Introductions & Frankenflips
Starting here with the Espresso Chip dough. I made a sweater from a rectangle, a small circle and a few trims. Also made the palatte for the jeans from the rectangle, just trimmed to match the width of the sweater for aesthetics.
Well. They are already super cute fresh out of the oven...
Let the decorating begin.
The leopard print was created using a wet on wet technique.
I've been experimenting with texture and decided to do something different on this set.
I suppose this is a rustic approach.
More details. More decorating.
Love love love how the boots came out...
These were actually created from the high heel cutter I made for my MIL's birthday set last year. You can see that post and how I created the cutter HERE.
These came together pretty quickly as you can probably feel.
Let the gold begin!!
I added some pretty pale gold shimmer to the textured background cookes.
I painted bronze gold on the sweater prints *SO CUTE*
The purse and shoes also get gold accents!!
Details. Details. Details.
The "C" was painted in the same gold/bronze as the sweater.
I LOVE that gold/bronze. It's soooo pretty.
Bagged & Beautiful