I scream-You scream-We all scream

Happy Saturday, friends! Is it any cooler where you are? Our weather is absolutely gorgeous! I’m happy to be back on the Eyelet Outlet blog today with another awesome DT inspiration project! I created a fun birthday card featuring this month’s new brads that you just have to check out! We have you covered whether you love chocolate, strawberry or vanilla!

I cut a square card base and adhered a panel of blue cardstock. I layered strips of Glitter Dot Washi Tape on a piece of white cardstock leaving a very thin margin between the strips, and then cut it with a postage stamp die. I layered the die cut on a blue cardstock panel and then on white. I created the sentiment on the computer and cut it in a strip which I angled across the die cut. I added several Ice Cream Brads and adhered the layered piece to the card base. The final step was adding White Enamel Dots in the corners.

I created the inside sentiment on the computer, printed it, and trimmed it. I embellished the panel with more of the Glitter Dot Washi Tape and narrow strips of blue cardstock.

And one more look… super happy with how this turned out! Now I want an ice cream cone, lol!

Sharing in the following challenges:
1. Creative Inspirations: September Challenge – Spots & Dots or Inky Spats
2. World Wide Open Design Team Monthly Challenge: #09 – Anything Goes

Eyelet Outlet products used:
Glitter Dot Washi Tape
Ice Cream Brads
Enamel Dots White

Other products used:
Cardstock/Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock, Papertrey Ink Spring Rain cardstock
Dies/Punches: Spellbinders Postage Stamps die
Accessories:  Tombow Mono permanent adhesive, Bearly Art precision craft glue, Gemini Junior

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project! Be sure to check out all the fun goodies at Eyelet Outlet! I can already see you drooling, lol! Be sure to ‘like’ and ‘follow’ Eyelet Outlet Facebook Page to keep up with news and sales! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you next time! ;)

Scrappy hugs,

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