Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Peanut Butter Day

Today, after some morning gift wrapping and an afternoon of playing cards, I finally got to some cookie baking.  My older brother has a severe allergy to nuts.  Hence, I always try to make the cookies with nuts all in one day, so I don't contaminate the rest of the ones I make with the oils.  So today was peanut butter cookie day: Peanut Butter with a Hershey Kiss on top (Matthew's & my DH's favorite), Peanut Butter & Corn Flake No Bakes (Nick's favorite & super easy to make) and Chocolate with Peanut Butter Chips (Rob's favorite).  My kitchen is warm and smells yummy!

I ended up with a few free minutes until the meatloaf is finished baking and thought I'd share this group of Covington Bear cards I made.  The kit was designed to make 8 cards, but the US postal service frowns and charges extra for cards more than 1/4" thick.  
By only using 3 layers on each card, I made 16 cards in all, 4 of each design with some slight differences.

I am entering this last card in the following challenges:
The Crafty Addicts Challenge #31 - Anything Goes/Let It Snow 
A Snowflakes Promise Challenge #35 - Christmas theme; optional Winter
Craft Your Passion Challenge #342 - Always Anything Goes
Pile It On Challenge #123 - Any Holiday 

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  1. All of your cards are so cute. Your cookies sound yummy and so does the meatloaf.Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations Challenges for our latest challenge. We look forward to seeing more of your beautiful work. Hugs, Barbara { Crafty Creations Challenges }

  2. Such a beautiful card!! I love the cute bears and snowman. Thank you for sharing with us at the Ribbon Girl, good luck and I hope you will join us again.
    Gina xx

  3. Hi Debi! These are all so cute! What a great kit and a clever way of getting around the thickness. Thanks so much for joining my Snow Day blog challenge :)

    Jeannie T.
    Dragonfly Journeys

  4. All beautiful cards love all the toppers----Thank you for joining us at Crafting From The Heart
    Carol DT x


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