You Scream, I Scream, We All Scream for ICE Scream!

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Do you remember when a trip to get ice cream was the best part of summer? Maybe that is when you enjoyed meaningful time with family and friends. Maybe you have pictures of those moments that the following ideas will inspire you to pull out and create a scrapbooking layout for them to always be remembered with.

Creative Partner Lindsay Smith celebrated National Chocolate Ice Cream day (which if you did not know is on June 7th) by creating Ice Cream themed projects and sharing them with all of us.

Lindsay’s adorable layouts use many pieces from the Tiny Celebrate Accessory sets, and this sweet scrapbook layout inspires all the childhood wonder of enjoying our favorite ice creams. You can see how Lindsay created an ice cream cone using Tiny Celebrate (5T, 6T), which you can also replicate with Celebrate (5, 6) if you are looking for a larger ice cream cone. She also used other pieces from Tiny Celebrate to embellish her page, including the pinwheel(4T), the paisley teardrop(7T), and the fun wavy banner that she put at the bottom of her photo(8T).

Lindsay highly recommends these sets because there are so many fun ways you can create with the designs included in this set, and since a lot of the memories we capture in our lives are in honor of celebrations, these sets are so incredibly useful.

The pieces in the Tiny Celebrate and Celebrate set are cute as embellishments on their own, but you can also use them to create clouds, pinwheels, cupcakes, and of course, ice cream.

Lindsay shared another layout she had made that featured Celebrate. Instead of ice cream, she used the Tiny Celebrate 6T cone as a banner. Celebrate is versatile and cute whichever way you create with them.

That is not all! In Lindsay’s craft-in event, she created a playful gift bag with the most delicious ice cream cones. It’s so easy to change up the paper to make the ice cream look like it’s different flavors and covered in toppings. She also shared a clever tip on how to add texture to the cone. She used a yellow paper for the cone base, and then, she used the edge of her Distress Ink pad to create several cross-hatched lines to make the triangle look like a waffle cone.

Creating an ice cream sundae is just like when you Play-to-Create with Designer Templates. You get to choose all the different toppings just like you get to choose your paper and templates. You can’t go wrong in either case!

This is just the tip of the iceberg. The Tiny Celebrate set is versatile for any of your scrapbooking creations. We hope you’ve been inspired and are ready to Play-to-Create with the Tiny Celebrate set yourself. Like always, we would love to celebrate and be inspired by your creations.

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