Hi Everyone! Welcome to another Glitter Queen Blog Hop! We are bring you all kinds of Halloween Treat Holders to get you in the “spirit” of Halloween!
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De-Stashing your Stash!
Monster Bash Designer Paper is a lot of fun. But if you’re like me, there is always a sheet or 2 of paper left over from the pack. I’m on this mission to use my seasonal designer paper up! This treat holder is great way to help that mission! You get 4 treat holders out of 1 sheet of paper!
Cardstock (really any color – grab your scraps!) 2-1/2″ x 3″. Score at 3/4″ all 4 sides.
Designer Series Paper – 6″ x 6″
General Instructions: Tip! Watch video below and use the written
Make box bottom base with cardstock
Add Snail Adhesive (Or use Tear & Tape) along the bottom and one side of the backside of the Designer Paper.
Wrap bottom of Designer Paper (adhesive on bottom) around the box base.
Adhere side of paper.
Round corners and punch center hole for ribbon.
Fill with treats and tie with ribbon. OR you can skip punching hole and staple top.
Hi Everyone! What’s spookier than a family of sharks!? And how fun to add this to your treat bag! Or put a little candy inside his Baby Shark mouth 🙂 Or better yet, have your children or grandkids make for their friends for Halloween.
See photos below to assemble! My description steps will following the order of the pictures:
Start with point at top.
Bring bottom point up to top point. Use bone folder for crisp fold.
You now have a triangle. Bring right bottom point up to meet top point. Use bone folder.
Repeat left point.
Take the front layer top point directly down to the fold. This creates the pocket.
Take the right side point and bring in up and tuck inside the “pocket”. The pocket will not fully develop until booth sides tucked.
Take the left side point and tuck into the pocket.
Now we need some shark accessories! Turn it around so the tucked part is up to the top of your work surface as shown:
Materials for the shark:
2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ squares – 1 Whisper White, 1 Petal Pink – Free hand cut at the diagonal
1″ x 3-1/2″ Whisper White
2″ x 2-3/4″ in shark cardstock color
2-3/4″ x 2-3/4″ in shark cardstock color
Googly Eyes – I like the big ones!
For the 2″x 2-3/4″ rectangle – cut as shown to make top fin and side fins. Use Multipurpose glue to adhere to back. TIP! Not shown.- Adhere the 2-3/4″ square to the back of your shark. This covers the fins and adds a finished look to the bookmarker.
Update! Here’s a Video Tutorial for you!
Enjoy making your Baby Shark and Family Corner Bookmarks!
Hi Everyone! Thanks for stopping by our Glitter Queens Monthly Blog Hop! We are thinking outside the box…by creating boxes for you!
What I love about this box is that it has a HINGED or attached Lid!
Here’s some ideas of what you could gift in it!
3″x3″ Notecards and envelopes
Bracelets and other jewlery
Candy (giggle…always candy!)
Any other small gift fitting the inside dimensions of ~ 3-1/2″ x 1-1/4″
If you use the Gift Box Punch Board, it make the tab cuts for you and looks more finished.
We are entering a phase in our family of weddings and babies! I have my box decorated for my niece’s wedding shower. This box is inspired from a pillow box swap from Kris Miller.
6-3/8″ x 11-3/8″. (Will need a 12″x 12″ cardstock size to start. If you want to use Petal Pink, you can get the Subtles Collection or the Floral Romance Cardstock Pack. Or Uses 12×12 Whisper White)
Score along the 11-3/8″ side at: 1-3/8″, 3-3/8″, 6-3/8″, 8-3/8″
Score along the 6-3/8″ side at: 1-3/8″, 5″
TIP! in my Video Tutorial (below) I’ll show you how you can use the Gift Bag Punch Board to make professional looking tabs.
If you don’t have the Gift Bag Punch Board yet, you can use the cut guide above to cut your tabs. They just won’t be as fancy!
Designer Paper Measurements
For Box: 3-1/4′ x 2-3/”, 3-1/4″ x 1-3/4″
For Top Banner Accent: 1-1/2″ x 4-1/4″
Other cardstock for Top Banner Accent:
2″ x 4-1/2″, 1″ x 4″
General instructions: See video for full instructions. Using measurements and template guide above, make box but do not glue flaps yet. Add designer paper while flat as it’s easier. Glue box tabs using Multipurpose Glue or Tear & Tape. Using the Banner Triple Punch, punch banner tails on the top accent layer. Glue layers together and score at 2″ along the long side. Glue to the lid.
You can find quick links to the products used below. Please keep hopping! Up next is Tracy!
Welcome to another Glitter Queen Blog Hop!Love is in the Air is our theme this month. Valentine’s Day right around the corner but still plenty of time to bring in items if need be.
Today I have a treat box that holds cake bites! At least that’s what my local bakery WhatchamaCAKES calls theirs. They are cake pops minus the stick! You can find cake pans that bake this size too. You can also use any candy. Below is shown with Roche Ferraro and Lindor Truffles candies too. But don’t you think the cake bites are a cute change of pace?! Plus I thought it a fun to name it Love Bites. Depending on your mood it can be taken 2 ways!
I focused on products from All My Love Product Suite. For me, I get more value when I purchases within a suite of products as they are designed to work together…NO GUESSING! Product List
Hi Everyone! We are on day 3 of Gingham Gala Suite Week! And the 3rd and final project featuring the Gingham Gala Suite and the Envelope Punch Board! Today’s project is a mini basket. The box is from Sam Donaldson design (Thanks Sam!).
The items used are identical to the previous 2 projects (see earlier posts). YES! a group of products with 3 projects to do right away and even in 1 sitting!
Gingham Gala: 6″ x 6″ and 6″ by slightly less than 1″
Scraps of Whisper White and scraps of Daffodil Delight Cardstocks.
Here’s a video tutorial for you!
Here’s what all the projects look in mass! A gala of cool color happiness!
Helping others discover the love of paper crafting through stamping and Stampin’ Up! products is my thing!
When someone receives a handmade card or gift, they feel special. And I love making others feel special, don’t you? Through stamps, paper and ink, I can make someone’s day!
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