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Happy Scrappin

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Mini Treat Holder

 Today I have a mini treat holder for you. This one would work well with the Hershey's Bliss candy. The rectangle ones. I scraplifted this idea from Tracy at Craft Junkie or I will give you a picture tutorial on how to do this. I believe Tracy did a video of this. Its one of her older posts so you will have to look for it. I will try to find the link and come back here and post for you. So lets get started.

Supplies Needed
Crop-a-dial or hole punch of your choice
A piece of card stock 1 1/2 x 5 inches
(I used double sided for mine)
Ribbon of your choice to match your paper

1 small flower
1 brad
Ink if you want to ink around your edges before you put together
Score Pal or other scoring device
How to Asseble
Step 1 Cut your card stock to 1 1/2 x 5 inches long
Step 2 Score your card stock at 1 inch, 2 1/2 inches and 3 1/2 inches

Step 3 Ink around edges 

Step 4 Fold and crease your score lines

Step 5 punch holes with Crop-a-dile at the 1 inch score mark, making sure not to punch to close to the edge

Step 6 Tie ribbon through one hole making sure that your knot is on the inside. Decide how much ribbon you 
will need to handle to stand up. Then finish up the other side.

Step 7 Assemble your treat holder and decide where you want your flower. The flower will hold the
whole treat holder together. Use a paper piercer to make the hole. A your flower and insert brad.
Step 8 Add your candy with a mini glue dot at the bottom, so it wont fall out and viola you are all done.

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. I would love to see what you make so leave me a comment and tell me where I can view your finished project.

Happy Tuesday and Happy Scarappin


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