What's Cooking?? Double Layout!!

Hello!! I hope you are all having a Peachy Week!!
Strangely these are Christmas Day Photos 
but this is not a Christmas Themed Layout.
Since this was her star gift that day, I made the layout inspired in the kitchen and, in my head there was this commercial "Let's go out to the kitchen" Have you seen it??
So the inspiration behind that layout is the commercial even though I didn't use the same exactly the same things.
(Click to see larger image)

For the photo doodling I did 3 different style and I paired the colors of the photo mats with a style of doodling.

All the papers are from Colorbok except the border
 made with the EK Success Border Punch and the tag, 
these are K & Company. 

The title I made it with the Birds on Parade Cartridge 
and I embossed the hat with a Cuttlebug Folder. 

Okay, here is the surgery method I used to make these yummy creatures. I used the Paper Dolls Everyday Cartridge to cut the legs and arms. I used the doll cut and I snipped the head off, then I did a horizontal cut in the middle separating the arms and legs. I kept the legs together but the upper part of the torso was divided by a vertical cut. This way the arms could be seen and they can be placed where they needed them. I used my Gypsy to determine the size if the paper doll based on the food cut. I made shoes the same size as the paper dolls. Did that made sense??  The apple is from Create A Critter and the Watermelon is from Simply Charmed and for the face I used the Princess Face Assortment.

I jazzed up some of the fruit with twine. For the face of the banana I used the January Stamp Set of the Month
The banana and the milk are from Create A Critter and
 the soda is from Simply Charmed and the last 
two faces are from Princess Face Assortment.

Some extra details of the layout. 

I hope you liked this layout. 
I love making Peachy Layouts!!
Take Care!!

8 lovely comments:

Saundra said...

Aww! Jennie, this is fabulous! I love all te details and the food people are so cute! Thanks for sharing how you made them. ~Hugs, Saundra :)

Angelica said...

Jenny this is absolutely precious! Not only is the detail amazing on all those adorable characters, but the photos are PERFECT!Love the polka paper you used fo rthe title and all the fun extras like the doodles and the doily. HOW FUN! Great work as always!

Glora said...

WOW Jennie! When you do a layout you do a layout!!!! This is FABULOUS, SPECTACULAR and another AMAZING word you can think of. I love how you used the paperdoll arms and legs to make little food people. Absolute genius! I couldn't love this more!!!! AMAZING!!!! Hugs- Glora

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Adorable layout, love the kitchen theme and it goes so well with the photo's, so it's perfect

Sherrie K. said...

These layouts are just FABULOUS!! I love the little characters and the faces...too cute!! I love all the fun details that you added! Fantastic job:)
Sherrie K

Scrappin Dhilly said...

Very cute layout, love all of the extra details you added to it! I am follower number 400, congrats on hitting this milestone. I am trying to get to 400 followers on my blog too but have a ways to go. I hope you will take the time to stop by to check out my blog and become a follower too!

Melisa Alzammar said...

Very cute layout Jennie. I love that you made the fruits into little people. You inspire me! TFS!

Colin McVicar said...

Really well done! I love the watermelon, I may need to get that cartridge now.