For You Framelit Treat Pouch

Shelli Gardner showed us a couple of really adorable projects on the Main Stage at Leadership.  This one was my absolute favorite!

Treat -  1 both holders

Hers was similar to the treat holder on the right, but of course, I made Two Cool treats, so I tried a different color scheme!

Treat - side

The sides are open, so the treats can simply slide out to access.  Or, you can untie the ribbon to open them.

Treat - insides

I filled mine with a couple of fun-size Butterfingers in a small cello bag.  But, lots of different chocolates, candies, and gum will fit inside!

Framelit Treat Pouch How Tos

Treat - how to 1

  • Die-cut two pieces of card stock from the largest Labels Framelits Die.
  • Trim off the ends of both labels at the scallops.
  • Score 1" in from the trimmed ends of both die-cuts.

Treat - how to 2

  • Add Sticky Strip along the trimmed edges and fold of one die-cut.  The Sticky Strip along the fold should only be as long as the one along the trimmed edge, otherwise it will not be covered.

Treat - how to 3

  • Adhere both tabs together to create the bottom of the pouch.

Treat - back

  • Fold the two sides together and punch 1/8" holes with the Crop-A-Dile.
  • Add treats, then tie with a ribbon to close.

Decorating Details

Treat - peach  Treat - closeup

I stamped the front with the floral image from the Fresh Vintage Sale-A-Bration set in Poppy Parade.  Next, I added Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border edges, punched with Pool Party card stock, to the back of a 1" x 5" strip of Lucky Limeade In Color Patterns Designer Series Paper. 

The focal point image is from Apothecary Art.  I stamped that twice on Very Vanilla card stock; once in Rose Red and once in Soft Suede (or Poppy Parade and Soft Suede for project #1).  The Rose Red one was die-cut with the smallest Labels Framelit. 

The center of the Soft Suede one was punched with the 1" Circle Punch, then colored all the way around it with a Soft Suede Marker to give it a dark border.  Finally, the flowers were colored with Pool Party and Lucky Limeade markers, then glittered up with the 2-Way Glue Pen and Dazzling Diamonds.

I used the 1" Square Punch to "fishtail" the skinny Pool Party strip, then assembled everything, popped up with several layers of Dimensionals.  Add a couple of Rhinestone Jewels and you're done! 

What a cute little gift! 

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