Elf Ice Cream Card
Copic, Ice Cream, masculine cards, Spectrum Sparkle Pens, Stamps of Life

Ice Cream Elf

Elf Ice Cream Card

Hello!

Here is the third card that I made for the Stamps of Life Fan Club Facebook group weekly challenge “ice cream.” For this card, I wanted to use a stamp set that wouldn’t normally be used for an ice cream card. This time, I used the Elves2Stamp stamp.  I stamped the image on Crafter’s Companion Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth cardstock and colored with my alcohol markers and then die cut it with the matching Elves2Stamp die.

The miniature ice cream cones are from the IceCream2Stamp and were stamped onto the same cardstock and colored with Spectrum Sparkle markers. To get the double scoop of ice cream on the cones in the elf’s hand, I stamped the cone image a few times and fussy cut only the ice cream portion of the stamp two times and then layered the ice cream scoops on top of each other. Since the elf’s hands can open, I placed two ice cream cones in his hands.

Elf Ice Cream Card

The card base was die cut with the Sizzix Framelits Flip-Its by Stephanie Barnard (660714) using Banana cardstock. The patterned paper is from the Hello Friend Collection. The sentiment “for someone sweet” is also from the same patterned paper pad. The blue polka dot paper in the center was cut with a stitched rectangle die.

Elf Ice Cream Card

The Happy Birthday sentiment in the inside of the card is a stamp from the Foxes2Stamp stamp set. The “Calories don’t count on holidays” is from a stamp set from the BananaSplit2Stamp stamp set.

Ice Cream Challenge Elf Card

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Supplies Used:

Elves2Stamp 
Elves2Stamp Dies
Crafters Companion Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth Premium Cardstock
Sizzix Framelits Flip-Its (660714)
IceCreamTruck2Stamp
IceCream2TruckStamp Dies
Banana Cardstock
Hello Friend Patterned Paper Pad
Stitched Rectangle Dies
BananaSplit2Stamp (Sentiment on inside)
Foxes2Stamp (Happy Birthday sentiment on inside)

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Happy Crafting!

Lisa