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Cool Treats ice cream card with video

How about some ice cream for your next celebration? Here is a sneek peek at a new stamp set from the 2017 Occasions Catalog! It’s Cool Treats (item# 142982). I chose to make a simple ice cream cone today but will certainly use many of the popsicle images in the coming weeks.

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A simple card design will be a great start. My card base is 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, top folded and made of Soft Suede cardstock. I have a layer of white cardstock to place the stamping. The color tones are neutral in this project to allow the different shades of ink to show. I most like how the So Saffron ink reminds me of vanilla ice cream!

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My most important advice in this project is to practice on scrap paper. Lay out your stamps in the order they will be applied and get used to how they will lay on top of one another on the paper. Once I laid them out I used a pen to number my grid paper beside which stamp would be used first. Some stamp sets have the sequence of order labeled beside each stamp. My experience is that in some instances, I liked the order of stamping to change up a bit to fit my taste in design.

For the most part, this is the order in which I use the stamps:
#1 I first use the solid image, applied to paper AFTER I stamp off once. (I use the 2nd generation ink)
#2 Next is a stamp that gives definition with highlights or shading (I use the full ink generation)
#3 I use the outline image last, at full strength. Typically I use black to outline unless it takes away from the overall design
Often times, the designer of the stamp set has achieved the design look in 1 of two different ways: either the images stamp in a precision manner (being applied at an exact spot) or it will carry a more artsy look (the images will not line up in precision no matter how much you try to make them line up). I don’t prefer one over another type, I find instead that the designer has taken the best option for this image and given it the proper choice. In the case of the Cool Treats stamp set, I find it to be more of a precision type of image. There were actually 2 stamps used to achieve the ice cream, 2 stamps for the cone and 2 for the cherry. To see which image I used and in what order, have a look at the video.

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I made a video tutorial for this card project, CLICK HERE TO WATCH or watch below…

https://youtu.be/ucIIWGfOcAc

Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂

img_1893    Available for purchase on January 4, 2017 in Occasions Catalog


Thank you for visiting my blog today. Using the Multi-Step stamps is easy, when the technique is broken down. If you try using this method, please do share your card! Feel free to email me a pic and I will feature it here online 🙂 Stay tuned next week for the next card project in this series.   In the meantime, I hope you find a simple card design and make it your own.  Lets make it together!

-Jenny Hall
YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

 

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