Category: Cookie Cutter Builder Punch

Cookie Cutter Baby

I have another Cookie Cutter Christmas card for you today……………. but it’s not a card for Christmas. A friend asked if I would make a new baby card for her niece who is due to have a baby boy any day now and this is what I came up with.

I started with a Whisper White panel which I stamped using the textured background stamp from the You’ve Got This stamp set in Crumb Cake ink. This is such a useful stamp for adding the illusion of dimension without any of the bulk. I stamped the little Inuit baby from the Cookie Cutter Christmas Stamp set using Momento Tuxedo Black ink onto a scrap piece of Whisper White and coloured it with Pool Party, Soft Sky and Crumb Cake markers before punching it out with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. The Sentiment from the Baby Bear stamp set was stamped in Pool Party ink as were the scattering of stars from the Forever Evergreen stamp set. I rounded the top right hand corner with the Project Life Corner Rounder before adding the panel to a layer of Pool Party cardstock with the same rounded corner. The whole piece was then added to a Crumb Cake card base. Gorgeous and luckily my friend loved it……..

While I had the set out I also made a baby girl version to add to my stash.

I stamped the little Inuit again using Momento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured her with Pink Pirouette, Flirty Flamingo and Smoky Slate markers before punching her out with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. I painted a light wash on the Whisper White background panel using a Smoky Slate inkpad and an aquapainter. This adds additional texture to the background. I placed the punched piece on top using dimensionals and stamped some stars from the Forever Evergreen stamp set in Pink Pirouette Ink. I wrapped some pink and white Baker’s Twine from my stash near the bottom of the panel before stamping the sentiment from the Baby Bear stamp set in Pink Pirouette ink. I layered this piece onto a panel of Smoky Slate cardstock rounding all 4 corners of both layers with the Project Life Corner Rounder. I added the panel to a Pink Pirouette card base. Such a sweet card.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog, hope you like the projects. See you again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used
Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set
Baby Bear stamp set
Forever Evergreen Stamp set
You’ve Got This stamp set
Cookie Cutter Builder Punch
Whisper White cardstock
Pool Party cardstock
Crumb Cake cardstock
Pink Pirouette cardstock
Smoky Slate cardstock
Crumb Cake inkpad
Pink Pirouette inkpad
Pool Party inkpad
Smoky Slate inkpad
Momento Tuxedo Black ink
Crumb Cake marker
Pool Party Marker
Soft Sky marker
Pink Pirouette marker
Flirty Flamingo marker
Smoky Slate marker
Project Life Corner Rounder
Aquapainter
Stampin Scrub and Stampin mist
Stampin Trimmer
Acrylic blocks C, G and E
Baker’s Twine
Scissors
Bone Folder
Dimensionals
Tombow Liquid Adhesive
Envelopes

Cookie Cutter Gingerbread Family

I have been making some Christmas cards recently and I thought I would share a couple of them with you today. I used the, oh so popular, Cookie Cutter Christmas and the gorgeous gingerbread man.

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I stamped 3 gingerbread men in Early Espresso ink onto Crumb Cake cardstock and punched them out with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. I dressed them up with bows in Real Red and So Saffron and a bow-tie in Soft Sky ink stamped onto Soft Sky cardstock and added them to a Whisper White layer with Dimensionals. I added the tiny snowflake from the Star of Light stamp set. The sentiment, from the Stitched With Cheer stamp set was stamped in Early Espresso and die cut with the Big Shot using the Bunch of Banners framelit dies. The upper right corner of the Whisper White piece was rounded using a We R Memory Keepers ½” corner rounder and added to a panel of Soft Sky cardstock, which also had a rounded corner. The whole piece was added to Thick Whisper White card base, yes I also rounded the top right corner and to finished I added a Basic Rhinestone to each of the little girl’s hair bows. Such a charming card.

