So how much would you love seeing this treat holder hanging on your door. Perfect to hang in offices, classrooms, neighbor's front door and even your mailbox for your postman/woman!
Ingredients to make the project:
Ingredients to make the mug:
131781 Festive Flurry (clear) $29.95
131778 Festive Flurry (wood) 39.95
131181 Soft Sky $5.95
100730 Whisper White Card Stock (40 sheets) $8.50
132341 Winter Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper (12 sheets assorted) $12.95
119246 Rhinestone Basic Jewels (150 total) $4.95
131152 Smoky Slate Chevron Ribbon (10 yards) $8.95
129399 Tea Lace Paper Doilies (24 total) $2.95
102210 6"x8" Cellophane Bags (50 total) $4.95
124262 Whisper White Baker's Twine (25 yards) $2.95
Tools:120906 2 1/2" Circle Punch $16.95
126189 Paper-Piercing Tool $3.95
132193 Festive Flurry Framelits Dies $24.95 (optional to be used with Big Shot)
104430 Stampin' Dimensionals (300 dots) $3.95
Tips & Tricks to make the project:
If you have the Big Shot, you can purchase the Festive Flurry Framelits and they will cut the snowflakes with intricate detail. If not, you can free form cut out the small snowflake and attach it to the project with dimensionals.
Trim a 1/4" off of the top of the doily and attach to the back of the designer paper.
As for the ribbon. You will need a 12" piece and a 20" piece of ribbon. Here are some pictures to help you see how the bag was tied to be hung on a door knob or mailbox.
With the 20" piece ribbon tie a knot leave about a 3" inch of ribbon on both ends of the knot.
Next take your 12" piece of ribbon lie in the center of the knot. Tie a knot around the 12" piece. It should look like the third picture.
Now you can take the two loose ends and tie them around your cellophane bag.