Feb 13, 2009
Feb 10, 2009
Well here it is done my Yummy for your TUMMY candy bag making kit...
stamps: sale-e-bration Yummy, love you much
Paper: pixie pink, basic black, whisper white, pink passion
ink: pixie pink, basic black, pink passion
access: aqua pen, su silver brads, pretties kit, small cellophane bags, crimped paper, candle with stamped image, trasures candy, top note sizzix die, white stazon oh and an oatmeal box.
outside the box: I stamped the pixie pink paper with pixie, pink passion and basic black ink with the 3 heart stamp from love you much set. Then i covered my oatmeal box with the paper and cut a small strip of basic black and attached it. I cut whisper white paper using th top note sizzix die and stamped Yummy stamp set using markers so i could get the two toned look.
contents inside the box: crimped paper, placed it inside the box, placed candy inside the box. Then I took the 4 cellophane bags and stamped stazon white ink using the 3 heart stamp from love you much set. Set them aside and cut out the tabs in the pinks and black paper and stamped on them. I stamped the Yummy stamp set on white and cut them out. I inked the small flowers and let them dry. Then i placed the Yummy tabs, su brads and flowers in a small cellophane bag and adhesived it closed and placed it all in the box. I then typed up my candy bag making kit directions which are:
Candy bag making kit…
Easy to use directions
1 mini candle
1 bag of treasures candy
4 cellophane bags
4 bags topper tags
4 bag labels
Send family out for the evening. Make a hot cup of what ever drink you enjoy, light the candle and begin to relax. Fill bag with a little shredded paper and then add candy’s to it. Place the bag topper over the cellophane bag and put 1-2 staples in the center. Then take the label and glue over staple so staple doesn’t show. Push brad through center of flower, pull open sides and secure flower to the edges of lable with adhesive. And voila! Your bag is ready for gift giving.
Created by :Shannon JaureguiMy blog: http://itsallaboutmetimes3.blogspot.
thanks for looking...
I knew what I wanted to make but the 12x12 cardstock isnt big enough so I thought hmmmm.... I need a good sturdy box and my family LOVES oatmeal so this is what I used.
I cut off the top of the box and covered it with pixie pink paper . The photos above will show you it complete.
Feb 2, 2009
I made this for one of my hostess club girls for her birthday I was inspired by someone on splitcoast but dont remember so I appologize I would love to give credit where credit is due.
cuttlebug - back ground
all the rest is stampin up products