1-dscf8272For the second card I stamped the gingerbread people in Early Espresso onto Whisper White cardstock and punched them out with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. I stamped the large splatter stamp from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set in Pool Party ink onto a panel of Whisper White, I think it looks a little like a map….. and added the gingerbread people either side.  I mounted the piece onto a panel of Pool Party cardstock and added it using Tombow to a Thick Whisper White card base. I rounded the upper right and lower left corners of all the pieces using the Project Life Corner Rounder. As a final touch I added a Red Glimmer paper bow and buttons for the bit of sparkle. The sentiment comes from the retired set Festival of Trees and was stamped in Pool Party ink. Love it

Thank you so much for visiting my blog, hope you like the projects. See you again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used
Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set
Star of Light stamp set
Stitched With Cheer Stamp set
Gorgeous Grunge stamp set
Cookie Cutter Builder Punch
Bunch of Banners Framelit dies
Thick Whisper White cardstock
Whisper White cardstock
Soft Sky cardstock
Pool Party cardstock
Red Glimmer Paper
Early Espresso inkpad
Soft Sky inkpad
Pool Party inkpad
Prodject Life Corner Rounder
Big Shot + Magnetic Platform
Stampin Scrub and Stampin mist
Stampin Trimmer
Acrylic blocks C, B and E
Basic Rhinestones
Scissors
Bone Folder
Paper Piercer
Dimensionals
Tombow Liquid Adhesive
Envelopes

Cookie Cutter Christmas Class

October went by so quickly I forgot to show the projects the ladies made during the October classes. We used the fabulous Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set and the co-ordinating Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. This bundle has turned out to be so popular.

crafty-rootes.com - Stampin Up Cookie Cutter Christmas
crafty-rootes.com – Stampin Up Cookie Cutter Christmas

For the first card we stamped the sweet little Rudolph image using Crumb Cake ink on Crumb Cake cardstock. We rounded the top right corner using the Project Life Corner Rounder. The panel was then added to a Real Red cardstock layer with a rounded upper right corner and the whole piece added to a Thick Whisper White card base. A piece of retired Bermuda Bay dsp was added – you could use the current Brights Designer Paper Stack – to the front of the card. We stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set in Real Red ink onto a strip of Whisper White cardstock and added this onto the Bermuda Bay piece. The Rudolph image was stamped again in Crumb Cake onto a scrap of Whisper White and punched using the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch along with the small bow which was stamped in Bermuda Bay ink and added using Tombow adhesive. The Gold Wink of Stella Pen gave Rudolph shimmery antlers and we gave him a Red Glimmer red nose. A small Red Glimmer star was punched out using the Star Confetti Punch and added to the sentiment.

1-dscf8253For the second card we embossed a piece of Real Red Cardstock using the Cable Knit Embossing Folder, this gives such a cool 3D effect, gorgeous. The gingerbread people were stamped in Crumb Cake and Early Espresso ink onto Crumb Cake cardstock and punched out using the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. We stamped the bows in Real Red and Bermuda Bay onto scraps of Whisper White before punching. 2 of the punched Red Glimmer stars were added as buttons to the Crumb Cake image. The gingerbread people were added to a Delicate White Doily. The sentiment was stamped in Bermuda Bay ink onto Whisper White cardstock and added to the bottom of the card…….gorgeous.

1-dscf8254The 3rd project is a hanging gift card holder which will look great on the Christmas Tree. The gift card is die cut using the Gift Card Envelope Framelit and the Big Shot. We stamped all over the die cut piece using the snowflake stamp from the Perpetual Birthday Calendar stamp set and 2nd generation Bermuda Bay ink. The Santa image was stamped in Archival Basic Black ink and coloured in using Real Red, Blushing Bride and Basic Black markers. The buckle was added with the Gold Wink of Stella Pen before punching out the image with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. We die cut a circle from Pool Party Cardstock and a scalloped circle from Real Red cardstock using the Layered Circle Dies. The Pool Party circle was stamped with 2nd generation Bermuda Bay ink before adding to the Real Red layer and the santa added with dimensionals. The Top flap of the gift card holder was punched with the ¼” Hand Held Punch, Linen Thread looped though with a strip of Gold Sequin Trim added for a bit of bling. We added a strip of retired gold washi tape and some punched Red Glimmer stars.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. Hope you like the project I shared and that you will drop by again soon

