Wednesday, November 18, 2020

A Recipe for Gingerbread

This is the third Wednesday of October, which means it is the day that Barb, Kelly, and I reveal our Ready, Set, Go cards. 

Not sure what Ready, Set, Go is? Well, it's a lot of fun! And a bit of creativity. And an extreme challenge theme.

Ready, Set, Go is an idea that Kelly came up with and she invited Barb and I to join her on the adventure. We take turns choosing the theme (this month it's Kelly's turn), but the idea is for it to be a bit more challenging than just the average theme.

This is Kelly's theme...

Gingerbread

Create a card (or project) that FEATURES a gingerbread man/woman. Don't have a stamp? There are digis - some of them free! Next step in the recipe, since gingerbread rises when you bake it, have a raised feature on your card. This can be as easy as glitter glue or Stickles or really fancy like a pop up card - your choice! For the next step, use one of the colors of the word G-I-N-G-E-R-B-R-E-A-D and use that color as your trimming (hairbows, bowties, etc.)

Okay, first... I didn't have a stamp so I went searching. I found a free image that worked for what I had in mind. Chicfetti to the rescue!


I printed it out in the size I wanted and lightly glued it to the back of a piece of brown cardstock. Then I cut it out. I sponged Lawn Fawn Walnut ink around the edges to give it a more finished look (that doesn't show up well in the photos). For my "raised" feature, I used Ranger Liquid Pearls to paint on the white icing accents. The eyes are Glitter Enamel Dots from Eyelet Outlet.

Red buttons are my "R" item.

For my card design I added a circle of red cardstock in an attempt to create the look of the gingerbread on a plate - I'm not sure how well that worked.


I hope Kelly and Barb like my card. Be sure to check out Barb's blog and Kelly's blog to see what they did with this Ready Set Go theme!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Image: Chicetti Gingerbread

Papers: Recollections Brown and Ivory and SU Real Red CS and DP from my scrap file

Dies: Rubbernecker Nested Rectangle Stitch and SU Circles

Other Elements: Eyelet Outlet Glitter Enamel Dots, Foof-a-La Buttons, Lawn Fawn Walnut Ink, and Ranger Liquid Pearls


6 comments:

  1. This is such a sweet card--yes, a pun! I love the smiling little guy--too cute!

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  2. Jeanette your card is so dang cute. I love the piping on the arms of the littlr gingerbread man. Cute image. Great job.

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  3. Aw isn’t he the cutest Gingie with the beautiful piping and the fun buttons! Beautiful paper as an accent piece with the greetings- festive and fun! Thanks for playing along with my Gingerbread theme!

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  4. Adorable! Love your cute gingerbread image along with all of the beautiful details- great job, sweet friend!

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  5. How sweet Jeanette - love your red and brown colour scheme - that is wonderful!
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  6. What a great design with this sweet gingerbread man!! Love the sentiment paper background!

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