Monday, 23 March 2015

Stamplorations Inspiration - What's The Scoop?


Ice cream sundae, anyone?  For today's STAMPlorations inspiration card, I've used the Sugar Rush set.


I stamped the sundae on spare card, coloured it in and cut it out without leaving any border.  My background was made by inking a harlequin stencil with Distress Inks, spritzing and pressing onto card to get a print.  I stamped the splatter bar from the Vignette: Holiday Artsy set in black ink to ground the image, then added the sentiment underneath.

If you fancy CASEing this card, or any of the cards by the design team, feel free to enter it into the Inspiration CASE playground, and if you use STAMPlorations stamps, enter it into the ongoing Anything Goes Challenge.

9 comments:

  1. So eye-catching...and tempting! You word such magic with the watercolour backgrounds...Happy sigh in seeing this!
    Hugs~c

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  2. Love the distressed background. And, the sundae is making me wish for some ice cream right now. :*)

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  3. This is one yummy card - I'll have one, too!

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  4. If someone would invent ice cream that looked like this, it would replace Superman as kids' #1 flavor I bet. Well, little girls at least. Thank you so much for remembering my birthday, dear. What a nice surprise in my mailbox this a.m. The card you sent is just gorgeous. That background is so rich and yummy. And what a perfect gift! That is the coolest die! You rock! Danke schön.

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  5. "Cool" .. as in ice cream cool! Gorgeous, amazing, awesome background! Not sure it you used a 'glazed cherry' or not, but it sure does look yummy enough to eat!

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  6. Gorgeous! I wish I hadn't seen it though, coz I'm doing a 12week body transformation (I live in hope!) and this definitely is not on the menu. I love the watercolour background with the vintage image - fab!

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  7. Mmm, mouth watering, Shirley ... not just that sundae but the raspberry and blackcurrent background ... yum! Anita :)

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