My baby turned 7 yesterday...oh, where has the time gone? He has developmental delays and has just finally fallen in love with Sesame Street. He also loves cookies and m&m's, so when we found the m&m cookies at Sam's Club, I thought they would be perfect for his class-shared treat.
I used the Tim Holtz ornamental die to cut kraft paper and folded in half. I used the Cricut to cut the scalloped circles at 1 3/4" from Mini Monograms on blue cardstock. The eyes are punched from 3/4" circles on Whisper White. The pupils and mouths are cut from Basic Black using the George and Basic Shapes cartridge at 1/4" circles and 1 1/2" ovals. I punched the cookies from 1 1/2" circle on kraft, using a sharpie to make the "chips". I used the scalloped circle punch to make the bite out of each, before mounting with a dimensional. I used the SMASH tape on the base and a cheap dollar stamp for the sentiment in Chocolate Chip ink. I attached the topper with a staple.
Considering that I put together 30 of these, they were quick to assemble. I highly recommend using a glue pen on the small pupils, but the rest was fine to assemble with a SNAIL-type adhesive. Thanks for looking! April