Thursday, December 2, 2010

A Sugar Cookie Christmas


I have been busy whipping up some sugar cookie goodness . . .
the "no calorie" kind!!


Liz at Cydney's Alley in Senoia, Ga, asked me if I would make some brooches using chenille,vintage finds and trims to sell in her shop.  I have had such a fun time making these!
They remind me of dressed up sugar cookies!
 

Some have old buttons and some have vintage jewels as centers.
They can be worn as a pin or clip


Icicle Queen!

Love the satin and yummy vintage lace bits!


What else could I coat with sugary goodness?
How about this tag/ornament I made using the Tim Holtz bird cage die?

I die cut some felt and coated it with clear chunky glitter.
The little birdie is make from a lucious damask fabric.
{yes, I am a textile junkie!}

The millinery flowers were not quite right the right color so I brushed a little distress ink in TEA STAIN on them to grunge them up a bit.



Sandwiched behind the bird cage is some vintage lace.
I could see a pennant banner made with these too!


Speaking of sweet . . .
one of my daughter's friends is having a birthday and I needed a cute tag or embellishment for
her gift bag.

I found a free, super quick and easy tutorial on making rosettes on Snazzie Drawer's website!
She has gorgeous tutorials for purchase and beautiful photography!

I decided to use striped fabric and sugar coat it with chunky glitter.
{do you see a pattern here?  A girl likes her glitter, it's true.}


What is the best part?
The little sweetie this is going to can wear it as a hair clip!
Wouldn't these make great ornaments too?!


I hope I have been able to cure a little sweet tooth today.
Thanks for stopping by Sugahs!

xo's ~ Heidi


6 comments:

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

oh sooo sweet ! love the clips.
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Thespa said...

So cute! I was working on some hair accessories last night too. Love them! Happy Holidays!

Paper Paradise said...

I have to say 'what a fantastic blog'! I am SO amazed by you beautiful creations. Time is limited this morning, but I can't wait to see more later. I look forward to following, your work is amazing, thanks for sharing it! Sue x

Linda said...

Your creations are all just adorable, Heidi...lots of creativity! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for your sweet comments!

Cassandra said...

Hello Heidi! WOW what lovely things you have been up to! These are all so VERY CUTE! Thanks so much for sharing. xox Cassandra

Nancy Maxwell James said...

your clips are soooo darling! love each one!