Welcome to the OSAT January ----No Rules New Year Blog Hop! We took December off and I have to tell you I actually missed it. Don't get me wrong it was nice not having one thing more added to my plate for December, but I am happy to be back hopping and some routine. Hopefully this will get me back to blogging again on a regular basis. I truly need routine to keep me on track. So you may have reached here from the wonderful Maria Willis' blog. She always has such nice projects, doesn't she? If you arrived by other means and want to take the full hop you can always look at the bottom of this post and I will have the links to everyone on the hop.
When I saw this set in the new Occasions catalog I knew that I had to have it. As most of my regular followers know I've been a cake/cookie baker decorator for well.........a lot of years. Yeah I may have started when I was 13 with my first decorated cake and as they say the rest is history. This set is too cute and a great little "pun" set to boot.
Then it was onto my 3D project. I chose to make a tag and put it on a cello bag of peanut butter/chocolate chip cookies. Yes, I made them special for this photo and I may or may not have made a few extra cookies to sample. 😋
I wanted the stamped layer to pop a little so I added one of our new Lace Doilies. These are so neat because they are Whisper White on one side and Very Vanilla on the other. Cool huh? I colored all the stamped pieces in using our NEW WATERCOLOR PENCILS and a blender pen. Coloring in with them is so easy and you don't have to be artistic at all to use them. To tie the bag off I used some of the new silver/gold ribbon that is available as a SAB free item. Along with the gold ribbon I used some 1/8" stitched Bermuda Bay ribbon and a piece of gold sequin trim. I just love me some glitz and shine. Surprisingly enough I didn't use any Wink of Stella on these projects. GASP! I know, what happened to me? I can always go back and add it if I do decide to give these cookies away. LOL! 😜
Well that's all from me. I hope you've enjoyed my projects and you will continue onto the amazing Kim Smith's blog. Thanks so much for stopping by!