I have a little treat holder to share with you today. These are fun and easy to make when you use the Little Treats Bundle found on page 70 in the Aug-Dec 2020 Mini Catalog. The bundle consists of a stamp set with coordinating dies to fit many occasions. I chose to make a Halloween Treat Holder. I don’t know what Halloween is going to look like this year but I’ll make some of these for my neighbors’ children just in case.
Let me remind you that while you can choose to buy either the stamps or only the dies but you will receive a 10% discount if you purchase them as a bundle.
I loved using the die to cut out the treat holder, there’s no measuring and scoring involved. The die does it all for you. Super simple! The Little Treats Bundle includes stamps and dies to make treat holder (or cards) for Christmas, Birthday, Wedding/Engagements, Halloween, sweet treats, Thank Yous and anytime you want to surprise someone with a little treat. Wouldn’t these be nice to set at a place setting too? Little Treats are always fun.
I used my Granny Apple Green Stampin Blends to color my white ribbon to make it bright green. Stampin Blends are alcohol based makers so they dry quickly. I also used my Pumpkin Pie Stampin Blends to color my white pearls and make them orange. Have you tried altering the color of your ribbons and pearls and rhinestones? It’s easy. I urge you to try it sometime.
Make sure you join me later this week. I have a video showing you how easy these treat holders are to put together. Here’s hoping my internet cooperates.
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Well, it looks like Fall arrived at the Texas Panhandle – at least for a few days. It’s cold, windy and there’s a light rain coming down. I love Texas Fall. Most of the school-aged children living in my subdivision have opted to attend in-person classes so it appears that on most days I can use the internet. Uploading videos does require more bandwidth and that can be a challenge these days but I hope it doesn’t fail me when I upload the Little Treats bundle video I’ve recorded.
That’s it for me today. I’m going to enjoy this cool windy weather with a cup of hot coffee with Pumpkin Pie Spice creamer. (Actually, it’s more like Pumpkin Spice Creamer with a little coffee. Don’t judge me.)