It's a birthday cake snow cone with cream, and it's delicious. Tastes just like cake batter ice cream from Coldstone Creamery, but with 225 calories and 5 grams of fat instead of 340 and 19. And yes, those are sprinkles on top. : )
I always get cream with my snow cones because that's just how I roll. A word to the wise: do NOT get the sugar-free cream. It tastes like baking soda, but with chunks. [shudder]
Speaking of cooling off on hot days (okay, so it's not a perfect transition), I made this page last month for the design team at Crop-Paper-Scissors.
Cardstock: Bazzill. Patterned paper, brad: American Crafts. Letters: American Crafts Thickers, Niki Riki. Pen: Sharpie. Ribbon, thread.
I took this photos of my friend's little girl when they were visiting. Considering it was one of the few times I've photographed a toddler and that it was outside, I think they turned out pretty well. I machine-stitched around the perimeters of the papers. I hand-cut out the waves and used pop dots on a few of the waves to make them, well, pop. I love love love the pink bow. It's a little unexpected, but so cute.
Happy Wednesday! Grab a snow cone to help you through the rest of the week!