I think it was during October that Stampin’ Up! offered the Dashing Along Designer Series Paper as a bonus for holding an event. I had some some of the paper was disappointed when it was no longer available. Guess what! It is back in stock. I was usingthe last bits of it to create these little treats for my friends. Oh, scroll down a bit to hear about the Sale!
Do they look familiar? I made something similar at Thanksgiving. Check out that post here.
Design Notes for Dashing Along Treat Holders:
Really, believe me, these are so easy.
- For Ghirardelli Square, cut paper 4″ x 4″.
- Use the Envelope Punch Board and score and punch at 2″ on all sides.
- Fold on score lines.
- Add a little adhesive on the bottom flap.
- Close and decorate with twine, thread or thick ribbon. Add a sprig if you like.
Supply List for Dashing Along Treat Holders:
Aren’t these great papers?
This and That:
Stampin’ Up is having a Year-End close out. Some items from the Holiday catalog are going to e discontinued and some of those are even on sale! Look at the list carefull, near the end are even some sale items from the Annual Catalog! And Merry Christmas to you!
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