Then, off in the distance I hear the happy chiming of an ice cream truck. Childhood memories of the mad scramble to find loose change around the house came rushing back. It seemed to take forever for the little boxy truck to make it down to the corner we lived on. But when it did .... oh boy! How I loved those Chocolate Eclairs on a stick! My brothers were all about Bomb Pops and Fudgicles. We all walked away with smiles on our faces and the rest of the day seemed to go by without an unkind word between us! Kind of magical.
So, flash-forward to the present. Bingo! My dream job! If I had an ice cream truck, I'd be selling cool treats and spreading a little cheer on hot summer days. Who doesn't like the ice cream truck? Heck, I'd even stock Skinny Cow bars for those of us (me) who need to avoid those Chocolate Eclairs on a stick!
I learned this little trick last year when Better Living Through Scrapbooking threw out a challenge to scrapbook a page without a photo. Here's the page I did last year:
Supplies used for "Dream":
Paper = American Craft Heat Wave
Stamps = Close To My Heart & Hero Arts
Paper Punch = Martha Stewart
Ice Cream Truck = Google Images (free)
Inks = Archival Black & Gel Pen
Title Letters = Thickers
Cricut catridge = Hello Kitty
Bling = misc stash