Puff Pastry Sheets Clip Art

a photograph of croissants on parchment paper with an illustration of a puff pastry box superimposed on top.

This week’s clip art set is a special request custom order for puff pastry sheets, a hard-to-find clip art subject but such a fun and easy project to bake with kids!

All the items are in scale with the clips from Baking Clip Art, Set 1, Set 2, and Set 3 so you can mix and match as you need. And all of my Mockup-Style clips are on the same perspective plane so you can use them to make little scenes.

Baking Clip Art, Set 4

A photograph showing a batch of homemade chocolate chip cookies cooling on a rack. An illustration of a bag of chocolate chips is superimposed on top.

I finished up the fourth set of Baking clip art for my “cooking with kids” life skills category! Baking Clip Art, Set 4 includes some handy ingredients for baking cookies, like brown sugar, oatmeal, and chocolate chips to add some sweet goodness to your resources.

All the items are in scale with the clips from Baking Clip Art, Set 1, Set 2, and Set 3 so you can mix and match as you need. And all of my Mockup-Style clips are on the same perspective plane so you can use them to make little scenes.

 

Baking Clip Art, Set 3

A photograph showing half of a plain yellow cake sprinkled with powdered sugar sitting on a yellow dish. An illustration of a red baking powder canister is superimposed on the image.

A new set of “cooking with kids” themed clip art is now available in my TPT shop, Baking Clip Art, Set 3. This time, the set includes a few leavening ingredients to get some science in your cooking.

All the items are in scale with the clips from Baking Clip Art, Set 1 and Set 2 so you can mix and match as you need. And all of my Mockup-Style clips are on the same perspective plane so you can use them to make little scenes.

Baking Clip Art, Set 1

A photograph of a kitchen workspace with a bowl full of batter and a wooden mixing spoon, some measuring cups and an egg. On top of the photo is a clip art illustration of a stick of butter. 13sparrows

I’ve added a new set of “cooking with kids” themed clip art to my TPT shop, Baking Clip Art, Set 1. Featuring a few dairy ingredients and some basic kitchen accessories, this clip art set can get you started with your cooking-themed resources.

 

New Product: Knife skills

I repackaged my Cooking Minestrone set on TPT as a Knife Skills clip art set to make it a little more universal. It makes a nice companion to the Kitchen Measuring clip art set!

 

Cooking Minestrone and Baking Popovers are still available in my creative market shop, for use in a Montessori setting, or for making recipe cards for cooking at home.

 

Cooking with Kids

I have been working on sets of illustrations inspired by a Facebook conversation where I asked the question, “If, for some reason, you could only teach your child to cook five or six things really well, what would they be?” The answers attempted to assemble versatile recipes which could act as building blocks, covering as many of the basic techniques of cooking and baking as possible.

I answered with “no-knead bread, because it’s easy and really good; pasta with variations, because it’s versatile and cheap if you’re broke; and roast chicken, because it’s pretty cheap, easy, and can be served as a fancy dinner or for several meals,” and I think I’d add a quick bread or cookies, and soup.

I have completed two sets of illustrations for this Cooking with Children series, Cooking Minestrone and Baking Popoversavailable in my creativemarket shop. I may add a Baking Quick Bread set eventually since popovers are not as versatile but my daughter loves them and has been baking them since she was very young.

These illustrations are available as clip-art sets in my tpt shop [edit – I have replaced these with Knife Skills and Kitchen Measuring sets, the originals are still available by special request].

I also have cooking-themed merchandise available on redbubble.

And I have six Cooking School fabric designs on spoonflower. Eventually, I’d like to create a set of kitchen towels with the basic steps of the recipes that can be used as a guide by kids who are learning how to cook.