Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Enjoy

I HAD to post this card because I just got back with my family from taking a walk to the ice cream parlor. That's pretty much an Oxymoron isn't it? Take a walk.....then eat a VERY large rootbeer float?!

Anyway, this cute little sundae is by Hero Arts. I made a few samples to take with me to Craft Fancy this past Sunday. I colored the image in with my Copics. I used my Spica glitter pen in red for the heart. I also used brown liquid applique for the fudge, but I did NOT heat set it. I wanted it to stay shiny. I cut the image out and adhered it to several shapes that were cut using my Nestibilities Dies. The DP is by Fancy Pants. The soft felt brads are by Creative Cafe. Well, I guess I am off to watch the Sox game with hubby......yea, like that is gonna burn any calories! LOL!

16 comments:

gambling said...

I could give my own opinion with your topic that is not boring for me.

Regina Easter said...

oh my this is stinkin adorable...love it...

~amy~ said...

c*u*t*e!!! I love rootbeer floats...light on the rootbeer and heavy on the icecream!

Dianna said...

LOVE that card*!*
The colors are awesome :)

Crafty Connie said...

Looks good enough to eat! Great card,

Dani said...

I love this! So cute, the layout is awesome and those brads are so cool!

Tracy.H said...

Love it!! Now I want a Rootbeer float! ;0)

Christi said...

This is adorable!! Man a root beer float does sound awesome!!

Allison said...

This is great...love that DP! I will have my eye out at my LSS!

CAKVD said...

I LOVE the ice cream card!!! The colors and design are just perfect!
Cheryl

Rose Ann said...

This is so yummy, and I love your pretty papers and sewing!!

Elaine said...

Cute! Nice colors.

Julie Masse said...

Very cute - love the circles and the stitching! :)

Pippa said...

That ice-cream card is stunning!

asela said...

Gorgeous!!!!

Mary said...

Very cute card! I've read through your blog looking at older posts. Your scrapbook pages are gorgeous! I really need to make time to scrapbook again (I fell off track when Leah was born).