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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Including Stamped Cookies

Another project we made at my recent stamp class was this cute little "yum" pocket bag to hold a gift of cookies. I even provided the cookies stamped with our cookie stamp!

Recipes are included when you purchase our Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps. The Holidays set of silicone stamps includes a jack-o-lantern face, a snowflake and a heart. Each set comes with a wooden handle and the silicone slips over the flat end. So easy! And the dough doesn't stick to the silicone stamps. The photo below shows off the cookies.

The above sample was made with paper from the Brights Collection Designer Series Paper Stacks, but we used Real Red and the Old Olive papers from the Polka Dot Parade dsp for the class. I didn't have enough of the Polka Dot Parade in those colors for everyone at my class. We colored the leaves on the "Yum" stamped image with a blender pen and Old Olive ink. I did use up some of my old retired ribbon on this project.

The dsp was cut 6" x 9¾", then scored and folded 3" up from the bottom. Using the Stampin' Trimmer, we cut off ½" on each side above the scored line so we could adhere the remaining flaps to the back. The Extra Large Oval Punch made a perfect "handle" and the ribbon just dressed it up. The idea for this project came from page 10 of the Holiday Catalog.

Products Used:
Friendship Preserves stamp set (4), W 127910, $21.95; C 127913, $16.95
Brights Collection Designer Series Paper Stack (40 12" x12" sheets), 117155, $21.95 OR
Polka Dot Parade 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper (12), 126902, $10.95
Whisper White 8½" x 11" card stock (40), 100730, $8.50
Real Red Classic Stampin' Pad, 126949, $5.95
Old Olive Classic Stampin' Pad, 126953, $5.95
Blender Pens (3), 102845, $9.95
Window Frames Collection Framelits Dies (6), 129021, $26.95
Extra-Large Oval Punch, 119859, $16.95
Stampin' Trimmer, 126889, $29.95
4" x 6" Cellophane Bags (50), 102757, $4.50

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