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Monday Challenge 10/8 - Baking

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This is a scrap for my grandson. I call it "The Great Cookie Caper".

 

Journaling: You and your mother baked Halloween Cookies for your school class. You were so thrilled about it, because it was going to be a surprise, and you talked your mother into adding a scary spider to the design. The cookies were a hit with all of your classmates - The great “Cookie Caper” was a success!

 

Kit: October 2012 Scrapgirls Member Club, SNU FleaMarket Papers and embellishments


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How adorable! Those cookies look so great and delicious too. :) I love the collection you used, it's beautiful all together, and I like the faint blended photo in the background -- I didn't notice it at first glance so it was a great surprise when I saw it! Nice layout!

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This is adorable! I love the design - very classic, and the blended photo adds a wonderful dimension. And the cookies are a work of art! Thanks for joining in this week's Monday challenge!

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Fabulous! I love the composition of your layout - the photo's are so cute and I just love how you've used the Flea Market Collection! Wonderful layout!

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Great biscuits, particularly like the arial view and how it works so well as an embellishment. I will try and take a similar picture next time I make biscuits with my daughter.

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Looks like they had an assembly line going! The cookies are wonderfully spooky - the spider and her web were an inspired addition. And I also like the blended background photo - I missed it until I read Laurel's comment. Great layout!

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Love the close-up of the cookie! Great memory -- lot of work invested this day for DGS's class! Excellent layout -- love the journaling.

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