Hey there, friends!  Missy here today.  I'm so excited to be kicking off a fun month of crafty trends we all know and love.  The Craft Team will be sharing a new trend each day this month, so keep checking back and see what each day has in store!

The trend I'm playing with today is Mixed Media.  I absolutely love playing with inks, paints, modeling paste, gesso...anything wet and messy!  With Spring coming soon, I decided to create a super bright and bold layout.  I love creating my own backgrounds.  To do this, I used a stencil, modeling paste, a stamp, distress inks and water.  It looks complicated, but really it isn't.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts Trend Mixed Media Layout

Supplies Used: Twirly Girly--Sentiments Mini Stickers TG14EB05, Tags Mini Stickers TG14EB04, Enamel Hearts TG14EB07, Piggy Tails TG140S12; Scrumptious--Home Sweet Home SC140S02, New Harvest SC140S10, Autumn Haze SC140S06, Check Please SC140S09, Mini Stickers SC14EB06, Sentiments Mini Stickers SC14EB07, Journal Tags SC14EB03, Sticker Sheet SC14EB02, Die Cut Tags SC14EB04, Mini Brads SC14EB08; Jolly Good--Alpha Stickers JG14EB02, Banners Mini Stickers JG14EB05, Mini Brads JG14EB08, Snow Play JG140S09, Happy New Year JG140S12; Other--cardstock, Liquitex Gesso, Golden Modeling Paste, Tim Holtz Distress Inks, Shimmerz Coloringz, Brother Sewing Machine, Coats Thread, Ranger Archival Ink, October Afternoon Date Stamp, Sharpie Pen, pop dots, washi tape

Here's how I created this background.

1.  After coating my entire page with clear gesso, I used a palette knife to smudge white gesso over a triangle stencil.  After letting that dry, I took the banner shaped stamp from the Scrumptious collection and used various colors of distress inks to stamp it in a rainbow color scheme.

Scrumptious Stamps

Since distress inks react and blend with water, I knew these would be the best to use so I could create a watercolor effect.

2.  After stamping the shapes, I simply dabbed my finger into some water and started smudging a little.  I love that you can see some of the triangles and some of them blend in to the background.  I love this look, so I kept smudging.


Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts Trend Mixed Media Layout technique


3.  After the cardstock dried, I started going through my Chickaniddy collections to choose papers and embellishments that coordinated with all of those bright colors.  I pulled items from Scrumptious, Jolly Good and Twirly Girly.  I wanted to continue the rainbow effect at the bottom, so I tried to include something of each color...die cuts, brads, stickers and stitching.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts Trend Mixed Media Layout close-up


4.  I continued adding embellishments and choosing papers to layer under my photo.  Here a few of the pieces I pulled from:


Scrumptious stickers



Jolly Good Alpha Stickers



Twirly Girly enamels


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5.  I punched some hearts from patterned papers and stitched through them...I love creating little clusters like this.  It allows for another grouping of all the rainbow colors.

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6. Finally, I added some machine stitching in the bold turquoise color.  Here you can really see the bold orange and how the triangles create such great texture and interest.

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I hope this inspires you to give Mixed Media a try.  It's really fun, and it's always an experiment...you never know what your background is going to look like until you start playing around with different mediums.  There are different types of paints and inks to play with...even gelatos!

Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a great day!


Crafter Spotlight

Hey friends! Today is spotlight day and we are excited to feature Stacy D. I found her on instagram and fell in love with her style and use of patterns. Each layout is very unique from another and I can't wait for you to see them! She used the Scrumptious Collection for her three pages. Let's get to know Stacy.

