Unique little Christmas tree decorations, felt gingerbread muffins and snow cupcakes. The gingerbreads smell so good, they are dusted with spicy snow flurries and dabbed with a little bit of gingerbread oil.
Close-up of each as I was packing them away
Just a few of each, as I like to have a variety of different items for sale on my market table.
As noted in my last post, I have been making a lot of felt items for Saturday's market. They were hard to photograph, or maybe I was just tired when I was trying.
Snow cones ... I had some of these cardboard cones, and the idea came to me, to make some snow cones. I think they came out great, lightly dusted with iridescent flakes to look like snow. This first photo is of one popped up in the cellophane tape holder to dry - do not look at the mess surrounding the actual cone, please?
An even messier shot - good to see I was only drinking water ....
Last one, of the four I made, as I said, hard to photograph
Gingerbread muffins and snow cupcake photos tomorrow
As promised, here are the three cards I made last Saturday. The first two used Darkroom Door Wilderness Photo Chips as the background.
This first one, is a real favourite, I love the "Grey Nomads, Together Forever" Wooden button from Up In Annie's Room. Available instore
I think this is a real peaceful card. the combination of the button and the beautiful background photo chip works!
This next one, I used a Darkroom Door Motorcycle stamp, which I then cut around and mounted over the Photo Chip
Finally a start on Christmas Cards. This features another new Sleigh wooden button (available in store). Santa peeking out of the window to ensure his sleigh full of presents were still there?
I have so many new buttons in store, that making cards for Christmas should be easy. Now all I need is the time to make them!