little ones to enjoy with no paper liners to throw away. The decorations on the front are from the Oval Occasions Stamp Set and coordinating Double Oval punch bundle.
I hope you have enjoyed looking at all these fun projects! In the spirit of sharing, I am including the document with all our measurements and templates in case you want to make some of these for yourself. Just click on the link below for the pdf.
Thanks and Rubber Hugs,