Monday, November 8, 2010

Oh Cookie! 3D Frosting Technique & Tutorial: Recipe Card Holder, Giveaway!

Oh Cookie!! Yummy Recipe Card Holder & Cookie piecing

Hi all my dear friends and blog readers! I hope each one of you is having a Marvelous Monday! Make it a great one--do something you enjoy today--if only for a few minutes! Eat that frosting out of can--oh wait--that's me.
Now speaking of frosting (and no I'm not joking--I love to eat that frosting straight from the can--so I try to be VERY careful having extra frosting on hand after the Mellowcreme Pumpkin incident).....
I made the most adorable recipe card holder for my Cookie Exchange--and I made a super cute Cookie paper piecing that holds my tag--then I decided Ms. Cookie needed some YUMMY frosting--3d frosting at that! How can we do this? Good old Puffy Paint--yes--the kind you can get at Walmart and Michaels! WEEEEEHEEEE!
This file is just one of three that I created for the November Grab Bag at VDBC--wait till you see the next two in the coming days--hehehe! There's 9 jam packed file sets in this one! woot woot!
Let's start frosting--and this one is GUILT free--you won't even be tempted to eat it! hehehehea

**Giveaway---Leave me a comment & I'll send you a Sweet Tooth mini goody bag: Ribbon, Epoxy stickers, and Hand-stitched Felt embellies)

White Puffy Paint by Tulip
Sweet Treats: Recipe Card Holder cut file template
(from the November Grab Bag at VDBC)
Various cardstocks (pink herringbone, tan/brown cardstocks)
Pens to draw your face (Cri-Kits--black and white)
Hand Stitched Felt Sweet Tooth Embellies & Brads (Creative Charms)
Sweet Treats epoxy stickers (Creative Charms)
Pink & Brown Reversible Tiny Dots Ribbon (Renaissance Ribbons)
Laura Foster Nicholson's Tiny Cakes on blush ribbon (Renaissance Ribbons)