When I first saw the candy wrapper die, all the projects I saw with it were halloween projects and ever since then I seemed to be stuck thinking about it as a halloween thing or even birthday treats…
See this is what you see when you look at it in the catalog or online:
But then I saw this super cute idea and thought it was awesome to see other seasons with the die – in this case Christmas.
The nice thing about the die is that that it is super fast to put together because the die does all the cutting and scoring for you. You just have to fold the sides together, slide in your treat, twists the ends, and EMBELLISH!
In this case, this sample was made with:
- Designer Series Paper (a retired Christmas pattern from a couple years ago)
- Cherry Cobbler seam binding
- Tags Til Christmas stamp set
- Scallop Square punch
- Dazzling Details glitter glue
Plus, check out some of these fun touches!
I love how the outline of the scallop square is colored with a Cherry Cobbler marker. I always use Sponge Daubers to edge my shapes, but I love how precise you can get with the marker on a bumpy image like the scallop punch.
Plus, the added bling you get with the Dazzling Details glitter glue on the dots is so small but it adds A LOT when you see it in person.
So, there you have it! A quick idea for some little gifts for co-workers, friends, or stocking stuffers. 🙂
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