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Sweet Birthday Wishes
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hello there and happy July to you all . Marybeth Lopez  here with you today. I have one more Ice Cream card with you today. This time using the Poppystamps Foil and Cut Die Set called Birthday Wishes Poe Script PSF807 The cone is made with Grand Whittle Ice Cream Cone 2505. 

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I used Open Studio Watercolor Paper for the cones and the ice cream, I love the texture and the way it blends when using watercolor paper. I used foam tape under each layer of cones . This time I only used one layer for the cone.

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I the hot foil works so well, I just love it. I love blending the colors for the ice cream too.

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I used the blender brushes on my cones and did a little more shading in some areas and less on other areas as needed.

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I hope I have inspired you do want to go shopping at Poppystamps and or create a fun card. I love the clean and simple card this Grand Whittle cone makes . You could use so many different sentiments with this cone. 

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Supplies

Wp101 Watercolor Paper
2505 Grand Whittle Ice Cream Cone
Psf807 Birthday Wishes Poe Script Hot Foil Plate and Dies

Comments

Hi Marybeth, Another fabulous 'cone' card, the ice cream looks so realistic with the top scoop tilting slightly just waiting for the next 'lick' to position it upright haha, I adore all your blending on the cone, so realistic. Rum and raisin is my favourite ice cream yummy.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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