Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Is this not the Cutest and Blog Candy

Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to share a few things here. Check out this Ice Cream Cone. Isn’t it the cutest? This was a sample someone did for the Founders Circle Retreat that I just had to have a picture of.

So here is the question…..what was used to create this? Get it right and be entered into a drawing for a free Delicate Designs Embossing Folder. Can you tell what it was made of and with what?

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I will put all the correct answers into a drawing on Friday and one of you will win this!

 

So hurry….leave your guesses and you might win these fabulous folders.

Thanks for stopping in!

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6 comments:

shannon angel said...

Hi! It's hard to tell from the size but here's my guess/s If it's small it's a scallop circle punch for the ice-cream, small heart punch and red glimmer paper for the cherry heart, Tasteful trim die for the layers, Perfect Pennant die for the cone, scored with the SST, wood button, the sentiment is from Build a cupcake stamp set and the banner is either freehand cut or is from the Petal Cone die. If it's bigger the ice-cream is the Scalloped Circle Die and the cone is from the Petal Cone die. And I did all that off the top of my head without looking in the catalog. :)

Rebecca said...

petal cone die, tasteful trim die and a scallop circle cut to fit as the icecream...add some embossing to the cone and "bob's your uncle" a paper ice cream cone! (hope I got it!) Love your ideas and inspiration...

Skurolenko said...

Petal cone die for all the pieces! Embossing folders for the embossing, looks great!

irishgalkelly said...

Hi Lee! I knew most but had to look in the catty to make sure on the ice-cream scallop edge. I think this was made using the petal cone die for everything, tasteful trim, and the small heart punch. You are right, it IS the cutest! Hope you are rested up now. I've loved the pictures you have shared!

irishgalkelly said...

Oops, I forgot something. She scored the cone. Boy does this look real!

Kathy said...

Petal cone die, tasteful trim, small heart punch, simply scored, wooden button, and of course ink to shade and stamp the sentiment. Love it!!! Sooo cute!