February 02, 2012

Groundhog cookies!

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Hiya! 
Happy Groundhog's Day 2012!!
Do you think Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow this year?

It's become a running tradition here on the blog to post the recipe and photos of my spicy Groundhog cookies, so I don't want to disappoint...*grin*
We do so love these cookies.
 And I promise they are not made with spicy groundhog meat...! HA


Recipe can be found here, and here, and here for my Spicy Groundhog Cookies.
I love to send them in to school with the kids to share with their classroom.
Yummy. 


Since I have no groundhog stamps, I went with this darling set from The Craft's Meow called Butterfly Kisses.
Isn't it sweet? 
I love that image of the girl with wings holding a flower. 
And the font of the sentiment is beautiful!
I began by stamping the butterfly image repeatedly in black ink on the grey panel and then added a tiny white gel pen dot in the center of each. 
After stamping and cutting the girl out from pale yellow CS I glued a paper flower into her hands. I knew I wanted the sentiment to be on a tiny tag, but I could not decided where to put it! *chuckle*
I placed it in several locations before it ended up where it is!

Well thanks for stopping by today, I hope you have a wonderful Groundhog's Day (and I hope we see spring soon)!
*mwah*

13 comments:

joy said...

Beautiful card - love the background and the fairy image! Thanks for the recipe, too - I have never seen a groundhog cookie cutter before!

SueB said...

SO STINKIN' CUTE; thanx for sharing ... and now I'm off in search of that cookie cutter! any leads are appreciated!

~amy~ said...

♥ swoon ♥ LOVE that card!
Those cookies are stinkin' adorable!

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Love the cookies and of course e card is divine.

Vicky Hayes said...

I've seen the film Groundhog day several times but had no idea this is a day that is actually celebrated! I love your card - the sentiment works so well with your stamped background and the fairy.

PS Glad Tuppence brought back happy memories of your cat. Until recently my Tuppence had a sister named Ha'penny!

Jackie Rockwell said...

Hi Dana, Your card is so full of texture and color!!! The stitching and lace really look beautiful with the butterflies.

I've never seen groundhog cookies before . . . they are so CUTE!

Emily Keaton said...

BEAUTIFUL card, Dana!!! Wow, I just love all of the wonderful details. And those cookies?? Not only are the cutest ever, the look delish!! Happy Groundhog's Day!

~Tammy~ said...

You are such a good Mommy! How cool is that for the boys to take in. Where on earth do u find a groundhog cookie cutter? They are making my mouth water through the screen.

Oh yeah, the card...hee hee...it is just divinely elegant! I really love that image!!!'

Have a great day Dana!

Lindsay said...

This is seriously gorgeous! LOVE what you did with that set!

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

Gorgeous card! That background is awesome! ;o)

Lynda said...

The only connection we have to Grounfhog day is the movie her is Australia. I really like the way you have used the b'fly in the background. So jealous of the way you have lined it up!! Wonderful card. This was the first TCM set I purchased. Still love it. ooxx

Barb said...

another perfect design Dana! it's beautiful :)

Lisa Hjulberg said...

Yowser, this is gorgeous!!!