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Morning- happy WOYWW. I'm back on my own work desk after playing away from home last week. Here you can see today's card being constructed. 


I have used some newly acquired Fiskars stamps- The sweet life. I stamped the ice cream cone three times and cut out the ice cream to make a three-scoop layered cone- (vanilla, chocolate and strawberry) yummy! I added a touch of distress stickles and a few beads for the topping. Making this card reminded me that my mum always used to buy big tubs of the three flavour ice cream which is called Neapolitan, but when I was younger I always asked for Napoleon ice cream!!


Anyway, here's the card....clean and simple!


Challenge inspiration:
Passion for Promarkers- Cut out your images

Thanks for stopping by and happy WOYWW, 

Rebecca x

23 comments:

  1. Lol, Napoleon ice cream!! That made me smile :). As did your fab card, all bright and cheerful!
    Hugs, LLJ 35 xxxx

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  2. Yummy! Great card Rebecca, and thanks for making me chuckle, Jo x

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  3. Super cute card!! Love that "Napoleon" ice cream too! *wink*

    Happy crafting!
    Jeannie #32

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  4. Your card is too cute. Love the ice cream cone. Happy crafting #87

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  5. Love the card and those stamps look really useful. Happy WOYWW. Pam#23

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  6. ummmm! neopolitan - my favourite! love the card, and your almost-monochrome desk, except for the pop of orange scissors :)
    happy WOYWW and have a great week!
    no. 4

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  7. Hi Rebecca, you cone looks so yummy - like the addition of the 'sprinkles'. I haven't had Neapolitan ice cream for years - I remember as a child liking the pink best and, can you believe it, leaving he chocolate for my brother to eat. It was just a tad to strong for my taste back then - we are talking decades, just after the war and rationing, and I think it didn't taste very chocolaty :) Anyway, your finished card is beautiful - very CAS. Happy WOYWW, Elizabeth x #41

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  8. wow, love your card. Less is definitely more in crafting. I know what you mean about the neopolitan ice cream, i always loved the chocolate flavour.

    Gill x #118

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  9. This is just brilliant!! Thanks for joining us at PFP this week.
    Pinky

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  10. Super yummy looking icecream card there. Thanks for visiting me today BJ#20

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  11. Fab CAS card, your ice cream looks good enough to eat! Thanks for joining us at PFP this week.
    Natx

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  12. I love the look of your mat ...and I that card is brilliant ....your cutting out is so good ...I always have to ask DD if I want a neat job.#71

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  13. Very pretty card - good enough to eat! I have now had a glass of wine and I am still trying to visit everyone so my message may be incoherent lol! jenx 129

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  14. Hi, Rebecca, I really like your clean and simple card! I remember our family getting Neapolitan ice cream when I was a kid, too. Thanks for visiting my blog and happy WOYWW. ~ Laura #100

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  15. Gotta get that stamp kit...like the simple and clean look. And, yes, I too had "Napoleon" ice cream as a youngster!


    Joel (aka Barf Snoodlefart, #141)

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  16. Great card...love the three layers that you popped frward and the sprinkles on top look great too!
    Thanks for the kind comments on my post.

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  17. Those stamps are wonderful and I like what you have made, Sweet and simple!
    xx

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  18. I *love* this clean and simple card! It's fabulous! :D

    Ali #79

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  19. A bright and cheery card! Happy WOYWW! Nan #9

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  20. G'day Rebecca
    I've resigned myself to the fact that I shall ever be running late to get to others blogs due to my work but here I am. I really love the ice cream card you made...you have coloured and layered it beautifully.
    hugs
    Annette In Oz #109

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  21. love this rebecca.... Fab cut out images
    Thanks for joining us at Passion For Promarkers this week
    Jen x

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  22. What a yummy card! I like those stamps!

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