January 26, 2007

Paper Linzer Cookies with Glaze Filling

Hee, hee... so fun! This was inspired by the Linzer cookies on the cover of the Feb issue of Martha Stewart Living magazine.
Here is my "recipe":
A Muse HH Scallop Heart, A Muse Sweet Holiday Wishes, Post- it notes, SU Confetti Tan and Pretty in Pink cardstock, Giga Scallop Square Punch, Versamark, White Embossing Powder, Mulberry and Crimson Red Prismacolor markers, Rose Sakura Glaze Pen, Maroon Fluid Chalk ink, Dimensionals.
Stamp heart on post-it note twice and trim (omitting the scallop edge). Punch two squares of tan cardstock. Stick post-it hearts in center of scallop squares. Stamp Versamark directly on scallop squares. Sprinkle white embossing powder over each square and tap/smudge to remove excess. Hold square with tweezers and heat with embossing tool. Allow to cool. Remove post-it notes to expose heart shape. Color hearts with markers and glaze pen. Allow to dry. Stamp sentiment and attach "cookies" with dimensionals on pink card.

9 comments:

Sarah Vrolyk said...

Another wonderfully creative design, Emily! These look good enough to eat! :)

diane mcvey said...

Wow, you are just amazing! These really look like cookies! I am forever impressed with your creativity...what a joy to come to your blog! :)

Kristen said...

This is great! I just saw this magazine at the grocery store and this looks just like it!

Michelle M White said...

How great!!! I have that very issue and never thought about it as a stamp!

Sarah Moore said...

Super clever! I love this!!

Stamper Gail said...

How very clever. These little gems look so realistic and yummy enough to take a nibble. I love to see how other folks use their creative minds when designing cards and scrapbook pages. This is just about the most creative thing I've ever seen.

Scoopy's mom said...

Oh, so clever; they look good enough to eat!

Michelle said...

Wow what a great idea!! I love linzer cookies...I MUST make this card!!! I never would have thought of this idea.

AnneMarie said...

oh my- just awesome!
off to figure this out with my things!