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Birthday Ice Cream!
By Jeanne Jachna

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Have you heard?   Birthday calories don't count!    So I'm sharing a card loaded with sweet ice cream treats and happy birthday wishes! 

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The ice cream sandwiches and scoops bring back childhood memories of ice cream trucks and 31 flavors.  If we were really lucky we'd stop at a "fancy" ice cream shop with small churned gourmet flavors, leather booths and glass bowls.  I wanted to give my treats the look of an "Old Fashioned" ice cream parlor and thought the Flourish Tall Curve Borders would make the perfect frame. 

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The Whittle Ice Cream Sandwich is a two die set so you can cut the cookie outside and ice cream inside and stack them.  I love the pretty pattern on the cookie layer.   The Whittle Ice Cream Cone has a waffle print and there is stitching on the ice cream scoop.  The best part?  You can have as many colorful scoops as you want! 

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I used the Tall Curve background die to add color behind the Flourish Tall Curve Borders.  I wanted the colors to coordinate with the ice cream scoops.   To give a finished look to the two curved edges I added a Pointed Oval Frame in the center of them, and a simple Happy Birthday Poe Script sentiment.

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Thanks for stopping by!  I hope your day is filled with eye candy and sweet finds! 

Jeanne Floral Signature copy

Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"Supplies

 

Comments

Jeanne, This card is sheer delight! Love the idea that birthday calories don't count, and the mention of the 31 flavors!

Hi Jeanne, Gorgeous !! What a brilliant card, I love the ice cream layers, and I love your sentiment about the 'calories' haha.
Take care, stay safe.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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