Crimper Featured

Crimper 101618
This crimper makes it easy to add dimension and texture to any project you’re stamping. Just hold the crimper in one hand, feed the end of the paper into the rollers, and turn the key. It takes paper up to 6-1/2″ wide—enough for the largest card! It can crimp On Board chipboard, too.

■ Metal and plastic construction
■ Comfort-molded handle and turnkey
■ Requires very little hand pressure

This oldie but goody is a must have! Sometimes it is easy to forget about these old standby’s when there are so many new crafting tools coming out on the market! This handy little tool was used on stamped ice cream to make it look like it was wavy just like a real soft serve ice cream! To check it out – click on the title to this post!

Double Cox XL Punch Featured

Double Cog Xl Punch 118873
Use our Extra-Large Cogs Double punch to get some wheels moving on your scrapbook pages and cards. These punched shapes also act as a great base for creating all kinds of custom accents to create momentum for catching attention.

This is a great punch for all those guy cards and then some!

Happy Father’s Day!

Sweet Scoops Friend

I love this card! It’s a little hard to see in the photo…but the ice cream shimmers! We used Smooch to make it shimmer! Next week I will show you how we used the wheel to get Dear Friend. Sweet Friend as the sentiment. The color combo is Pink Pirouette, Pretty in Pink, Real Red, and Soft Suede. We made this card in my Sweet Scoops class this month.

Sweet Scoops Celebration

Isn’t this just a brilliant idea! I got this idea from a swap at the regional in April. I used the Island Oasis Designer Series Background Paper and Scallop Edge Punch to create the awning for the ice cream shop look. The color combo is taken from the background paper; So Saffron, Pumpkin Pie, and Old Olive. This cone reminds me of the YUMMY pineapple ice cream cone I had in Oahu at the Dole Plantation. Yum! We made this card at my Sweet Scoops class this month.

Sweet Scoops Birthday

I am so sad to see Bordering Blue retire! It was one of my favorite colors to put with Not Quite Navy! It gives a nice clean masculine feel to this card made with the Sweet Scoops stamp set from the new summer mini catalog. I chose the scalloped Bitty Button to go with the scallops…but if it seems too feminine to you, the  plain round Bitty Button will work well too. We made this card in my Sweet Scoops class this month. The other colors used are So Saffron, More Mustard, and Soft Suede.