Stacy D
"I started making scrapbook layouts back in 2000 to document my wedding. I continued on with classic Creative Memories doing two page layouts exclusively. Lately, I find myself only creating single page designs or pocket style pages to document the adventures of a family of six!  My husband and I have moved our family back to our home state of Minnesota after living in Southern California for thirteen years. Our four children range in age from 13 to age 2.  I work full time as an elementary teacher. I love to read, travel, take pictures, and scrapbook in my free time.   Life is busy, but never too busy to take time to create pretty paper projects!"
Snow Happy
Stacy D Chickaniddy Crafts Spotlight Layout 1
"I love the burst paper, Nutmeg, from the Scrumptious Collection.  I wanted to create a snowball splat to emphasize the snowy picture.  I traced the rays of the burst, cut them from white cardstock, stitched them for texture, and added a few snowflakes.  To add to the feel of a snowball I sprayed white mist to the background before adhering all of the layers.  As the title says, my son is literally "snow happy" to taste each fresh snowfall in Minnesota!"
Hello Family
Stacy D Chickaniddy Crafts Spotlight Layout 2
"The Scrumptious Autumn watercolored striped paper was the perfect match for these large diecut words used to describe our family photo shoot.  I paired the Scrumptious sentiment stickers with our family photos to fill the letters.  I wanted to add to the watercolor feel that the Autumn paper has by adding similar tone watercolor splatters within the area of the stripe on the white cardstock.  I absolutely love how this page turned out with the gorgeous paper!"
All Star Football
Stacy D Chickaniddy Crafts Spotlight Layout 3
"The Scrumptious Nutmeg paper side B stars was a great match to document my son's fifth grade all star football team from last summer.  I diecut a star grid pattern to add a varied star layer to the background paper.  I backed several stars to match with the team colors.  I used the Jolly Good Collection, Holly Jolly paper, as it provided perfect looking "grass" stars and the "Remember This" pocket card is from side B of Holly Jolly.  To add to the layers, I cut the arrow on the Remember This card to make it slide over the photo.  The football word is from the Scrumptious sentiment sticker sheet. Next, I added black mist drops and Chickaniddy enamel stars and dots to provide movement and interest around the page.  I finished by adding my journaling on a few star outlines."

Thanks to Stacy for letting us put her in the spotlight!!

Good day to my dearest Chickaniddy Crafts friends!:D So excited to share a Pinterest inspired card today!


Inspiration piece

Image courtesy of Paper & Lace, Decor8Blog

 I was really inspired by handmade flowers recently and so decided to create a flower as the centrepiece of my card. 

Cassandra Chen Chickaniddy Crafts Pinterest Inspired a
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Here's how this card was created:

 1.Measuring 4x6", I first layered them with the Twirly Girly Collection.

2. Then I created a small pocket using vellum and hid it behind the doily.

3. Lastly, I alternated the flower centrepiece with doily and crepe paper to create more dimension. To learn how to create this handmade flower, you may drop by the tutorial on my blog!


SuppliesTwirly Girly Collection -Grandma's Quilt(TG14OS10), PiggyTails(TG14OS12),Paper  Posies(TG14OS05)

Thanks so much for dropping by and sending somelove! Come join us and share your creations on our Facebook Page or tag us on Instagram! Hope you liked it!

Till my next update, take care and God Bless!:D

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Hi! It's Tyra and I would love to share two lovely cards I created using Chickaniddy's Twirly Girly collection. Check out my supply list and technique below:




Supply List: Twirly Girly Enamel Hearts/TG14EB07, Collection Pack/TG14CP01, This and That/TG14OS07

Tyra Babington Chickaniddy Love Cards Process Photos

Technique: I used a few die cuts along with my trusty pair of scissors to adhere various paper embellishments together to create these clean and simple cards. I used card stock cut to 2.5 inches x 5.5 as my panel.

I love using the This and That Paper to quickly pull these mini love notes together!

Tyra Babington Chickaniddy Crafts Ooh La La Mini


Tyra Babington Chickaniddy Crafts You are So Loved Card

I hope I have inspired you today to create something beautiful! Take care and thanks for stopping by the blog!

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Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Spring Projects
Hello Chickaniddy Crafts Fans!  It's Amy here with a spring time project.  Spring can mean different things for different people.  I live in the beautiful state of Washington so when I think of spring, I think of rain.  
I designed a gift set that uses the Jolly Good Collection.  As a Washingtonian, I gravitate to raindrops, rubber boots and umbrellas!  This collection captures all that and more!
First up, is my card:


Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Spring Projects card
supply list:  jolly good - 6x6 pad/jg14pd01
I adore the fun & fresh colors in this collection.  My card was designed using the 6x6 Jolly Good paper pad.
Two of my favorite colors:  green + orange
I love glass jars so when I saw these plain milk bottles, I knew that I wanted to alter them.


Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Spring Projects 2
supply list:  jolly good - deck the halls/jg14os06, holiday/jg14os08; Embellishments - die cut tags/jg14eb04
I made a belly band for the bottle using 2 different patterns:
deck the halls + holiday
I heat embossed the Spring sentiment on vellum and used it as an overlay of the die cut tag.  It softened up the colors on the tag and also enabled me to use a large stamped sentiment.
TIP:  a great way to bring in colors is to use twine.
The pink twine is a way to bring together the pink + green color combo.
Who doesn't love chocolates?  These M&M's are actually from the holidays, I buy the bags when they have been marked down and part them out if they have multiple colors.  These are white chocolate peppermints.


Hi there! Leigh here, today with a card I made to welcome in spring! Now, you might think of the Chickaniddy Crafts Scrumptious as a fabulous fall line --
which it is indeed -- but I found that these products were also perfect to make a "Hello Spring" card!
I started with the Scrumptious Journal Tag stickers, or more specifically, the "Hello" floral sticker near the bottom.
Scrumptious Stickers
Here's my card:
Leigh Penner Chickaniddy Crafts Hello Spring
1. I started by diecutting a piece of Check Please patterned paper with a scalloped rectangle die.
2. I adhered a piece of white card stock over top that I diecut using a stitched rectangle die.
3. I wanted to use the "Hello" sticker from the Scrumptious Journal Tag stickers, but I also wanted to add the word "spring", so I trimmed out the sticker while it was still on the backing and cut it in half, like this:
Leigh Penner Chickaniddy Crafts Hello Spring technique
4. Once cut apart, I adhered the sticker to the white card stock panel.
5. I made a banner by diecutting the New Harvest patterned paper into a long banner, trimming
down the top and bottom and adhering some Twirly Girly alphabet stickers.
Here's a close-up of the sticker once the card was done: 
Leigh Penner Chickaniddy Crafts Hello Spring 2
And now that I've made a "Hello Spring" card, the new season should be arriving any time now.... right?

Thanks for looking!

I think the cutest thing in the world may just be my little girl's pigtails. I just adore her crazy curls! I thought it would be fun to document my love for her locks in a layout. My favorite part of any layout is the words, so making the title the star of the show seemed like a fantastic idea, too!

Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts Big title layout
From Scrumptious: Autumn Haze paper SC14OS06, Check Please paper SC14OS09. From Twirly Girly: Birthday Girl paper TG14OS02, Piggy Tails paper (of course!) TG14OS12, Rosy Posy paper TG14OS01, Never Grow Up TG14OS11, Sticker Sheet TG14EB02, Enamel Hearts TG14EB07, Brads TG14EB06.
1. I started by cutting a title with my Silhouette Cameo machine. 
Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts Big title layout close-up
2. Next, I began tracing the letters onto patterned papers. I "bubble cut" around the letters, then adhered them to the back of my layout with washi tape. 
Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts Big title layout technique
TIP #1: Be thoughtful about how you are placing the patterned paper. For example, I made sure that a rose was centered in the "o" and the "a". For the letter "i's", I made sure that my stripes were horizontal and that the top of each letter began with a yellow stripe for added contrast.
Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts Big title layout close-up 2


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TIP #2: When you are finished backing all the letters with patterned paper, adhere the layout to another piece of cardstock. This makes it easy to add to page protectors and gives you peace of mind that the washi tape won't eventually fail.
3. On the other triangle half of my page, I added patterned paper, my photos, and some journaling.
Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts Big title layout close-up 4
4. Because I used so many patterns, I kept the embellishments simple: a sticker, some enamel hearts, and some metal flower brads.
Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts Big title layout close-up 4
Whether you're scrapping your love for your significant other or something silly like hair, give your words more impact with a large title. Have fun with patterned papers, and try an angle. I'm sure your page will be fun to look at and fun to create!

