Tuesday, 2 August 2016

City Crafter - I Gained a Stone! - Sweet Treats


Stella has chosen a fun theme at City Crafter this week... add a sweet treat such as a pie, cake or , in my case, ice lollies/ice creams. And if you can't do that, you could even just use the colours from the photo. 
For my DT card I cut an ice lolly (popsicle)  shape on my Silhouette Cameo, using ice-cream themed patterned paper that were a magazine freebie some time ago. The sentiment is by Clearly Besotted. 

For the whole of August we are delighted to have a special Guest Star, Davi, and I hope you will come over to City Crafter and see what she, and the rest of the DT have made, and enter your own sweet treat. 

I'd like to enter:
Curtain Call  snow cone 

12 comments:

  1. Such a cute card. Love how you've done the ice-cream. Fun card aand thanks fro the inspiration x

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  2. Cute! Great use of that paper too!

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  3. Very clever using the dp for the popcicle! Love this fun card :)

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  4. It didn't to be baked; the idea of the wafer is more than enough and smart of you to use this DP. It's a fab take on our theme!

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  5. Sweet and fun, love the DP you've used for the Popsicle ice cream. Nice banner details and a fitting sentiment.

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  6. Very cute card with all the ice cream cones! Love the paper and pretty fun colors!

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  7. Oh, this is so fun! Super sweet take on the inspiration photo!

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  8. So 'sweet' and pretty too!

    Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers!

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  9. Great summer card. Love the colours. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers this week. Judy DT

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  10. Fabulous card! Love the design as well as the summery colours ;o) Thank you for joining our „Summer“ challenge over at the Crafty Cardmakers ;o) Happy crafting,
    Maike

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  11. I love the simplicity of this card and the colours are perfect! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers.

    Bec

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  12. This is too cute... what a "sweet" idea to use that paper for the popsicle! Thanks for joining us for the Curtain Call!

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