Based on one of the first tutorials I filmed back in April, this Treat Holder is larger, for holding bigger gifts (bigger sweetie bags…?) and just commands a little more ‘notice’ about it!
That time I used the Bigz Scallop Circle Die, but this time, I wanted to use the Labels Collections framelits to get a different style of ‘layer’ to the project.
For those that perhaps need, the score lines and placement of the die cut shape are as follows –
With the uppermost ‘point’ of the label lining up with the 2.75 mark on the scoring tool, score down at 2.25 and 3.25. Turn it 90 degrees so that the uppermost point is now lining up with the vertical marks, at the 2.75 mark, score BETWEEN the newly created horizontal lines at .75″
The video will show better than my cumbersome words, you know what to do… CLICKETY CLICK HERE!
I used and showcased these products in my tutorial, but you can let your creativity fly. Perhaps a little like my butterfly?
Cardstock – Crumb Cake and Pink Pirouette
Designer Series Paper Stacks – Crumb Cake from the Neutrals Collection and Pink Pirouette from the Subtles Collection
Ink – Versamark
Embossing Powder – White
Ribbons – Crumb Cake Taffeta and Pink Pirouette Taffeta
Stamp Set – Papillon Pot Pourris
Other products used – Labels Collection Framelits, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Elegant Butterfly Punch, Heat Embossing Tool, Snail Adhesive, Mini Glue Dots
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