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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Today starts a new Pattie's Creations challenge and the theme is Monochromatic. I love Monochromatic and typically gravitate to browns for some reason - this time was no exception. I used the Chocolate Cookie Jar image by Pattie. I printed out the image, colored it, and cut it out. Then I swiped it with Versamark and used glossy glass ep (two coats) to get the glass look.

Pattie gives great prizes and this is wonderful challenge theme, so come join us.

I am entering this card in the Paper Pretties Wednesday Challenge which is also Monochromatic (PWC266).

May your day be filled with chocolate! Hugz!


  1. so gorgeous nancy.the chocolate colours and image are yummy and I love your fabulous flowers :D

    xx coops xx

  2. Mmmm, I love chocolate! Chocolate cookies are what I like!
    Greetings from wet Poland :)

  3. Nancy - this card is both gorgeous and Yummy! Browns are the perfect tones for this image, and what better place to do a photo shoot than the kitchen for this!
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

  4. I love browns, too. Your card is a delight and the sentiment is fun. Beautiful bunch of flowers. Good job with the jar, also.
    Have a very good weekend. Hugz.............

  5. This is BEAUTIFUL Nancy! Is that your beautiful 'brown' kitchen I see in the background? Absolutely gorgeous design and LOVE the flower cluster! Well done my friend!!!

  6. Love it! Your cookies look yummy. Great color choice and love the flower cluster.

  7. I want a chocolate chip cookie now!! Great flower cluster and love the buttons!

  8. What a wonderful job you did on this card! Great sentiment!

  9. How yummy - what a great image & card, Jx

  10. Nancy,

    What a very nice creation! I love how you used our Monochromatic Theme and the way you colored my "Chocolate Chip Cookie Jar" image.


  11. YUM!! That jar of chocolate cookies would be devoured if it reached my hands :) This is such a gorgeous card with that buttery chocolate ribbon and I love the buttons, flowers and clip! Delicious!


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