Saturday, July 2, 2011

PPA100



Happy Saturday!

This week is the 100th Challenge at Pals Paper Arts Blog and the theme is 'show us your favorite technique.' The Design Team is celebrating in grand style and will be giving away blog candy to one lucky, randomly chosen, crafter (US residents only).

Of course, I had to go with a 3D project! Here is the front view:


Side view:


And, picture with the contents:


Isn't that 'Chocolate Chip Cookie' tag adorable?!?!? I punched a two-inch circle, distressed the edges, sponged it, stamped it with a Judith Chocolate Chip stamp, took a 'bite' out of it with the scalloped circle punch, and attached it to the baggie with the new SU Baker's Twine. I had planned to put six cookies in the bag, but I baked before I crafted and there weren't many cookies left!

I printed the recipe in Word using RGB values for Chocolate Chip. The 'From the Kitchen of' is a retired SU stamp that I will never part with! It has seen lots of inky love over the years.

You have until Tuesday to enter a card or project using your favorite technique. Click on over to the PPA blog for all the details.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.

Lisa

8 comments:

Karli said...

That is so cuuute Lisa! They would be perfect little treats for my friends this 4th of july party. Wonder if I can get some done in time??? TFS & hugs~
Happy 4th of July!

Diana said...

How cool. I just love it. It looks real yummy and I know your cookies are...
Love the colors you used.
Diana

Pam~ said...

Mmm, mmm good!!! This is a gorgeous 3D apron and the cookies look pretty good too! Pretty DP! Thanks for joining in the fun at Pals Paper Arts!

Regina said...

hi, Lisa
deine kleinen Schürzen-Box ist ganz süß geworden! Eine sehr schöne Idee, Cookies mit dem passenden Rezept zu verschenken!

Liebe Grüße Regina

Patti MacLeith said...

SUPa cute!!

Linda Callahan said...

This is adorable - definitely sweeet!

A Touch of SOL said...

TOO CUTE! And Congrats for being a Designer on AR's Team!

Melisa Waldorf said...

You are crackin' me up!! There would have probably been NO cookies left at my house, teehee. Adorable project and perfect for a cookie swap. When I lived in Jacksonville we did a Christmas cookie swap every year and this would have been perfect. Maybe I need to get one going at work this year! I hopped over to the Pals blog but didn't see a template. So I'm wondering where you got it from??