Share A Milkshake Stamp Set and Dies

Published on 11 June 2023 at 09:00

Hello, my crafty friends!  Today I am sharing a Milkshake card I made for my grandsons for their 4th of July treat---A gift card to Bruster's (a local ice cream shop).  So I chose the Red, White and Blue theme with embossed stars for the card.  This stamp set is so amazing!  Not only is it a Two-step set but it lines up perfectly!  Then the slit in the ice cream is over the top!!!  


Come back on Tuesday  for the Tips & Techniques Tuesday post to see the Packing Tape Technique I used on this card.  

Are you ready to create???  Let's gather our supplies first.

Step 1

After gathering all your supplies.  Cut all your cardstock. 

Basic White Card Base to 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" scored at 4 1/4"

Basic White Mats:  Cut two (2) at 1 5/8" x 1 1/8"

                                   Cut one (1) at 1 5/8" x 3 5/8"

                                   Cut one (2) at   4" x 5 1/4" (Emboss one piece)

Starry Night:  4" x 3 3/4"

Sweet Sorbet:  Cut two (2) at 1 3/4" x 1 1/4"

                           Cut one (1) at 1 3/4" x 3 3/4"

Will need Basic White scraps to stamp the Ice Cream pieces in next step.

Step 2

Stamp all the images on Basic White cardstock.

Color combos I used:

Small Bowl:  Sweet Sorbet for solid piece and Real Red for decorative piece

Milkshake Glass:  Starry Sky (Stamped off for the solid piece)

Straw:  Bubble bath for solid piece and Real Red for striped piece

Cherry:  Real Red

Ice Cream:  Pecan Pie and Bubble Bath

Sentiment on inside and outside of card:  Pecan Pie



Step 3

Next I added packing tape to the Milkshake glass and the bowls.  This technique will be shared on Tuesdays Tips and Techniques blog post so please be sure to check that out on Tuesday.  The image is a sneak peak to the post.

Then I die cut all the parts and pieces and put the card together.

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Nancy Francis
a year ago

Very cool technique to make the milkshake glass look like real glass. Thanks for sharing!

a year ago

So happy you liked it, Nancy. Thanks for commenting.