Hearts a Flutter Skinny Bag Treat Toppers

Alright, one more day of this belated-Valentine treat ideas!  Today are some treat bags I put together as examples for a friend of what she could do with the Hearts a Flutter stamp set and framelits, and the 1”x8” skinny cello bags.

So, this is the first round of ideas I was playing with.  All are variations on the same theme, but all slightly different.  See —

And as I was making these toppers, I found myself thinking that the Pink Pirouette cardstock that was the base was just a bit too plain, so I had to do some extra stamping of course!

This was the project that made me discover how much I love the look of the tone-on-tone stamping of the “little hearts in a heart shape” stamp image and then randomly stamping the outline heart stamp on top in Early Espresso ink.  It may be subtle but I just LOVE IT!

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TIPS:

  • When I am assembling these skinny cello bags, I put the opening to the bag at the bottom of the project (aka – opposite end as the treat topper).  That way, if someone wants to get at the treat but not eat/use all of it, they can have some and then seal it up and not destroy the topper!
  • For making my toppers, I cut rectangles and folded them over the end of the cello bag.  Then used sticky strip to seal them closed:

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So, again, change out the colors and the sentiment and you could have some cute Easter basket treat ideas!

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Hearts a Flutter Skinny Bag Toppers recipie:
Stamps: 
Hearts a Flutter, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink:  Early Espresso, Pink Pirouette, Real Red
Paper: Love Impressions designer paper, Pink Pirouette cs, Whisper White cs
Accessories:  Sticky Strip, Hearts a Flutter framelits, Big Shot, 1” x 8” cello bags, Word Window punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Bakers Twine, Rhinestones

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