OK… I wrote this early Sunday morning, then things got a bit crazy and I didn’t finish it… :
Good mornin’! It’s Sunday… and I’m headed to a crafty fair today, my first time participating. It doesn’t feel like I made enough, but I’ll be there none the less. Excited & nervous at the same time… My November Paper Pumpkin arrived and I quickly made these fun treat holders. I added some retired and current Stampin’ Up! embellishments, some Hersey Kisses in the gift bags and voila – fun item to give kids at Christmas.
It’s clear here I added the Rhinestone Basic Jewels to the front of the tree and decided I didn’t want the tag covering those sparkles, so I added it to the back side with dimensionals. Pretty durn cute.
Fun snowman or woman :O) Here I added some retired SU! products: Black faceted gems and the tiny balls for the ear muffs. Since I ran out of the red, for the next snow person I added what looks like Flirty Flamingo tiny puffs. OOPS! I didn’t take a photo off that one! Grrr. Next is the stack of packages.
I tied a triple bow with the twine included in the kit and adhered it with liquid glue. To make sure it was very secure, I placed an acrylic block on it while I added the Rhinestones to the centers of the other bows. And – yes, I did all the embellishing before attaching the treat boxes!
Here are a couple of side views. so you can see the cute tags included in the kit and the treat bags too!
Aren’t these cute? Here I am on Monday evening finishing this post – aaargh… So let me say – these all sold ~ YAY! I was so pleased ‘cuz they are cute – at least to me. So, here’s a plug for Paper Pumpkin. You can purchase a subscription until the 10th of the month. You may order the December kit through Dec 10.
How to get your kit? Subscribe with me here.
- This month’s kit includes an all-occasion stamp set you can use to create all-occasion cards.
- Not only is the stamp set very versatile, it’s a builder stamp set! This means the stamp set’s images can be mixed and matched to build a variety of characters with different looks and features.
- The kit’s playful patterns and delightful designs put an exciting spin on past Paper Pumpkin projects. Enjoy a fun ‘n’ fresh experience with this month’s kit!
Thanks for stopping by. May you have a beautiful day. Nothing beats handmade!
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