Wednesday, December 05, 2018

Merry Christmas Card and Treats

Hello!  This Sukie and I'm back with a fun project idea for my guest designer post.  I used the Cottage Cutz Christmas Tag Topper set for my card and treats. This set is so versatile and can be used for so many different projects.
I found the papers in my stash from the DCWV Winter mat stack, the papers are a lighter card stock which works best for wrapping the Hershey's Nuggets.  I trimmed the wrappers to 1"x3" which is the perfect size for the chocolate.  I used Glue Dots Temporary Adhesive tape to adhere the wrappers to the Nuggets.
The tray for the Nuggets was cut at 2"x4" in a heavier card stock.  I scored the sides at 1/4" to create the tray.
The tag toppers were die cut to coordinate with the Hershey's Nuggets.  I used a pen to detail the snowmen faces and buttons.
Once I wrapped all of the Nuggets, they were secured to the trays with a removable Glue Dot, this helps to keep them from shifting in the clear bags.  I cut out the rectangles from the Cottage Cutz Nested Stitched Scallop Rectangle set and folded it in half to create the bag topper.  The base of my card was inked on the edges and splattered with some blue paint for a bit of detail.
I adhered the banners to the card based and used some Totally Blue Trendy Twine to accent the top of  my card.  
Here are the dies used on my project available over in the shop:


Pam MacKay said...

Super cute gift ideas! Love the colors and wonderful topper dies!

Janja said...

What a nice card with a sweet gift!

Mary Marsh said...

I like the idea of using these tag topper dies for little gift boxes- I also like the ink splattered background on your card.

Lois said...

What a clever Christmas gift!

Jeanne said...

Great idea to use these for treats!