New Subscriber Giveaway & Holiday Treat Bag How-To

FullSizeRender (20)I make these treat bags for an upcoming Christmas Card Class this month.   They were so cute and easy to make, that I thought I would share the instructions so that you can make them at home, PLUS, I will give a new blog subscriber one of these treat bags, complete and ready to be filled with whatever goodies the winner decides.

Here is the list of supplies and the directions.  All of these items can be purchase at my store.  Purchase $75 or more in the month of August, use my hostess code #C3ZRYKAC and I will send you a new embellishment from the upcoming holiday catalog in September.

Supplies:  Stamp Set: Tabs for Everything #143907, Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Pad #126966, Be Merry Designer Series Paper #144111, Whisper White Cardstock #100730, Cherry Cobbler Cardstock #119685, Gold Foil Sheets #132622, Striped Treat Bags #144255, Gold Library Clips #144130, 1/8″ Gold Ribbon #134583, Seasonal Layers Thinlits #143751, Banner Triple Punch #138292, Big-Shot Die-Cutting Machine #143263, Snail Adhesive #104332, Fine Tip Glue Pen #138309, Mini Glue Dots #103683, Stampin’ Trimmer #126889

Directions:

Cut a 1 1/2″ x 3 1/4″ piece of Whisper White Cardstock and punch a banner at one end using the Banner Triple Punch.  Stamp “For You” on the lower left-hand side.  Using the two snowflakes thinlits, cut one of the large snowflakes out of a piece of Cherry Cobbler Cardstock, and cut two small snowflakes out of the gold foil paper.  Adhere to banner using the fine tip glue pen.

Place treat in Striped Treat Bag and fold top over.  Cut a 2″ x 12″ strip from the Be Merry Designer Series Paper.  Wrap around treat bag and overlap, adhere the end with snail adhesive.

Cut 2 feet of the 1/8″ gold ribbon, wrap around the bag and thread the ends into the gold library clip.  Adhere the clip down with a mini glue dot.  Tie the ends of the ribbon into a bow.  Clip the banner onto the libary clip.

Thanks everyone and happy stampin’!!

Tina

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easy Peasy Starbucks Gift Card Holder

Today is a rainy day which means I get to spend the day in my craft room.  Woohoo!  I have this $5 Starbucks Gift Card that I am gifting to someone, and instead of using the generic kraft paper one that came with it, I decided to amp it up a little by using the Coffee Break Designer Series Paper.  I made it in less than 30 minutes.  However, learning to write this blog took me all day! LOL!  The greeting “enjoy today” came from my Pieces & Patterns Stamp Set. What do you like to do on a rainy day?

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Starbucks gift card inside

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143840S Pieces & Patterns Stamp Set