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I'm deep in the middle of creating for my upcoming Craft Fairs, so today I'm showing you a couple of new items I'll be featuring this year! I shared how to create these cute Tic Tac Gum pull-treat holders during my LIVE Class last Thursday. Check out the replay of the LIVE Class below, and if you love the products, you can get a FREE Wrapped In Plaid LIVE Class Kit when you place a minimum order with the Host Code by Monday, October 14, 2019.
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Adorable Tic Tac Gum Pull-Treat Holders
I found this adorable little project from Lisa Brown's blog and I couldn't wait to try it! It's designed to hold Tic Tac Gum or regular Tic Tacs, so it makes a perfect stocking stuffer or little gift for a friend or co-worker. Best of all, they are pretty simple to create, so you can make a whole batch in a short time!
Holder Basics—For my first project, I used the 6" x 6" Wrapped In Plaid Designer Series Paper and the Perfectly Plaid stamp set. The project starts with a 6" x 6" piece of DSP, so this DSP pack is perfect for lots of variety!
- If you're paper is directional, place it with the top of the DSP at the top of the Simply Scored tool. Score along the first side at 1", 2-3/4", 3-3/4" and 5-1/2".
- Turn the paper 90° to the right, so the top is now on the right side. Score at the 1", 4-1/2" and 5-1/2" marks.
- Fold on all the score lines. Fold down the top trim edge so that is showing.
- Trim away the small 1/2" x 1" corner that's at the bottom.
- Along the bottom side, cut up the score lines to the intersecting score line.
- Place Tear & Tape Adhesive along the skinny tab on the "right side" of the DSP you want to show.
- Assemble the box. Close the bottom flaps and add Tear & Tape to secure.
- Pinch the top together.
- Watch the LIVE Class Replay above to see this in action!
Pull Tab—I cut a 1/2" x 8-1/2" strip of Shaded Spruce cardstock for the pull tab. It's stamped at the top with the Perfectly Plaid "Ho Ho Ho" stamp in Shaded Spruce ink, then the ends are stuck together with Tear & Tape. I added the Tic Tacs inside the strip, then placed it into the treat holder. See the photo later in this post.
Pretty Plaid Pine—I stamped the Perfectly Plaid tree image in Shaded Spruce onto Whisper White cardstock, then punched it out with the Pine Tree Punch. It's popped up onto a Gold Foil Stitched Shapes circle die-cut with Dimensionals. I attached the circle with Dimensionals, too. I finished by adding some Red Rhinestone Jewels to the tree. Watch the LIVE Class Replay to see this in action!
Sweet Sentiment—I stamped a greeting from Itty Bitty Christmas in Shaded Spruce ink onto a 1-5/8" x 1/2" piece of Whisper White cardstock, then fishtail cut the ends. I mounted it under the focal point with Dimensionals.
Two Cool—My second version features the Let It Snow DSP and Snowman Season stamp set. I love the DSP pattern with the large sparkly snowman for this one…so fancy! The pull-tab is stamped with the Snowman Season snowflakes in Coastal Cabana and topped with a Holiday Rhinestone Jewel.
Sparkly Snowman—I stamped the Snowman Season image in Memento Tuxedo Black onto a Whisper White Stitched Shapes circle die-cut. I colored it with Stampin' Blends in Dark Cherry Cobbler, Light Shaded Spruce and Light Pumpkin Pie. It's popped up onto a Cherry Cobbler Layering Circles scalloped circle die-cut and popped up onto the holder. I finished by adding a little Wink of Stella sparkle over the entire snowman.
Sweet Sentiment—I stamped an Itty Bitty Christmas greeting in Memento Black onto a 1-5/8" x 1/2" piece of Whisper White, fishtailed the ends and popped it up with Dimensionals.
Three Cool—This style of treat holder is also perfect for Halloween treat favors! My third project uses the Monster Bash DSP and Spooktacular Bash stamp set. I made a pull-tab from Terracotta Tile and topped it with a Monster Bash Enamel Shape. So spooky!
Daring Sentiment—I stamped the Spooktacular Bash sentiment in VersaMark ink onto Whisper White cardstock and heat embossed it with Black Embossing Powder for a pretty glossy look. It's die-cut with the Ornate Frames dies. I also die-cut a Terracotta Tile frame and Black Foil curly frame layer with the Ornate Frame dies. They are so, SO versatile for any occasion! All of the layers are popped up with Dimensionals.
Cool Candy—Here you can see how I positioned the Tic Tac Gum inside the pull-tab before stuffing them into the holders. I color coordinated my Tic Tac Gum to match the DSP on each holder: orange for Monster Bash, red for Wrapped in Plaid and green for Let It Snow! Too Cool!
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