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April 06, 2009

Paper Ice Cream :)

Sandra's BirthdayHi,

Quick post tonight....if you'd like to learn how to make one of these paper ice cream cones, click here  to head over to my Stampin' Academy to watch a video.

To make them all you need is a Scallop Circle Punch, 1 3/8 Square Punch, Texture Plates Kit #4, Scissors & Stampin' Dimensionals.  Optional items are 2-way Glue Pen, Glitter & Sponges.

The greeting is from the Wagon Full of fun stamp set.

Have a good night :)

p.s.  My weekend consisted of filling Chic Stand orders & working on taxes. I know ...last minute Angie with the taxes. The good news is I think I'm finished, I just emailed the last of my info to our tax lady....I think I can breathe again.)   But....Stamp club is tomorrow and I haven't begun to cut and my office is trashed.  Looks like I'll be on overdrive for one more day :)  (Never fear I work well under pressure.)  Thanks for stopping by!




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Really cute! Thanks for sharing.

Cute punch idea. I'm going to try it.
Keep the soda and chocolate handy while you work.
Got my ChicStand yesterday and can't wait to try it out!

Such a darling combination of card and bag! Who wouldn't like to receive that for their birthday?!

I am so glad you've switched to feedburner because I was one of the ones who was having trouble getting your updates through my subscription with feedblitz.
I love this idea here, and your video was great!

Cute card; I'm sure this will be a hit this summer! I work best under pressure as well and I'm thinking I'd better start my taxes today:-(. MJ

What a fun ice cream cone. The colors are so spring and love the dimension.

What a fun card! I love the punch ideas and hey are the first tool I buy. This is a great kid card...heck, I would love getting it! Hope your day goes well and you get everything done. I have hostess club Sat and my room is trashed too. Ugh!

I found your tutorials on you tube and I love what you do. I try things I might never do because of your cute ideas and helpful step by step instructions. Thank you!!!

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