Hello everyone! It’s Friday so that means it’s time for another challenge over at PDE Linky Party! This will be the last challenge for 2016. The challenge this week is “Anything Goes!”. I decided to create a little cocoa pouch using some fun papers from Echo Park’s I Love Winter collection by Lori Whitlock.
I used some fun doily dies, scallop circle dies, and circle punches to create several layers to add to the center of the pouch. The pouch is a die cut also.
The cute little mittens were from a border strip off of the design paper that I cut out with a circle punch. I used snowflake punch to add some glittery snowflakes and added a little red bling to the centers. I decided the little mittens needed some sparkle as well!
There you have it! I added some yummy cocoa and a peppermint stick to the inside of the pouch and tied it off with some pretty ribbon. Make sure you join the fun at PDE Linky Party! Have a great New Year!
Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by!It’s time for another challenge over at PDE Linky Party. The challenge this week is Anything Goes. For my project I created some fun mini treat holders. These will hold a full size Ghiradelli chocolate.
I used some fun plaid paper from Lawn Fawn. The solid cardstock is from Stampin’ Up. I made three holders using traditional white,red, and green. I tied the little holders closed with some fun twine by Lawn Fawn. Here’s a closeup of the holders.
Here’s a picture showing the holder open.
I finished decorating the front of my holders using a fun little stamp set from My Creative Time. I also used a scallop circle die and circle punch to cut them out. These were super quick and easy to create. My inspiration of this project came from Angie at mychicnscratch.com
You could use this little holder for a piece of pretty jewelry and close it with a magnet. How fun would that be! Have a great weekend and I hope you join the fun at PDE Linky Party!
Happy July 4th! Today I am sharing a fun treat holder that I created using some of my favorite dies from My Creative Time.
I used some plain white cardstock and die cut the cute scalloped treat sleeve. I wanted some texture so I embossed it using a fun little star embossing folder from Stampin’ Up.
I die cut a doily and some cute stitched stars to add to the front of the treat sleeve. I also used my wink of stella clear pen to add some sparkle to the stars.
I stamped the Celebrate using some Night of Navy Stampin’ Up ink and added it to the front. This is the perfect size holder for some festive rice krispie treats!
Thanks for stopping by and have a safe and happy July 4th!!
My Creative Time Dies Used…
3 Star Stitched Dies
Bunch of stitched doilies
Stitched treat sleeve
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