Mo x

Supplies used
Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set
Perpetual Birthday Calendar stamp set
Crumb Cake cardstock
Thick Whisper White Cardstock
Real Red Cardstock
Pool Party Cardstock
Red Glimmer Paper
Brights Designer Series Paper Stack
Crumb Cake Ink pad
Real Red Ink pad
Bermuda Bay Ink pad
Archival Basic Black Ink pad
Early Espresso Ink pad
Real Red Marker
Basic Black marker
Blushing Bride marker
Cookie Cutter Builder Punch
Project Life Corner Rounder
Star Confetti Punch
¼” Hand Held Punch
Cable Knit Embossing Folder
Gold Wink of Stella Pen
Delicate White Doilies
Linen Thread
Gold Sequin Trim
Stampin Scrub and Stampin mist
Stampin Trimmer
Big Shot with the Big Shot Platform and 2 Cutting Plates
Gift Card Envelope and Trims Thinlits
Layering Circles Dies
Acrylic blocks A, C and D
Scissors
Bone Folder
Tombow adhesive
Dimensionals
Envelopes

Cookie Cutter Mummy

So, trawling through my stamp sets looking for inspiration this morning – I need to make a get well card for a friend having surgery – my eye was caught by the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set. I bought this set on a whim as I have loved using the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set and the co-ordinating Cookie Cutter Builder punch and the punch goes with the Halloween set as well………what’s not to like. However, in the UK we are really not big on Halloween so this set has been sitting on the shelf gathering dust.  But, the little mummy image wrapped in bandages seemed perfect for a get well card.

1-dscf8277For the first card I used a Thick Whisper White card base and stamped the little mummy image from the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set using Basic Black Archival ink onto a scrap of Whisper White and punched it out with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. I then took my Smoky Slate inkpad and an Aquapainter and added some shadows to the bandages, really simple but so effective, then I coloured the little face with a Blushing Bride marker pen.

1-dscf8278I cut a panel of Whisper White cardstock and stamped the sentiment from the Designer Tin of Cards stamp set in Watermelon Wonder ink. I stamped the a cluster of small stars using a stamp from the  same set using the same inkpad on the top right and bottom left of the panel and adhered the mummy image on top with Tombow liquid adhesive. Using the Project Life Corner Rounder I rounded the top left and bottom right corners and mounted this whole piece onto a panel of Island Indigo card stock. I added this panel to the card base over to the left side with Stampin Dimensionals and slid three thin scraps of card – Watermelon Wonder, Island Indigo and Garden Green -with banner ends underneath for some added interest. I loved how this card turned out.

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For the 2nd card and stamped the mummy in Basic Black Archival in the bottom right hand corner of a piece of Whisper White cardstock and coloured it in the same way as the previous card. I added a little Smoky Slate to the bottom of the stamped image to ‘ground’ it. The sentiment is from the My Hero stamp set and is stamped in Watermelon Wonder ink. Using the Cookie Cutter Builder punch and a scrap of Watermelon Wonder cardstock I punched out a tiny heart and added it to the image with a dab of Tombow liquid adhesive before mounting the whole panel onto the Tip Top Taupe card base. I really love all the white space on this card.

1-dscf8281For the 3rd card I stamped, punched and coloured the image in exactly the same way as for the 1st card. I then stamped the umbrella image from the My Hero stamp set using Perfect Plum ink onto Whisper White cardstock and added the handle in Basic Black Archival ink.  I stamped the handle again on a scrap of Whisper White and fussy cut the end with a pair of scissors before adhering it to the mummy’s hand and adding the mummy to the stamped panel with Tombow Liquid Adhesive. I mounted the stamped panel onto a layer of Perfect Plum cardstock before adding it to the Tip Top Taupe card base. As a final touch I added a little Smoky Slate ink with an Aquapainter so that he was dangling in mid-air. Loved this card also.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. Hope you like the projects I have shared and that you will drop by again soon

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp Sets
Cookie Cutter Halloween, Designer Tin of Cards, My Hero
Cardstock
Thick Whisper White, Whisper White, Tip Top Taupe, Perfect Plum, Watermelon Wonder, Island Indigo, Garden Green
Whisper White Envelopes
Inkpads/markers
Basic Black Archival, Smoky Slate, Watermelon Wonder, Perfect Plum, Blushing Bride
Tools
Stampin Trimmer, Cookie Cutter Builder Punch, Stampin Scrub + Stampin Mist, Project Life Corner Rounder, Scissors, Bone Folder, Clear blocks D, C and A
Tombow Liquid Adhesive, Stampin Dimensionals