August 24, 2017

Quick, Easy and Adorable Fall Treat Holder

Good Morning and Happy Thursday! I hope you're all having a fantastic day.
Today I want to share with you an easy, quick and absolutely adorable treat holder perfect for a Fall occasion.
This little treat holder was pretty easy to make, using the Wood Crate die and some Crumb cake cardstock. To begin, I cut 2 pieces of of the Wood Crate out of Crumb cake cardstock and put them together creating the crate. To determine the size for the rest of the treat holder, I measured the base of the crate and came up with 1.5" x 3.25" and used those measurements to determine the remainder of the treat holder. Using those measurements, I cut a 12" x 12" piece of Crumb cake cardstock 3.25" x 12" and scored it at 5.25" and 6.75" and adhered the base of the crate between the two score lines. I then folded the ends up and placed them together and using the Classic Label punch, I punched the "handles".
I then created a belly band using a 12" x 12" piece of the Painted Autumn DSP cut 1.75" x 8" and wrapped around the bottom portion of the treat holder and adhered with Fast Fuse. I punched a scrap piece of Daffodil Delight with the Daisy Punch x 2 and sponged the petals with the Daffodil Delight ink and a sponge dauber and put them together and added a piece of Early Espresso punched at .75" to the center. I added this to the treat holder with a Dimensional. and stamped the greeting from the Seasonal Lantern stamp set (available September 1st) with Early Espresso ink onto a piece of Very Vanilla cut 0.5" x 3.75" and bannered the ends with my paper snips and added it to the treat holder with Stampin' Dimensionals. To finish the project off, I used a added some Bulls-eye Caramels (a favorite in our house) to a cello bag and placed into my crate, and to tie the handles, I used a piece of the .25" Copper Trim and frayed it out a bit (I think next time, I will pull it and fray it before I tie it) 
And that completes today's project. I really hope you enjoyed it. Please leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts. If you would like to see more from Kreative Heart and would like to receive free tutorials straight to your inbox, then join my mailing list. In the meantime, have an amazing day and I will see you next time.
Happy Stamping, 

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