TE Baker's Dozen Studio Challenge - October


Hello! Happy Tuesday! Welcome to the October Baker's Dozen Studio Challenge. This is an opportunity for us to share what makes our stamping studios hum. Each month we will have a fun, crafty question so we can share our favorites, some tips and tricks, stamping advice and more.

The theme for October is:

Good things come in small packages! The holiday season is upon us and between Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hannukah, and Christmas there are a ton of opportunities to create and give little treats, gifts, and party favors. Please show us something you'll be giving this year.



I decided to make some treats for Sabrina's teachers and paras. I made a batch of snickerdoodle blondies and packaged them up in Mini Kraft Bakery Bags. I made a tag to add to each bag using Cuppie in the Kitchen. I used Label Stacklets 1 to create my layered tag, some patterned paper from the Art Angel collection (Cosmo Cricket). The sentiments are from Many Minis - Holidays, stamped onto a Fly Your Flag 2 die cut. I stamped, colored, pieced and cut out my images, then I added them to the tags with foam tape. Here are a couple different versions of the tags that I made:


And, in case you're interested, here is a closer look at the snickerdoodle blondies. These turned out so moist and yummy - I'll be adding them to my permanent recipe file! I used this recipe by the Brown Eyed Baker.


These are the Taylored Expressions stamps and dies that I used today:





Please be sure to visit the rest of the Baker's Dozen to see their take on the studio challenge:


Thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies from the TE store:


Stamps: Cuppie in the Kitchen, Many Minis - Holidays  (Taylored Expressions)
Paper: Art Angel (Cosmo Cricket), Choice Buttercream (Taylored Expressions), Kraft (PTI)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko), Vintage Photo Distress (Ranger)
Accessories: Taylored Dies: Label Stacklets 1, Fly Your Flag 2 (Taylored Expressions), Markers (Copic), Brass eyelets (WRMK), Natural Burlap Twine (May Arts), Hemp cord, Chino pearls, Red pearls (Kaisercraft), Foam tape, Thread, Sewing machine.

15 comments:

  1. I should not be blog hopping on an empty tummy today haha!! How delish! Love the treat bags and your adorable tags! Wow!!

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  2. These are adorable! I love this cuppie set and your fabulous tags and gift bags. Wonderful projects!

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  3. Ya'll are making me hungry! First of all---those little tags are amazing...each detail, including the coloring, is perfection....Second of all...those treats look great too :)

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  4. This makes for a darling little gift!

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  5. Hi Stephanie! SOOOOOOOOO cute! Love your choice of papers and colors. So homey and pretty! Great project. I'm hungry now! XOXOX

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  6. cute idea and those little fun stamps are perfect and sweet sentiment. Great gift idea.

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  7. Ooo! Just beautiful and tasty too! Lovely! Kim

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  8. Ohhh Soo Darling and Yummy Stephanie! Love the Sweet tags you created for your bakery bags and the Snickerdoodle Blondies look Scrumptious!! Will definitely have try the recipe! 8-)

    Hugs
    Shannon

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  9. How absolutely darling, Steph! I love cuppie, so this one went straight to my heart...and stomach because those blondies look SOOOO GOOOOD! XOXO

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  10. okay you made my mouth water! lol. And what a fabulous way to package and give them out. Love this!

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  11. Oooooh yummy treats!
    And how cute are those tags!

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  12. Cute tags Stephanie! Your treats look scrumptious!

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  13. Love love those very cool tags with that fun little image :)

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  14. Just adorable, Stephanie!! I LOVE the packaging!! And what's inside looks so yummy!!

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  15. Super cute tags...those blondies look delicious! :)

    Hugs~

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