I'm a huge chocolate lover. It's my biggest vice.
While in St. Augustine last year, Bob the Builder in I stopped in to Kilwin's Chocolates. Ohhhh myyyy gosh, the smell was amazing! There was every flavor of chocolate you could imagine. Some had nuts, others had cherries or coconut, some were dark chocolate and some were white chocolate – heck, there were chocolates I had never even seen before! Oh, and they had the biggest peanut butter cup I'd ever seen. To say I was in heaven was an understatement. I think I ate my weight in chocolate that day!
The Sprinkles of Life stamp set includes an adorable ice cream cone and an image that can double as an ice cream scoop or a cloud. Talk about versatile! I looked at this set and thought 'chocolate ice cream', of course!
Doesn't this look almost good enough to eat?!
The background on this card uses the circle from the Layered Letters stamp set. I stamped them in Crumb Cake ink on top of the Crumb Cake cardstock for a subtle look. The Neutrals Designer Paper is cut 1 1/2" x 5 1/2".
The best thing about this stamp set is that there are so many pieces that coordinate with the Tree Builder Punch.
There's one more thing about this stamp set that I love…it supports the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Stampin' Up! is a global sponsor for this charity and $3 from the sale of this stamp set goes to support the charity. The RMHC's is near and dear to my heart. You can read about how I help support the local House in Tampa by clicking HERE.