You know that I keep barking abut how much fun the live streams are. But making this ice cream birthday card was wild!

Ann had the basics figured out but left some of the finishing touches to the viewers. And they did a grrrreat job!

Ann only did one tweak after the show which, in my opinion, helped a lot. She added some bling with the Blue Adhesive Backed Gems.

Where Did She Get Those Stripes?

Her whole mission was to feature the Textures & Frames limited edition stamp set that you can get free with a $50 order. But only until the end of this month.

It’s one that you might overlook, but has lots of options to enhance your projects.

You can watch the video replay below or here on You Tube.

It’s really a clean and simple card, however, having a Stamparatus is key to getting those lines straight. As you’ll see in the video replay,, it doesn’t take a long time once you know what you want.

And that’s where our live stream viewers helped out. They picked colors and made suggestions that made this a more fun card.

And then Ann topped it off afterwards with some bling.

Ice Cream Card
Ice Cream Card

Before I share the supply list so you can enhance your own cardmaking supplies, let me give you a reminder.

Today is the Last Day for Early Bird rates!

One week from tonight, we’ll be celebrating my 16th birthday with a Mystery Card Party. If you’ve been before, you probably remember that afterwards they play games for free stamps and stuff. Grab your seat here.

Mystery Card Birthday Party
Mystery Card Birthday Party

You can still register after today, but the price will be a little different.

And the same goes for our Christmas card Stamp-a-Stack.

Today’s the last day that you can register at the Early Bird for the Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack that we’re hosting here on Saturday, September 18th. This is at our Northern California home. You can register here to make 12 cards – 3 of 4 designs.

Get started!

Ice Cream Birthday Card Making Supplies