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Throwback Thursday: Foxy DSP to Ice Cream Parlor

OK Friends, I'm back at it again!  Isn't it funny how life just gets crazy busy!?  Well, it's definitely been that for us---summer winding down, but it seems like daily activities are just winding up!  So, I'm going to take a moment to share with you a favorite Throwback Thursday item, that also teams up with my Transformation Thursday theme, as well.

I bought a ton of the A Little Foxy Designer Series Paper last year, thinking that with all the upcoming babies there were in my life, I'd go through it like water!  The truth is, I ended up just hoarding it all because I loved it so much.  Well...that was silly.  Because now I'm struggling to use it all up!

Well, I had a need to make a card for a little boy who was having a birthday and I had a grand idea to make an ice cream themed card.  I used a bit of the A Little Foxy Designer Series Paper and made an adorable awning that was perfect for a non-feminine colored Ice Cream Parlor!


The Calypso Coral color doesn't make it "girly" feeling at all and the wider stripes make this the perfect DSP for an ice cream parlor awning!  Check out the items I used below and then get creative and find ways to re-purpose some of your fancy paper for new ideas!

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