Sweet treats are 3-Delicious when made from creative templates and cutting files. There is nothing quite so satisfying as holding a fresh baked project in three dimensional form!
Get in the paper kitchen and rattle those creative “pots and pans”! You can use your digital papers as backgrounds for your boxes, books, décor, journals, bags, and more. Then to put the cherry on top, print up some beautiful digital elements from your favorite digital designer. Mmmmmm good!
So whether you want to cook up a 3d project, a layout or a card, these sweet projects should get you moving in the right direction. Go ahead, indulge that sweet tooth and head over to your favorite scrapbook shop and treat yourself to something decadently digital!
It’s the Little Things by Krisi Lee
Digital Supplies: Kit: Life’s Little Surprises from ScrapMatters Design Team (ScrapMatters), Template: Matchbox: Candy Boxes from Krisi’s Kreations (ScrapMatters). Supplies: Paper: Epson Ultra Premium Presentation Paper. Tools: Printer: HP OfficeJet 6500 with HP Ink
Editor's Notes: I just adore Krisi’s matchbox candy boxes. Her sentiment matches perfectly, and she even decorated her mini chocolate bars using digital papers!
Gingerbread Houses by Missi Cahill
Digital Supplies: Kit: Fresh Baked - The Kit by the Gingerbread Ladies (Gingerscraps), Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 9, Fonts: Pea Nancy.
Editor's Notes: Missy’s frosting looks good enough to reach out and taste. My favorite part of her layout is her emphasis on the bottom pictures with matching gingerbread trimmed photo mats. Clever!
Sweet Boy by Maria Janik
Digital Supplies: Kit: Sweet Pleasure by Fly Pixel Studio (Pickleberrypop), Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 8.
Editor's Notes: Maria's whimsical touches are just enchanting! The extractions from her photos are beautifully melded with the digital elements giving a fairy tale quality to the layout.