Thursday, March 19, 2009
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
trade our favorites had to keep one set for my cookbook too
Jiffy Cinnamon Rolls
I've used orange textured bazzil card stock, moss green card stock, white card stock, pastel yellow ribbon,flower button, and moss green chalk ink. Font used: Freestyle Script
Chocolate Buttermilk Loaves
Papers: Brazzil Yellow Cardstock
Hot Minty Cocoa Mix
Papers : ?? it was a while ago
Cup cut out with my sizzix and shaded by hand
Fudgy Brownie Mix
Papers ? but I love the fancy flocked one under the title
M&M Cookie Mix
Aren't these guys just soo cute and they make Yummy cookies too
Root Beer BBQ Beef Sandwiches
Great recipe for those hot days when you don't want to be over a hot
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
This is my AHA moment...... home made stencils. This is a nice idea to make for yourself or even as gift for a friend, this one I made is for my sister. I used transparent layout 8 1/2" by 11" sheet and cut them into squares just bigger then the hole punches.I've cut the transparency overlay into 3 1/4" by 4 1/4" and the smaller ones into 2 1/16" by 2 3/4". Each One has been made larger to protect your projects from being covered in ink. Also made a quick folder and reference book to go along with the stencils. The reference book has the measurement's and pictures for a reminder of what stencils are in the folder. I've also included the plastic punch outs for embossing or tracing around. This is a great versatile tool that could be used for so many projects.
Thanks for peeking.
Huggs Anne :)
This recipe card is made from a 6x6 off-white card stock and Christmas sugar cookie paper cut abit smaller and mounted on for the background. As soon as I saw this paper I knew it was just so perfect for this recipe too.I've distressed the edges with a brown ink. I just love the way inking the edges gives it and just me but I love to distress everything. I've used the computer for the title and recipe card it self (Fonts Kringle & Lucida Handwriting).
To Make the Cookies : Need 2 different sheets of card stock (Brown for cookie and White/Beige for icing) cut out 2 old shaped circles. First ink the around the cookie to give it a bit of a darker affect to looked just baked. With the icing crinkled it up then flatten out and glue it down. Use small red and green beads to make the sprinkles. This seems to be a recipe I make every Christmas for my family and friends. My girls favorite part in helping me out is with the decorating......I also hide some extra candy to make sure there is always enough.... one for me and one for the cookie.....LOL.
Thanks for taking a look.
Huggs Anne :)
My family is always saying to me we never have enough Halloween decoration so in October of 2008, I made these cute and charming stack able pumpkins. This idea came from a magazine I saw years ago and decided finally to make them.
*3 different sized boxes from large to medium to small
* Bo Bunny orange paper tow sided
* deep orange bazzil textured card stock
* black and white gel pen
* scrap brown
* green textured card stock
I measured, cut and inked the paper to fit on each side and inked the edges of each box with the same colour as the paper. This is so it wasn't as noticeable to see it was just a plain box underneath. Color the face in before glueing it in place. I used the template from the magazine for their faces. I used my sizzix green leaf die and cut out as many as I wanted to layer between and 3 for the top as the box was small. I curled and bent the leafs before gluing to give it more shape to them.Used a scrap piece of brown and rolled it up to make a stem for the top of the last pumpkin then glued it in place. I can't remember which magazine if anyone knows post it below I think my hubby wanted something a little more scary then this for Halloween ........ lol...... he is just a big kid at heart.
Thanks for peeking. Anne :)