November 28, 2016

A "Yummy Little Christmas" Treat

Hi there! I know I don't typically post on a Monday, but I didn't want you to miss out on the last day of the Online Extravaganza so I thought I would get this post up for you and I wanted to show this adorable little treat holder using the Yummy Little Christmas stamp set that is on sale right now, but that sale ends today!

To create this adorable little treat holder, you will need a piece of DSP cut 5" x 5". Line it up on the envelope punch board at the 2" mark and punch and score, turn a half turn and line up at the 3" mark and punch and score, turn a half turn and line up at the 2" and punch and score, then finally turn a half turn and line up at 3" again, punch and score. Fold and burnish 3 of the score lines, leaving one of the short score lines unfolded and burnished. This will be the top of your treat holder. Adhere the 3 flaps using Snail adhesive.
Using Crumb Cake ink, ink up the utensil "wheel" stamp, stamp off onto scrap paper and then stamp the image onto the Whisper White cardstock, then ink up the "Indulge A Little" stamp  with Real Red ink and stamp into the center of the utensil "wheel". Punch this image out using the 1 1/4" circle punch. I also punched out a scalloped circle using the retired 1 3/4" scalloped circle punch and I punched a scrap piece of Real Red cardstock using the 1 3/8" circle punch. I layered the pieces using snail adhesive and attached it to the envelope using a Stampin' Dimensional. 

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