Share a milkshake – Project 2

Happy Tuesday!

I have to tell you that I almost waited to post this card until tomorrow, LOL. My hubby came into my craft room today and said that my post said I was sharing a milkshake and there was no milkshake in sight! Well, he wasn’t wrong! Yesterday’s card featured a couple of waffle cones and today’s, a bowl of ice cream! Maybe I will get to the milkshake tomorrow on my YouTube Live…

Today’s project was inspired by a card I saw on Pinterest by “Stamp it up with Jaimie”.

I really do love layering these ice cream scoops. I really liked the 3D effect of yesterday’s scoops, but today I decided to stick with the flat version.

Share a milkshake stamp set

This stamp set is available in the current Mini Catalog.


  • Card Base – Sahara Sand
    • 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, scored and folded at 4-1/4″
  • Card Front
    • 2022-2024 In Color 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper
      • 5-1/4″ x 4″
      • 1-1/2″ x 2-1/8″
    • Basic White
      • 4-1/4″ x 3″
      • 1-1/2″ strip for sentiment
      • 5-1/4″ x 4″ Inside Mat
      • Large enough piece for stamped images
    • Sahara Sand
      • 3″ x 2-1/4″ for netting die cut
    • Early Espresso
      • Scrap for fudge topping
  • Stamp Pads/Markers
    • Mint Macaron
    • Fresh Freesia
    • Sahara Sand
    • Smoky Slate
    • Sweet Sorbet
    • Wink of Stella Glitter Brush (Item #141897)
  • Embellishments
    • Iridescent Rhinestones Basic Jewels (Item #158130)
  • Tools
    • Stampin’ Dimensionals (Item #104430)
    • Bone Folder (Item #102300)
    • Share A Milkshake Dies (Item #160395)
    • Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch (Item #152709)
    • Timeworn Type 3D Embossing Folder (Item #156505)

Let’s Make This

Begin by folding card base and burnish with a bone folder for a crisp fold.

Emboss 4-1/4″ x 3″ piece of Basic White with the Timeworn Type embossing folder.

Now, stamp all of your images on the sheet of Basic White. I made sure the entire sheet would fit in my die cut machine. I also used my Stamparatus to stamp my images.

I stamped the large scoop using Mint Macaron, small scoops in Fresh Freesia and Sweet Sorbet (the Sweet Sorbet I stamped it twice without reinking and used the lighter one and saved the other for another project).

I stamped the bowl accents first (A), in Sahara Sand. Then I lined up the bowl (B), inked, and stamped onto a sticky note (C), then stamped it again with out reinking (D) onto the Basic White.

Stamp cherry in Sweet Sorbet & spoon in Smoky Slate.

Now, die cut all images with the coordinating dies.

I used Scotch tape to put together my ice cream bowl. I started with the Mint Macaron, lining it up on the bowl and adding tape on the back side. Same for the other two layers.

Next I cut out the fudge topping and glued it to the Mint Macaron scoop. Next, glue on the cherry and spoon. Tuck the spoon into the slit on top of the ice cream scoop. Add Wink of Stella to cherry and spoon so they sparkle.

Adhere DSP card front and embossed layer to the card base.

Die cut the netting and weed out. Next add Dimensionals to the ice cream element. Place the netting on the card front and layer it under the ice cream bowl. The Dimensionals will glue it in place.

Next, stamp sentiment and punch out with the postage stamp punch.

Adhere to DSP mat and adhere to the card front with Dimensionals.

Add more bling with the rhinestones.

Up close & personal

I hope you enjoyed today’s project! I will see if I can make my hubby happy tomorrow with an actual milkshake card! I will be making it Live on YouTube at 10 am CST. Keeping my fingers crossed, LOL.

Have a Stamptastic Day!


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