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Early Christmas presents

December 5, 2017

Today was my last class at Beachmere for this year and I like to give the ladies a little something from me to say Merry Christmas.   This little treat box was shared by Bronwyn Eastley and I thought it was a great idea.  I’ve changed up the colours but love her idea.   I scored and folded Soft Sky card, cut a circle from one panel using the Layering Circles Framelits Dies and then embossed the card using the Woodland Embossing Folder.  Once you fold the card and attach the panel you are left with a little pocket on the inside which is where you place your treat.  In this case a small round chocolate.   The front panel is decorated by cutting a circle from Whisper White card which is then cut using the Hometown Greetings Thinlits Dies.  The Whisper White card is attached to a Night of Navy cirlce, then a Soft Sky circle and then a Whisper White scalloped circle.  All these pieces were cut using the Layering Circles Framelits Dies.  Before attaching the panel to the card front, I wrapped the chocolate holder with the Night of Navy 1/2″ Gingham Ribbon.  Once the panel was secure I tied the ribbon into a bow.  Lastly I stamped the greeting from the Hearts Come Home stamp set onto a narrow strip of Whisper White card using Night of Navy in.  The greeting panel is attached using a glue dot on each end.

I love how this packaging really dresses up the very small gift the ladies are receiving.

Bye for now,

Kris

Product Used:

Hearts Come Home Clear-Mount Bundle

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