Stampin’ Up! Ice Cream Cone Birthday Card

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One of the things I adore about punches is that there are so many possibilities.  However, you may need to think a little bit outside the box.  I used the Stampin’ Up! Cupcake Builder Punch for the top of my ice cream cone and the Petite Pennants Builder Punch for the cone.  Easy!

DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE creative way to use a Stampin’ Up! Punch?  Please leave me a comment below!


  • A simple touch of Pearl Basic Jewels jazzes up the ice cream as well as dots the “i” in wish.

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  • I love a coordinating envelope flap.  The Birds of a Feather Designer Series Paper is uber cool for spring.

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  • White Vellum adds a soft backdrop to the focal point.
  • Stampin’ Up! Sweet Essentials stamp set is one of my everyday basics.  It works for many occasions and offers a luscious font!

NEW APRIL BEST OF BUTTERFLIES STAMP SET!  Stampin’ Up! just released the latest addition to their 25th Anniversary “best of” stamp sets.  Click to SHOP for the “Best of Butterflies” Stamp Set!

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Stamp Set: Sweet Essentials (Wood-Mount 126455, Clear-Mount 126457)
Paper:  Birds of a Feather Designer Series Paper (126899), Primrose Petals (126841), Crumb Cake (120953), Whisper White (100730), White Vellum (101856)
Ink:  Primrose Petals (126858)
Cool Tools:  1″ Square Punch (for flagged end), Cupcake Builder Punch (121807), Petite Pennants Builder Punch (122361), Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (118309)
The Perfect Touch:  Pearl Basic Jewels (119246), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)

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  1. Thanks, Connie for catching that! I have updated the item #’s now.

    Hugs, M

  2. I know a little lady that would love to get this card or something like it. I hope it ‘s okay with you if I copy it.

  3. I tried to add the clear-mount to my order, but the number is incorrect for Stamp Set: Sweet Essentials (Wood-Mount 122455, Clear-Mount 122457) I believe the correct numbers are: (Wood-Mount 126455, Clear-Mount 126457). Just thought I’d let you know

  4. Very nice. I like your use of velum to soften the edges.

  5. Carol Carriveau

    I love your card…how clever! But I really love the DSP you used, gorgeous card!

  6. Hi Judy: Here’s the scoop on the designer paper. It’s available in the annual Stampin’ Up! Catalog. Birds of a Feather Designer Series Paper (126899) Hugs, M

  7. Janet, excellent suggestion. I ALMOST textured the cone with the Square Lattice Embossing Folder. However, decided there was plenty of pattern that it was best to leave it plain. I agree that a textured cone is adorable, especially with a simpler background!

  8. Great Card! I made an ice cream cone card for my Grand~daughter….After I cut the cone, I used my scoring board to score the cone into a waffle look!

  9. Love the card. I never know what to do with vellum. Thanks for the idea.

  10. Love the card!! This one will be perfect to send to my young granddaughter — she loves ice cream. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Darling Card Mary! I don’t lie ice cream BUT… as pretty pinkish as yours……I might! Love the card girlfriend. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Where is this paper?? Can’t find it on the web site!

  13. Indeed, I love all the awesome things that are made with punches. I have the Petite Pennants punch and last Christmas I made a bunch of cards using this punch to make little Christmas Trees for my grandkids’ teachers and friends. Really lovely. I also love the butterfly punch that coordinated with the Butterfly Prints stamp set (retired both) it makes the pretties pansies. Thank you Mary for this really awesome card, I love the softness that the vellum gives to the main image, truly fabulous.

  14. Pure genius. I love what can be done with the punches – outside the box! Thanks for another great idea.

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