Morning all and time for "In the Spotlight." This has been such a great few months featuring different scrapbookers on the blog using Chickaniddy Crafts Supplies. We are going to continue to do this feature. The best way to get spotted is either by posting your project directly to the facebook wall of Chickaniddy Crafts or by putting your project on instagram with #chickaniddy or #chickaniddycrafts . On to our artist for today, Nicole Martel.  I know you will love her simple, 8.5" by 11" pages today featuring the Scrumptious collection. Nicole's style for scrapbooking inspires me to use the paper this way. :) Let's learn more about her.

Nicole Martel

"Nicole started crafting 13 years ago when her mother invited her to a Creative Memories workshop. Two hours later, after the workshop, she had her very own album, lots of metallic stickers and triangle die cuts. Haha (those were the days). Nicole has been published at least one hundred times throughout various paper crafting magazines such as Scrapbook Trends, Scrapbooking & Beyond, Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking, Scrapbooking Memories, Creating Keepsakes and Making Memories.

Nicole lives in Maryland with her husband of 10 years and their 5 year old son, Edward. She works full time as a Member Service Associate for NASA Federal Credit Union and honestly loves her job. “I work with the best people,” she says. She is an avid reader who loves to have fun with friends and family. And of course, she LOVES making things. It’s what keeps her sanity most days."

Here is her blog: http://nicolemartel.blogspot.com/

Good day sunshine
Nicole Martel Chickaniddy Crafts spotlight layout 1
"I started this layout by cutting out two of the square blocks from paper and layering a few pieces of die cuts within the blocks. Then I adhered my 4x6” photo and layered a few stickers and label die cuts at the top of my photo to pull the layout together."
Nicole Martel Chickaniddy Crafts spotlight layout 2
"I started this layout by layering several pieces of papers together. At one point, the layers looked too flat to me so I decided to tuck several stickers at the right-hand side of the photo. I added a flair and brad to the layout to help make it pop and I “fake stitched” the trio of circles at the bottom to make it stand out a bit."

Gone fishing
Nicole Martel Chickaniddy Crafts spotlight layout 3
"I seriously love this layout. Since I wanted the main focus of the layout to be the photos, I used the die cut frames to pull the viewers eyes directly to the center of the layout. I used the flower stickers and banners to help pull the layout together."


Thanks for being "in the spotlight" Nicole. We are so lucky to have you!

Good morning! Erin here with a soft and feminine card to just to say "I love you". The paper and embellishments in the Twirly Girl collection are perfect for romantic cards and layouts.
Erin Taylor Chickaniddy Crafts I Love You supplies

Supplies - Twirly Girl Alpha Stickers TG14EB01. Twirly Girl Brads TG14EB06. Twirly Girl Enamel Hearts TG14EB07. Twirly Girl Mini Sticker Sentiments TG14EB05. Twirly Girl Piggy Tails TG14OS12

When I was designing my card, I wanted a row of three hearts, each with a different embellishment on top. I used a heart punch on three colors of cardstock, then added a doily, stickers, enamel hearts, a brad, and a button and twine on top of each heart. 

Erin Taylor Chickaniddy Crafts I Love You card

Here's a step by step on how to create this card:

1. Trim Twirly Girl Piggy Tails paper (mini hearts) down to A2 card size. Trim yellow diagonals and adhere on top.

2. Die cut scalloped border from vellum and adhere to card with vellum adhesive.

3. Punch hearts from cardstock and apply embellishments.

4. Adhere label stickers to card. Apply sentiment sticker and enamel hearts.

Erin Taylor Chickaniddy Crafts I Love You 2
Thanks for looking and have a great week! 

Hello there, friends!  Missy here with you today.  I am so excited to share my layout with you today!  This month, a few of us got to search for our own inspiration image on Pinterest.  I came across this really fun image of squares.  I really loved the placement of the squares and the lines going through them.  I knew I wanted to create a Valentine layout about my sweet daughter, so I recreated this design in my own style.


