Okay before you see today’s video – lemme tell you it just cracked. me. up. Sometimes I do crack myself up, in all honesty. And I’m such an ice cream fiend that, well, a giant hand reaching down to stop an ice cream truck just seemed appropriate for someone like me!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
Catherine Pooler has a “crafting on the go” theme going right now, and while anything beyond the coloring would be tough to do on the run – the truck is GOING, right? Does that fit?? lol!
Here are the colors used…
All that white pen work just seemed to top it all off!
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Oh my gosh that is so cute! I’d stop that ice cream truck too! :oD
Fantastic ! Great theme, yummy theme ! Love your bright colours & fun story behind your idea. Don’t know if you have it in the USA, but try vanilla ice cream with raspberry sauce in it & bits of Bakewell tart all mixed in. Yummy !! Have a marvellous weekend x
This is an amazing card! 🙂 Fantastic coloring.
Wow – the edge of that pavement has such realism. You’ve created great texture with your blending! This is a great card!
Loved your use of color! And thanks so much for also including a video – so helpful!
No better way to celebrate Ice Cream Day than with a blog hop! Your coloring is amazing, Sandy!
You always make such great cards, Sandy.
Lovely background work on this card!
This is just so fun!!!
Such a fun and creative design.
Love the bright colors you used. Glad you explained the hand, though. Made me laugh.