I have a little wall hanging I created to remember some sweet cookie baking memories! The cousins got together last year to make their own gingerbread houses. It was quite a mess, with candy falling all over the floor and frosting in every crevice.....but the memories we made were worth any mess that had been made.
I used my Cricut, Lite Jolly Holidays, and the Gingerbread cartridge.
I used Jolly Holidays to cut an extra large house to encase my photo collage. It was cut at 8". The roof was heavily glittered : )
The little gingerbread people were cut at 2" and liquid applique was used for the frosting. And once again, glitter was sprinkled on. I added a couple of holly leaves and berries to dress up my cookies. A pink paper straw and some lace were added to finish off the bottom of the house.
I love to customize my pearls with any color, using Copic markers.
Today is going to be crazy busy! Cort has therapy after school and then we are headed to our annual cheerleading dinner/grab bag. The girls love getting together.....especially when there are presents involved!
I am a bit behind on crafting lately, as the holidays are fast approaching. But I'm okay with it. The holidays only come once a year, and I want to enjoy them.
I'm off to school for crazy hat and sock day!
(LOVE spirit week!)
this is an adorable layout Michele!! The gingerbread people are so cute!!
I especially like the straw
& Copic customized eyes.
Enjoy your family, crafting can wait
This is just a stinkin' cute project and what a way to remember the fun baking time with cousins! What a great idea :)
Beautiful project! And thanks for the tip about coloring the pearls. I should've thought of that! Great idea!
Love this!! Have a wonderful holiday!
Wow this is so cute! Great idea TFS!
Happy Holidays to you and your family!
Not sure how I missed this one but I loooove it! I'm going to feature it on the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge blog for tomorrow's Scrappin Saturday!
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