Pinterest Image

Here is what I came up with.  When I think of Valentines, I think of red and pink and lots of love.  I think it is the perfect celebration of my sweet Paige...our year-round Valentine girl.  Both of our birthdays are this month :)  I did minimal mixed media work on this...just a tad bit of gesso on either side of the photo cluster with a little bit of watercolors and gelatos.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts  Pinterest Layout


Supplies Used: Scrumptious - Hay Ride SC140S05, Check Please SC140S09, Autumn Haze SC140S06, New Harvest SC140S10, Home Sweet Home SC140S02, Sticker Sheet SC14EB02; Jolly Good - Deck the Halls JG140S06, Snow Play JG140S09 Happy New Year JG140S12, Christmas Eve JG140S01, Die Cut Tags JG14EB04, Journal Tags JG14EB03, Mini Sticker Banners JG14EB05, Clear Stamps JG14ST02; Twirly Girly - Birthday Girl TG140S02, Grandma's Quilt TG140S10, Sticker Sheet TG14EB02, Enamel Hearts TG14EB08, Mini Sticker Sentiments TG14EB05, Mini Sticker Banners TG14EB03, Alpha Stickers TG14EB01, Brads TG14EB06; Other - Liquitex Gesso, Artist's Loft Watercolors, Faber Castell Gelatos, Brother Sewing Machine, Coats Thread, cardstock, October Afternoon date roller stamp, Ranger Archival Ink, Heidi Swapp Color Shine, Silhouette die cut, Silhouette Cameo, Uniball Signo Pen.

Here are a few steps I took in creating this page:

1.  I chose one of my all-time favorite papers in all of the Chickaniddy collections...the Hay Ride patterned paper!  This denim is amazing, and it makes a fabulous background.  I knew all the reds and pinks would pop right off of this.



2.  Next, I went through all the collections that contained red and pink elements...Twirly Girly, Scrumptious and Jolly Good.  I selected several patterned papers with different shades of red and pink and used various sized square punches to make the shapes.

Here are few of the papers I used:


Grandma's Quilt from Twirly Girly

Twirly Girly


Autumn Haze from Scrumptious



Happy New Year from Jolly Good

Jolly Good


3.  Once I had all my squares punched, I arranged them in my own version of the grid.  I stitched through them with my sewing machine and added my mixed media.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts  Pinterest Layout close-up


4.  I chose more patterned papers to layer behind my photo and used pop dots to raise it up.  I also searched all of the stickers, die cuts, brads and enamel dots to add in here and there.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts  Pinterest Layout close-up2


5.  Lastly, I added my title and some tangled thread.  I used some of the Twirly Girly alpha stickers combined with a word cut on my Cameo.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts  Pinterest Layout close-up3


You should definitely do a Pinterest search for design ideas.  I would've probably never gotten the idea for this layout without seeing that inspiration photo first!  And check all of your Chickaniddy stash for reds and pinks to create something LOVEly!

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!

Hi everyone! Pam here today sharing our February sketch and projects that were inspired from it. I created this with sending love notes in mind. As you will see, I used a postage stamp image and lots of fun hearts! Here is the sketch.
February 2015 Sketch for  Chickaniddy Crafts by Pam Callaghan


 Our first project is by Carson, let's see how the sketch inspired her!


Carson Riutta Chickaniddy Crafts February Sketch Card Full"Hello fellow Chickaniddy fans, Carson here. I hope you all had a great valentine's day or at least had fun crafting for it. I see no reason to stop just because the day has passed. There is always a reason to send a love note. Truth be told, I make valentines year round, and because I make so many love cards, sometimes I find myself stuck in my comfort zone, doing the same thing, with the same supplies, over and over again. That's where a sketch can swoop in and save the day! It gives you a new set of guidelines which can push you out of your comfort zone and into new ways of creating.

For me, card sketches can often seem too literal. It's such a small space that it's easy for me to copy exactly what was sketched and not put my own twist on the design. For this reason, I love working with scrapbook sketches and editing them down to their essence in order to create a beautiful card.

Here's how I do it:

1. Choose the 2 or 3 elements of the sketch that speak to you most. In Pam's gorgeous sketch for the month, I loved the stamp border, the hearts, and that overlapping strip.

2. Focus on the 1st element and decide how you are going to make it your own. I don't have an easy way to make a stamp border, so I found my notebook edge punch, something I haven't used in years, and used that as my substitute.

