My son, Jared, and his girlfriend, Elise, recently returned from a 2 or 3 week vacation in Europe/Asia/Middle East.  While in Istanbul they decided they wanted an ice cream cone.  Jared is filming while Elise makes her purchase.  Too funny.

YouTube video

So I couldn’t resist making a silly magnet/card for Elise.

The main magnet is made with a Twinchie.

The ice cream scoop is also a magnet so that it can be removed from the cone. hehe

Ellen Hutson’s Art Magnetic Masking Material was used on the ice cream scoop as well as the back of the Twinchie.

Okay.. just silliness, I know.  But it’s all in good fun.  And the best part, it actually works as a magnet!  lol

Happy Crafting!

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Stamps: SU Sweet Scoops and Everyday Flexible Phrases
Papers
: Papertrey Ink Select White and Dark Chocolate; Twinchie; K & Company Christmas Cheer Gold Star Foil DP
Inks
: SU Creamy Caramel and Close to Cocoa Markers; Copics:

Accessories
: Essentials by Ellen: Art Magnetic Masking Material; Satin Ribbon; Thread and Sewing Machine

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AND ON A SERIOUS PERSONAL NOTE:
My son Jeff, who just started his dental practice in Sierra Vista this week, may have to evacuate.  He and his family just arrived last week and had gotten unpacked when one of the southern fires began to threaten them.  Poor Arizona.  It does have it’s challenges.  Prayers going out to all those whose lives are being turned upside down.

Photo by Dean Knuth/Arizona Daily Star
“The fireline moves towards the city.. near Sierra Vista, AZ.”

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