Hi Everyone! The big carrot is made from using the Petal Cone die.121810

The Petal Cone Die can be used for a variety of carrot images. See my Easter page to the right to see a flat version that one could send. Today's version rounds up the sides to close, giving it a more natural carrot look. I wanted the look of the designer paper, but the sturdiness of card stock (if you are filling with treats, designer paper is most likely not strong enough unless your treat or gift is light weight) You can click on the thumbnails below to see the assemble in progress.

*Adhere the designer paper from the Brights Collection Designer 117155 series paper pack to Pumpkin Pie cardstock 105117.
*Die cut using the Big Shot113439  and Petal Cone die. Fold along score lines.
*Attach flaps with Sticky Strip 104294.
*With a Bone Folder 102300 and in a curling fashion, break down the fibers of the top semi-circles.
*Punch holes on top with standard hole punch. Insert Gumball Green Stitched Satin Ribbon 126848 for carrot toppers and to close pouch. Again πŸ™‚ click through the thumbnail pictures if you want to see more steps up close.

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Yesterday's Two Tags Basket video tutorial is now ready and can be viewed here.

I have so much fun using Stampin' UP! products!! πŸ™‚ and sharing the project ideas with you, my blog reader.

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