Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Customer Thank You Treats using Stampin’ Up! Moroccan DSP
I love shopping for little treats for all the people who order through me. I spend weeks deciding on what I’m going to buy and how I’m going to package it. I’m often working a few months ahead so that I have time to get the goodies in, and this time, I bought the little haribo sweeties back in June ready to work with throughout July.
I adore sweeties, not so good on the diet, but they’re a little something yummy that brightens up what could be a dull or boring day. And these little bags of sweeties are no different. My boys love them and when we each have a bag, we eat them as slowly as possible in order to savour them as long as possible too!
Confession time. A large number of bags were consumed during the making of this project. Not by me (good girl on SlimFast here!), but by small boys who kept doing ‘good deeds Mummy’ in order to get a treat bag reward….
Anyway, so this project is simple and cute to make. I wanted to use the Moroccan suite, bringing in the paper and washi tape aswell as the ribbons.
Aren’t they cute?
I hope you enjoy the video, it shows how I close them!
Papers are 6×6″ (15 x 15cm)
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Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator
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