Thursday, May 22, 2008

Just for a laugh

This was created for lvmommy and Elizabeth as a bit of a joke after their fun comments that the button paper looked like cookies. Just for fun I scanned in and extracted a cookie (choc chip no less LOL), and made a couple of papers with it, two coordinating plain papers, an alpha and a brush (plus the png file). The reason being I am actually going to use it for a layout with some photos of the kids making cookies. I hope someone else can use it also. You can grab it here, and I would love to see any layouts.
Thank you K for the really lovely comments you left with the leather frames. And thank you to all that do leave comments. I do read them all, and I love to hear what people think of stuff, or have a laugh at a shared experience. I don’t think it matters where we live we all have shared experiences or hopes. The comments people leave really do mean a lot and encourage me to keep sharing anything I make. So thank you back to those that take the time to leave a message. I have even learned something – Ann Onimous (love that name) let me know that the bracket mat shape is actually a “quatrefoil”, I was very impressed. There you go – now you can all go and use the word in a sentence today.
Best wishes,


LVMommy22 said...

WAHOOOO! cookie papers!!! AND an alpha, too! ty ty ty! now i have to make cookies with my kids. we usually bake apple pies, so this will be fun! i wonder how many of the chocolate chips will make it into the dough? or how much of the dough will make it onto the cookie sheet, for that matter, lol!

Vicki said...

LOL about the cookie paper! I LOVE that idea! Did you make the cookie you scanned in? And what concerns me the most is that the choc chips would melt on the scanner and make a real mess!! Who ever heard of scanning a cookie? It's crazy madness, but totally worth it! Thanks for sharing Erika! Hugs x

Erika said...

The choc chips didn't melt, but I was very careful to get rid of the crumbs because I am sure my husband would have me certified LOL !

Maria said...

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Brenda said...

So now I have to take pics of my kids making cookies just so I can use these cute papers & alpha. :) Thanks for sharing!