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A Little Holiday Treat

We had class last week and of course I had to leave a little treat at each place.  I am so thankful for my stamping friends!  I feel so fortunate to have such good friends. Here's the treat.

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Everyone loves a Ghirardelli chocolate!  This treat is so simple to make.  I think you can go to Youtube and search for Stampin' Up! Trifold Treat Holder and you'll find something.  I'm going to show you the best I can.

Treat holder 1

Start with a square piece of paper.  The completed treat holder above is made from Warmth & Cheer Designer Series Paper Stack.  My samples for the tutorial are from This Christmas Specialty Designer Series Paper.  For the Ghirardelli treats my paper is 6 x 6.  That's perfect for the paper stacks.

Treat holder 3

Fold the paper on the diagonal.

Treat holder 4

Fold over one side so that the point touches the opposite side.

Treat holder 5

Fold over the other side.  Uses the bone folder to burnish the folds.

Treat holder 6

Fold down the top flap.  Insert your hand in the opening and push it out a little.  No glue is needed!

Treat holder 7

It's all ready to decorate.

Class treats 1

I do love these holders with the Warmth & Cheer Designer Series Paper Stack and it's perfect for this treat.  Use the Layering Circles Framelits for the Cherry Cobbler scalloped circle.  Use the 2 inch circle punch for the Whisper White.  It's easier to stamp the sentiment and then punch.  The saying is from the Candy Cane Christmas stamp set.  The Pretty Pines Thinlits were used to make Garden Green boughs and also the Cherry Cobbler bow.  Insert candy.  You could make these a little larger and put a Christmas cookie in there.  Just use your imagination for any occasion!

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These are so easy and quick.  Who could you surprise today?  Spread some smiles!

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Penny Laschanzky

very cute and I'm sure your friends appreciated these! Thanks for explaining how to do!

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