When I was growing up, we lived not too far from where the New York Yankees held their spring training games in Fort Lauderdale. There was a snack vendor named Ivan who would come around with "popcorn, peanuts, cold beer here!" He also had ice cream and would do the "I scream, you scream..." thing. My sister and I liked the long conical three-flavored Astro Pops. Sometimes it was just family, and other times we'd load some neighborhood kids into the station wagon and take the whole group.
The card I'm sharing today was inspired by the GCD Studios paper that I used. Notice there's a little ice cream truck on the horizontal strip, parallel to the ribbon? I couldn't resist.
I planned on adding some Glossy Accents from Ranger to the ice cream itself to make it shiny and look cold. Unfortunately, I was in a hurry to get it off to a magazine and the Glossy Accents wouldn't have had time to dry. The card did make it into the magazine, though. It will appear in the Feb/Mar 2016 issue of Scrap & Stamp Arts.
The cone is paper-pieced, and I added just a touch of a very light blue Copic marker to the outside of the ice cream for dimension.
The stamp set is really cute, and it has faces in the different frozen treats depicted. However, I liked this particular card without the face, so I omitted it. Looking at the card now, I see that the ice cream cone would make a great pot for a plant. I love it when stamp sets are versatile, don't you?