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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!

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

    xx coops xx

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

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  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!

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  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.............

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  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!!!

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

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

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

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

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  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.

    Hugs
    Pattie

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  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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