We made this cute little treat holder at my Stamp Clubs this month. I used a half sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock  (4 1/2 x 11).  I scored it at 1 1/2 and 6 1/2 inches.  Before embossing the front, I used one of the ovals from the Ovals Collection Framelits to cut out the front.  I stamped the front of the cello bag with StazOn Opaque (white).  It dries pretty quickly and adds such a nice finishing touch to the project.  I attached small velcro dots, which I bought at a local hardware store, to the 2 3/8 Scallop Oval. Once I shut it, the other half of the Velcro was exactly where I wanted it!  The trick is to put your candy inside FIRST before you attach the velcro.  I did it the other way around the first time and it wouldn’t shut properly.  I hope this inspires you to give it a try!


Everybunny  W-122705  $27.95  C-122707  $19.95

Delightful Dozen    W-1222650  $32.95      C-122652  $24.95

Daffodil Delight cardstock #119683  $6.95

Tempting Turquoise cardstock #102067   $6.95

Whisper White cardstock #100730  $8.50

Blender Pens #102845  $9.95

Watercolor Pencils #101879  $19.95

Watercolor Crayons  Each (four different sets): $16.95   page 157

2 3/8 Scallop Circle Punch #118874  $16.95

1 ¾ Scallop Circle Punch  #119854  $16.95

Ovals Collection Framelits #129381  $26.95

Paper Piercing Tool  #126189  $3.95

Paper Piercing Mat #126199  $4.95

Polka Dot Parade Designer Series Paper  #126902  $10.95   Size on project:  4 x 1 ¼

StazOn Opaque (White pad and refill)  #106960  $11.95

StazOn Black ink pad  #101406  $7.95

4×6 Cello Bags #102757  $4.50   trimmed to 5 ½”

Sticky Strip  #104294  $6.95

Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder #117335  $7.95

Velcro dots (non Stampin’ Up!

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