3. Repeat for the remaining elements. I stayed true to the cascade of hearts, don't mess with a great thing, and the overlapping strip became my sub-title, clean and simple yet with a bit of interest.

4. Edit, edit, edit! Without all that space, you simply can't do everything the sketch suggests. So for me, four borders became one, The hearts multiplied, but shrank in size, and the journaling strips went from three to one. The layering concept stayed but the number of elements was cut dramatically.

4. Dig around in your stash for the perfect finishing touches. Now is the time to make it your own unique work of art. Find your color scheme, the right sentiment, embellish as little or as much as you like until your card is perfectly you.

Carson Riutta Chickaniddy Crafts February Sketch Card SuppliesChickaniddy Supplies: TG14EB07 - Twirly Girl Enamel Hearts, TG14OS07 - Twirly Girly This and That Paper, DN14EB06 - Date Night Brads, DN14OS12 - Date Night Plaid is Rad Paper

I decided to use a mix of the Date Night and Twirly Girly collections as they are both so well suited for Valentine's day. As you can see, I've almost used all my enamel hearts, they are my go-to embellishment, and I think those daisy brads are just the sweetest.

Carson Riutta Chickaniddy Crafts February Sketch Card CloseupI hope you'll give this technique a try. In fact, I urge you to try it with this month's sketch which is just so appropriate for the season. If you do create based on the sketch, please post a link to your project in the comments. We would love to see how you interpret it in your own unique and beautiful way."


 We also have Cassandra with this layout inspired by the sketch.


"Good day to all! Cassandra here! So excited to share my take on Chickaniddy Craft February Sketch!:D Here's what I did: 

Cassandra Chen Chickaniddy Crafts sketch Layout 3

Supplies: Twirly Girly Collection - Rosy  Posy (TG14oS01), Party  Dress (TG14OS06), Itty Bitty Ballerina (TG14OS08), Mini Sticker Tags (TG14EB04), Scrumptious Collection - Autumn Haze (sc14os06), Corn on the Cob (sc14os12)


Cassandra Chen Chickaniddy Crafts sketch LayoutCassandra Chen Chickaniddy Crafts sketch Layout 2


Come join us and share your creations on our Facebook Page or tag us on Instagram! Thanks somuch for dropping by and sending some love! Hope you liked it! Till my next update, take care and God Bless!:D"

Thanks for stopping by today and hope you are inspired by this sketch!

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Hello!  It's Amy here with you today sharing a fun wedding favor project.  I'm so in love with the Chickaniddy Crafts Jolly Good Collection!  It is filled with fun colors and patterns:

Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Wedding Favors
I decided to alter a couple of squares of Goat's Milk Soap.  I'm all for practical gifts, bonus points for usable gifts.
Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Wedding Favor 1
supply list:  jolly good - sugar cookie/jg14os02,  tis the season/jg14os11  embellishments - illustration stickers/jg14eb01
This particular soap is "all natural" and I knew that I wanted to have one of them slightly exposed to show the natural color and no fragrance characteristics.  The Jolly Good - Sugar Cookies belly band is a perfect backdrop for any of the Jolly Good embellishments.
Jolly Good Sugar Cookie
I decided to use the large floral spray sticker and follow it up with a label from the Jolly Good - Tis the Season sheet.
Jolly good sticker sheet
Jolly Good
Next up is a soap that I completely covered with paper from the Jolly Good Collection:


Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Wedding Favor 2
supply list:  jolly good - sweater weather/jg14os04, holiday/jg14os08, sugar cookie/jg14os02, tis the season/jg14os11
I used Jolly Good - Sweater Weather as the base.
Jolly good Sweather Weather
I followed it up with 2 different belly bands 
Jolly Good Holiday
Jolly Good Sugar Cookie
I topped it off with a flag using a portion of the 
Jolly Good 'Tis The Season
For a bit of sparkle, I wrapped the bottom of the straw with glitter washi tape!!
So, what do you think?!  Fun little Wedding Favors or even a little 'thinking of you' giftie!
Thanks so much for stoppin' by!