Who doesn’t love a delightful scoop of ice cream, especially when it’s the inspiration for crafting? Today, I’m excited to share with you a trio of projects featuring the Ice Cream Swirls Bundle – a set so fun, it’s practically irresistible! I kept singing Ice Scream, you scream we all scream for ice cream in my head while creating these yummy treats.


For my first Ice Cream Swirls creation, I decided to go with a simple yet charming fun fold card. Instead of sticking to the standard card base, I opted for a reveal by trimming down one side of the front, allowing a peek at the Bright & Beautiful Designer Series Paper within.

The stamped cone image, embellished with the Ice Cream Swirls stamp and die, was treated with a touch of Pecan Pie ink, reminiscent of everyone’s favorite Butter Pecan Ice Cream. To add depth to the ice cream swirl, I added in some detail using a Light Crumb Cake Blends Marker, which highlights the line art without any line overlap that regular markers can leave behind.

And when it came to ribbon, a stroke of Berry Burst Blends Marker transformed plain vanilla ribbon into a perfect match. Any plain colored ribbon can be instantly changed when colored with a Blends Marker.

Fun fold Ice cream swirls card

For my second Ice Cream Swirls card, I envisioned a simpler scene – just a tempting dish of ice cream. Skipping the cone stamping, I relied solely on die-cut elements from the Ice Cream Swirls Dies, adding a dash of Pecan Pie Ink sponged along the edges for a touch of realism.

With the help of Berry Burst and Bubble Bath Blends Markers, I colored in the details for the straw and cherry. And to top it off, the ‘Celebrate’ greeting, cut out from Glimmer Paper using the Wanted to Say dies, brought a touch of sparkle to the card. The Wanted to Say dies are very much a sleeper item in this year’s Stampin’ Up! Catalog.

Ice Cream Swirls in a dish card

Now, let’s talk about the pièce de résistance – the 3D ice cream cone treat holder! Crafted from Bubble Bath Cardstock and adorned with Berry Burst ink, this Cherry Chip cone is a sight to behold. With the addition of Early Espresso Chocolate Chips and some clever detailing using Blends Markers, this treat holder is as delightful to create as it is to behold. And to ensure no drips, I fashioned a paper holder at the bottom, courtesy of yet another element from the Ice Cream Swirls Dies.

Ice Cream Swirls 3D cone treat holder

If you’re itching to recreate these sweet projects, you’re in luck! Head over to my Stampers Club YouTube Channel, where I’ll guide you through each step in a full crafting video. And while you’re there, don’t forget to subscribe for a steady stream of inspiration to fuel your crafting adventures.

With the Ice Cream Swirls Bundle, every crafting day is a delicious delight. Indulge your creativity and treat yourself to some sweet crafting – you deserve it!

Thanks for joining me on this crafting adventure, friends. Until next time, keep the creativity flowing and the joy spreading! 🎨✨


Step by Step Tutorial: Ice Cream Swirls Trio from Stampers Club Crafting with Karen

If you are the kind of person that wants to stamp along with me and make these projects I’ve created a step-by-step video just for you!!

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