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Cute Treat Pouch…

Welcome back!  I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s post and are yourself getting back into the swing of crafting/stamping now the new year is upon us!  Do you make resolutions? Perhaps to stamp more, or find more ‘me-time’?  How about a fun project you could make during that time:

Stampin' Up! Cycle Celebrations - Stamping With Val - Valerie Moody; Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. X

  • A cute treat pouch made using the Envelope Punch Board (still my favourite tool!)

Stampin' Up! Cycle Celebrations - Stamping With Val - Valerie Moody; Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. X

  • The pouch itself is made from Basic Grey card and sealed on three sides (like an envelope) with the top left open to pop in the goodies.
  • A DSP band around it decorates it along with a length of Bermuda Bay Tafetta Ribbon (also in the box).

Stampin' Up! Cycle Celebrations - Stamping With Val - Valerie Moody; Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. X

  • For the sentiment, I stamped the image twice on Very Vanilla card. Once in Summer Starfruit, which I then die cut using a Chalk Talk Framelit (also in the box). I then stamped it again in Raspberry Ripple ink and fussy cut the sentiment banner with my Paper Snips. I then used little scraps of Stampin’ Dimensionals to stick them on top of the base image.
  • A cellophane bag (in the box!) of sweets is finished with more ribbon and button before tucking it into the pouch.

I can tell you that a LOT of Smarties were harmed in the making of this project!! Ha, Ha!

Til next time,

Crafty Hugs, Val. XX

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