Sunday, November 11, 2018

PP418 Colorful Cookies

Happy Sunday, peeps!  It's time for another Paper Players challenge, and Laurie has a neato color palette for us:

At first glace, I kind of glossed over this Nothing Sweeter set in the holiday catalog, but I saw a few things done with it, especially with the matching framelits, and decided I "needed" it!  I made some paper "cookies" using Laurie's colors and laid them out on a baking sheet with an oven mitt and a spatula:

I guess they're pretty big cookies, aren't they?!  I stamped them in Poppy Parade and So Saffron, then cut them out with the framelits; the mitt and spatula are from the retired Perfect Mix set, and the baking sheet was cut with a die from Avery Elle:

I stamped the sentiment using the Stamparatus, stamping once in Poppy Parade and then again in Versamark after cleaning off the stamp.  Then I heat-embossed it with some clear embossing powder!  The cookies are embossing with white embossing powder as well!  It all went on a gingham paper "tablecloth" that happened to match the challenge colors as well!

This set it a wee bit time-consuming, but it makes the CUTEST cookies!!  I hope you'll play with our challenge this week...check out what the others created:

·        Claire
·        Jaydee
·        Joanne
·        Laurie
·        Anne Marie - on break
·        Sandy
·        Elizabeth
·        Annie - on break
·        Jan
·        Ann

A little bit of Thanksgiving crafting going on before karate...I'll let you know how it turned out in a couple of days!

Enjoy your day and be blessed!

Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Nothing Sweeter, Perfect Mix (ret)
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Smoky Slate, So Saffron, Fall Break DSP (Carta Bella)
 Ink Poppy Parade, So Saffron, Versamark, Smoky Slate
Accessories White and Clear Embossing Powders, Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Heat Tool, Sweetly Stitched Framelits, Double Pierced Rectangle Die (Avery Elle)


gabriella said...

Oh my gosh what a sweet card. This would make a great lunch box note

laurie said...

I just LOVE this card...I'm a baker of course, so it draws my eye. But I especially like the gingham...and the cookies..and well all of it...haha!

Jan Clothier said...

What a great country-feel card. I can see it as a mini-quilt as well.

Lisa Elton said...

Those cookies are adorable, what a sweet card LeAnne!

Aimeslee Winans said...

LeAnne, another reason why I subscribe to your blog: what an amazing card and it's now on my CASE list just so you know! I have a gajillion little baking and cooking stamps and need to see more cards that use them in such a cute way! Love how you just made a baking sheet - but of course! Just know I loved this one especially! xoxo

stampwithsandy said...

This is cute, cute, cute, LeAnne! I love the country feel and the gingham paper. Such a fun sentiment, too!

Ann Schach said...

Oh my gosh! This is just too cute, LeAnne! This has definitely put me in the mood to bake!

Claire Broadwater said...

LeAnne, this is adorable! Especially with the holiday baking frenzy coming! I love the cookies and the little tools! The gingham background is perfect! Great idea for these colors! Have a great weekend, My Friend! XX

ElizStewart said...

LeAnne... the oven mitt was the perfect companion to those delicious love this card!

Jaydee said...

LeeAnne, I love how you made these colors shine. The cookies are fabulous and perfect paired with the gloves, the spatula and the gingham base. Perfect card to make me feel like getting into the kitchen with some dough!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

This is such a great card LeAnne - so many fabulous details, from the cookies to the tray and that fab background. I forgot to say on your later post too how great Cassidy's turkey was - she clearly shares a creative gene or two with her Grammy!