Baking Up Some Sweet Memories With You
WARNING...photo HEAVY! So with that said, I'll try and keep the text to a minimum because I really wanted to share more photos! Today's post is for the newest Die Cut Challenge at Stuck on U Sketches.
The newest challenge...
"What are you baking for the holidays?"!
How fun! And I just so happened to have this great set of photos from cookie baking last year! I can't believe how big my little Cody is already...ah! Here's the double layout together.
Mama Daddy, Mama Daddy, Mama Daddy...as Cody would say! LOL!
Ok I am so very excited about my ginger folks! =) My muy talented sister came over and drew the faces for me. She an incredible artist and my greatest wish is to get her and her daughter into crafting with me. But time is tight for the working family. =(
The jar comes from From My Kitchen, I cut the top off and put it a bit open...the Gingerbread Baby obviously a bit surprised from having been caught with his hand in the cookie jar! LOL!
Under the photo of me I have another photo of the cookies we made. Files and mitten are from From My Kitchen as well (all file cuts, these and the mini ones are from that cart). Chip letters from Target's $1 bin and small square letters by Echo Park.
The candy cane hearts, the candy canes (I didn't but you may want to remember to flip one of the candy canes to make this, LOL!). I believe these are from Christmas Cheer. And this poor Gingerbread Girl, well she's a lil' upset cause someone gave her a nibble...ouch!
One more Gingerbread Boy, his awful happy! With his pink painted cheeks (thanks to Worn Lipstick distress ink). Rolling pin from the same kitchen cart as the other cuts.
And the end of the title with the rest of the letters. Also shows the twine I used, a bundle that I got for $1 at Big Lots. All the paper is by DCWV. I believe I may have used sheets from 2 years worth of holiday paper stacks. I also did some inking with Frayed Burlap and Walnut Stain on all the cuts and the paper edges.
Ah, long post! But thanks for sticking with me! This was WAY fun to put together! =)