Saturday, December 6, 2008

Limelight Papercrafts Cookie Wrap Up Extravaganza

I know all you bloggers know exactly how I feel right now because I had a completed post and I am always irritated with how my pictures and text are formatted so I was playing with it afterwards and due to my own stupidly I managed to delete the entire post - can the heavens hear my screams of agony!!!

Anyway, back to our regular programming. Mandy, our fearless Limelight Leader challenged the DT to create some sort of cookie/treat packaging with a matching card or recipe. I enjoyed creating my project.

My idea all stemmed from a mitten cookie cutter that I purchased at Joanns. Here is a picture of my cookies all baked and decorated. This is my all time favorite recipe and comes from one of my very bestest friends in the world - I'm waving to you Lisa!!!

Here is a picture of my complete ensemble. I used Little Yellow Bicycle Paper Pad from Limelight. I have gotten a lot of mileage from this paper pad. I adore it and I still have plenty of paper to play with.

I wanted to keep my mitten them so I created a template to create the card and the top of my box. My box is actually fairly small since my purpose wasn't to package up all the cookies, but rather a sample of them and then add the recipe and the cookies cutter along my gift. I made the box lid and then just attached my mitten template to it. The mitten top and the mitten card are the same template. The mitten tag is actually the size of the cookie cutter. I used my cutter to trace the tag. I quickly lined my box with freezer paper, but you could use wax paper if that's what you have. This prevents any oils from spreading to the cardstock.


Here is view from the top. I also decided to write my recipe right inside my card. I figured that the recipient could just copy the recipe using their own recipe system. I also considered word processing it, but decided I liked the look of hand written, although I'm not a huge fan of my own penmanship. I know most of you can relate to that one.


And one more view from the side. The snowflakes are from a Martha Stewart punch and I added just a bit of sparkle with some stickles. The sentiment on my mitten and the little tag are from Unity Co.'s Bitty Christmas Tags - again, another favorite stamp set of mine.

{Recipe}
Cardstock: Colonial White (CTMH), DP: Little Yellow Bicycle, Ink: Olive (CTMH), Stamps: Bitty Christmas Tags (Unity Co.), Other: Scor-pal, CTMH Ribbon, Chalk Ink, Martha Stewart Snowflake Punch, Stickles


Well, I know that's a lot, but guess what?? There is even more. Today is Day 6 of the 12 Days of Christmas at Limelight Papercrafts. Visit Becky's Blog for some more fun and a chance to win even more prizes. There is still plenty of time to join the fun so don't miss out! Click -->HERE<-- for all the details about the 12 Days of Christmas at Limelight Papercrafts. Mandy is also offering another great item on special over at Limelight so make sure to check out the store.

You are in store for a bunch of great ideas so make sure to visit all the other talented ladies!

Mandy - Ms Limelight herself
JenMarie
Becky
Brandi
Lisa
Ryann
Tiffany(the 7th Chick)

And one last thing. If you are interested in trying out my Sugar Cookie Recipe, click -->HERE<--

Ok, I think that is it for me. (I'm pooped from typing and typing), but since you are reading this later, I'm headed off to have fun with my club ladies. Hope you have a great day!

15 comments:

Brandi Parshley said...

Wow! Absolute awesomeness! I kept reading trying to find where you bought the box from and then I realized you MADE it! You're so crafty Katie! I love the whole mitten matching theme, and those cookies are just too cute! Now can you send this my way? :)

Heavenly Blessed said...

So super cute!!!!!!! Very creative, everything down to the cookies looks so perfect.... :) :) :)

Toni said...

How fab these are
Im not the best with cookie recipes but I love the theme of the mitten love them Katie

Lisa H. said...

this is beautiful (love the dp!). I just adore any little box done up in a cute little shape. Love how the card matches. TFS!

Mandy said...

Oh. My. Word. This is SO the cutest thing ever! The box and card are so adorable...and THOSE COOKIES!!!! WOW! I just have to try this!! :)

Becky Carafa said...

This is adorable, Katie! I love the mitten theme, and how rustic it looks! And the cookies look just yummy.

Tiff said...

WOW! This is so out of the box and SUPER gorgeous! I have a mitten on my project too!

Ryann said...

I love your project Katie. This is so super fabulous and your cookies look incredible!

JenMarie said...

Oh I LOVE this! AWESOME!

candyf said...

Absolutely adorable! I love the mittens -- now I'm going to have to go and find a mitten cookie cutter so I can case this idea!

Candyf

Charlene Austin (Willow01) said...

Hey Katie! WOW~~is this ever wicked! I love it and those cookies look damn good!!

Cathy said...

Katie, you are AMAZING!
I love your mitten cookie box and your cookies!

Heather said...

Katie- this is sooo nice!! Love it!

Sue said...

Yum...This is great!

Desire Fourie said...

This is a yummylicious creation and so original. Those cookies looks way to gorgeous to be gobbled up. Hugs from Desire

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