Friday, November 4, 2011

Cookie Thank You cards

A little while back, my neighbor's son was selling those frozen cookie dough tubs. You know the $15 ones that are pre-formed and oh-so-yummy? Anyway, she wanted to include some thank you notes when passing out the orders of cookies. I couldn't help but make cookie shaped cards! :)

I used the cookie from Sesame Street Friends and sized the shadow layer to 4 1/4" high. I created a shaped card base  by welding it on my Gypsy. I cut the card base and the top cookie layer from Kraft cardstock and cut the blackout layer from chocolate brown cardstock.

Adding Glossy Accents to the chocolate chips really helps then stand out and look yummy. The more layers of Glossy Accents you add, the more dimension the chocolate chips will have.

I like to weld shadows to create shaped cards, but I hate the flat spot that the fold creates, so I always cut another layer for the card front to cover it.

The inside is stamped using a TPC "Greetings" stamp set and Tuxedo Black Memento ink.

I made a dozen of these cards. I hope that's enough, but they really are super easy to recreate if need be... that's another reason why I love my Gypsy.

Tuesday Throwdown: Thank you card
Cooking with Cricut : Cookies or Cookie Monster


Carrie K said...

What cute cards!! I love that cookie dough! I usually eat more raw than I do baked! (Darn! Now I am hingry for some cookie dough!)

Pat N. said...

Good job Cheryl. They're such sweet cards!--Pat N.

Dixie said...

These are great! The perfect idea for thank you's for this, and won't his customers be thrilled. I love the glossy chocolate chips.

Deborah said...

What a great thank you card and so appropriate too. I like your tip about cutting an extra piece to hide the fold thanks for sharing that idea.

Unknown said...

Okay, now I am hungry!Glossy Accents are perfect on these! Thanks for joining in on the Tuesday Throwdown this week.

Nita said...

These are just so clever! I love how they look like real cookies - so yummy. :) Thanks so much for joining is at CWC this week.

Madison said...

Such a sweet and clever idea. What a smart crafter you are!! TFS and thanks for joining us this week at Cooking With Cricut.
~Madison CWC DT

Felicia - Scrapper in the Making said...

What a cute yummy way to say Thank You. Love these. Thanks for playing with us at CWC. Smooches... Sous Chef Feli'

Unknown said...

Very cute - great idea! Thanks for joining us this week at Cooking with Cricut :)

Charlotte said...

These are sooo cute. Thanks for joining CWC.

Dalis said...

cheryl, those cards could not have been more appropriate! I also do the extra layer to cover the mis-shape of welding forms together. It is a good trick.

Thanks for playing w/ us at Cooking With Cricut! Our new challenge is up, so come and join us!

-- dalis

Adrian said...

so cool, great job!

Jen said...

Mmmm . . . COOKIES! (As my friend Cookie Monster would say!) They look delicious and certainly make a super cute thank you card, Cheryl. Thanks for linking up at Cooking With Cricut this week.

~ Jen, CWC Design Team