I created a fun ice-cream shaped card using only my range of Lady Pattern Paper papers and my punches. Here’s how I create my card:
Punch a 3” circle out of Kraft Essentials dot paper (it’s the back of the Oh Unicorn! design). Use a bone-folder and ruler and fold the circle into 3 parts to create the shape of an ice-cream cone. Use your Tombow adhesive to adhere the folded pieces to the base.
Use a square scalloped edge punch and punch 3 squares out of various Lady Pattern Paper papers.
Use a 2” circle punch and punch the top edge of the scalloped squares so that they create the shape of ice-cream.
Ink the edges of the punched shapes using the same colour ink as the paper for a fun effect.
Adhere the punched shapes together using Tombow adhesive and then adhere to the base.
Create your card background using ink and a stencil. Adhere the ice cream to the card front using foam tape for added dimension.
Finish off the card with a sticker sentiment, brad and some coloured diamonds.
Lastly add some fun coloured ink splats to the bottom of the card.
And there you have a gorgeous summertime inspired punched shape card – let’s celebrate the last few sunny days before those chilly autumn days arrive.
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