Sunday, December 4, 2016

Baking up for the Holidays with Create with TLC

Welcome to a delicious Blog Hop
with images from Create with TLC.

I hope you have arrived here from
and seen her amazing work.

I received this fun image 
and had to make something.

You can grab it to with just the click of your 
right mouse button and save it to you
own computer and make cards with it.

So what is home made? Cookies
and I had to make a batch of chocolate chip
for my grandson.
And of cours a nice tag on the top.
I printed the image on off white paper and colored it with pencil.
The sentiment is also by Create with TLC.
I fastened the tag with a peg on top of the bag.
A ribbon through the whole and some Christmas bells.
Of course I had to make a card too.
For this I printed the image on craft paper
and colored with pencil.
The sentiment is also from Create with TLC
only I colored it with the computer in
Christmas colors.

The background paper with the cups is by Stampin'Up!
and I used the left over piece for the inside of the card.
How about a very easy card? Well, just print the image
and a sentiment on vellum and cut it to size.
then fasten it with brads to the background.
Papers from a dsp block of 6x6 inch.
Left over papers for the inside and a little stamping.
Hope I gave you some inspiration if you have not
enough and need more, go to 

Here you see all the participants
of the blog hop in case you loose your way:

                          Hetty  ->you are here
                  Lisa D
                     Lisa Lynn
                    Rhonda Sue

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!


Daffodil Cards said...

GREAT projects Hetty, absolutely love what you have done with the image and sentiment.

Paulette Creates said...

Wow....such a variety of ideas. I love all of them, especially the tag. Just beautiful. Thank you for being such a magnificent member of the TLC Team.

Kathleen said...

Great coloring, always love your creations!

Edwina said...

Hetty, I love your card and your tag on the cookie bag. Both are great ideas. I am sure your grandson will enjoy the cookies. Love the designer papers you used. Who are they by? Thanks for the freebie. Edwina Brown

Shelly Schmidt said...

Your creativity never disappoints : ) Love the tag, and the coffee paper I am sure was created just for you! I love the coloring on Kraft cardstock so much. And the printing on vellum is a great idea and looks wonderful too! Great projects!

Diana Barnes said...

Your cards are so cute. Love all the background paper. thanks for sharing.

Gail said...

Hetty fabulous job on both cards! TFS Love those papers!

Mel C said...

Great projects, fun image!

Bunny said...

Terrific projects. My group is already screaming for Coca Cola Cake and gingerbread men.

CarlavdM said...

Leuke kaarten Hetty en je kleinzoon zal wel lekker snoepen van de koekjes.

Lisa Lynn said...

Hetty, those are great samples. Love your variety. You are so creative!

Cynthia said...

Fun projects, Hetty! I really like the image on kraft and the coffee cup paper really makes it pop.

April Rogers said...

Cute! TFS
XO Nana

2amscrapper said...

lots of cute ideas, Hetty! Helene

Craftymumz Creations said...

OH WOW! Love the look on Vellum and I really love the idea of the topper/tag! Thank you for sharing! Merry Christmas!

Desire Fourie said...

A wonderful project Hetty.
This will also be perfect for one entry as an anything goes creation for our challenge below.
{ATG with a CREATE WITH TLC Element}
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Beth White said...

Nicely done Hetty! It's so great of you to show us all these different pretty ways to use the same image!

Laura said...

Sweet treat bag with the darling image from Create with TLC! thanks to them for allowing you to share the image, too! Your card and treat bag decorations are so sweet! Thanks so much for sharing!

Maxine D said...

What a great image Hetty and I love how you have used it so often on your projects, and in so many differing ways. Love the Calories don't count at Christmas quote :-)

Cindy Keller said...

Great ideas! Thanks for sharing--and to Paulette for the great image!