Tuesday, May 03, 2022

Please Take One Treat Sign

Hello Scrapping Cottage friends!  
Melinda here with you on this Terrific Tuesdie! Today I am sharing a project featuring that sweet little Echidna and the Protea dies from the Fantastic new Australian Friends Die Release!!! Here is what I created.
I made this adorable little sign to go with my little treat pail. I used the sweet little Echidna die to create the star of this little sign. 

I started by cutting out all of the pieces in plain white cardstock. That is my favorite thing to do. It is such a treat to color the pieces in. I say treat because coloring is very relaxing for me. I then turned to that adorable Protea die and cut those pieces out in white as well. I then proceeded to color the various pieces in. I then cut some of the scallop stitched rectangles from that set.


I used three of the rectangles in the set. I added some colored cardstock mats to the two larger ones that I used. I then added some foam tape and some double-sided tape to the back of the medium sized mat. I built up the sides with foam tape so that I can compensate for the stick. I didn't want it to be lumpy.

I then mounted the medium one to the larger mat. Once that was completed, I printed out the Please take one and added that to the smallest rectangle. I finished it off by adding a little bow to the stick.



I used some clear tape to adhere the stick to the side of the pail. This way as people take one of the little treats the stick won't wobble around.

Here is one more look at the finished project. I work at a place where customers stop by and wanted to have a little something out there for them.

Here is the fantastic new collection 
FROM DOWN UNDER!



The Dies I used to create this project:

I used the Scallop Stitched Rectangle set, however that is currently sold out.
This is a great alternative through.


Have you checked out the CottageCutz YouTube channel yet? 
It is filling up with beautiful projects and great how-tos!  
Head over and check out the latest video! 

Well that about covers it for today! Until the next time, have a wonderfully craft-die day!
Melinda Beltran

2 comments:

Mary Marsh said...

This is such a cute 3D project Melinda

Pam MacKay said...

Adorable project very creative