Thanks for swapping with me! I’m sure I like your swap very much, I really love the inspiration and idea’s we are giving to each other at these Stampin’ Up! events. These are my Swaps Onstage Vienna 2022.
I want tol tell you a little bit more about the Swap I gave you. It is meant as a hostess or attendee gift. These are a very cute welcome gift for the people joining your workshop event or people stepping by your booth at a vendor or craft event.
The sentiment says’ do we meet again soon? and it’s from the Dutch stamp set Thee en Troost’ which one you might know as Cup or tea , Kleine Tearrapie or Tasse De Thé.
I used the coordinating dies, matched with he designers series paper and cardstock colors.
Cut the designers series paper to strips 2″ or 5 cm. The size of the cardstock underneath is 6 x 16 cm and gives it some extra sturdiness. Don’t just fold the paper around it but use your bone tool to curl the paper, now you won’ t get any creases int he paper when wrapping it around.
Just another simple tip for making this, I love to color the edges of a circle or sentiment strip.I just roll the sides on a inkpad. Choose a matching color and just try, It really makes a difference in giving it some extra contrast.
Do you like the cookies? These are the typical Dutch ‘ stroopwafels.
A stroopwafel’s wafer layers are made from a stiff dough that has been pressed in a hot waffle iron until crisped. A caramel filling made from syrup, brown sugar, butter, and cinnamon—also warm—is spread between the wafers before the waffle is reassembled. The caramel sets as it cools, thereby binding the waffle halves together.
The name stroopwafel is pure Dutch. In the English-speaking world, the treat may be known by some other names, like the literal translation “syrup waffle” or the less-literal “caramel waffle”. Some Australian coffee houses may call them “coffee toppers”, in reference to the practice of placing them atop hot beverages to soften the caramel and heat the cookie.
How I love Wikipedia to explain the stroopwafel to you! Just enjoy this nice cookie with your tea, and take another one, it’s ok because they are just mall ☺️
I hope you like my Swaps Onstage Vienna 2022
My name is Suze Bonnema a Dutch Stampin’ Up demonstrator from Leeuwarden ( that’s up north ) . You can find more of what I do on this website , my Youtube channel, Instagram , business Facebook or private Facebook.
Swaps Onstage Vienna 2022