Ice Cream Birthday Card – Clear Card

Ice Cream Birthday CardWith the temps here climbing into the 100 degree range, a cool refreshing ice cream cone just tastes so darn good!  The trick is to eat it before it can melt. LOL  My freezer is stocked with the basics, vanilla and chocolate.  A couple of different containers of sprinkles and we are set for the summer. Yum

When I saw this stamp set on I just knew I have to have it.  I already have several different cards I want to use this set with.  And I have a cute little mini-album I want to start.

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Ice Cream Birthday Card – Clear Card Materials Used:

    • GP Image Plus+ Cardstock (from Amazon – Click HERE for link)
    • Stampin Up Designer Paper
    • Clear Acrylic Sheets 12×12 (from Amazon – Click HERE for link)
    • Hero Arts Color Layering Ice Cream stamp set
    • Opal Sequins
    • Tombow Stamp Runner Adhesive
    • Glue Dots

Ice Cream Birthday Card – Clear Card Directions:

White cardstock – Cut a piece 6 1/2 x 4 1/4.  Score at 1 inch.  Fold at the score line.

Clear acrylic – Cut a piece 5 1/2 x 4 1/4.  Adhere to the top the the 1 inch flap of the white cardstock.

Cut 2 pieces of coordinating designer paper  1 x 4 1/4 inches and adhere to the front 1 inch flap and the other piece to the inside of the 1 inch top flaps.

From the same paper cut 2 pieces 4 1/4  x 1/2 inches to adhere to the bottom of the acrylic sheet on the front and on the inside.

Stamp your ice cream in the colors of your choice.

Stamp the sentiment of your choice on the inside of the card.

I added a couple of Rhinestones around the sentiment on the inside of the card.

Ice Cream Birthday CardDo you want some more ideas for clear cards?  Check out these links to other posts we have featuring this technique.

I hope you enjoyed this card.  Have a great day and happy crafting.

The Sisters

Here are the links to the items I used in making this card.






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