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yummy box

Here is the second of the projects for Raesha’s Virtual Stamp Workshop. This treat box is so quick and easy!

Supplies:
Yummy Stamp Set (one of the sets you can get for FREE with any $50 order)
Big Shot Die Cut Machine
Box #2 Bigz XL Die
one piece of Bashful Blue cardstock cut to 6″ X 11″
scrap of Whisper White cardstock
Classic stamp pad in Riding Hood Red
Scissors
1/4″ white grosgrain ribbon (20 inches)
adhesive

You’ll notice from yesterday’s post that most of these supplies are the same! With just a core set of tools and papers, you can make a wide range of projects.

Tart and Tangy Treat Pouch Tutorial

1. Place bashful blue cardstock over the box #2 die and run through the Big Shot machine.
2. Score at marked score lines (shown above).
3. Stamp “Yummy” sentiment using Riding Hood Red ink onto white paper.
4. Cut out design with scissors.
5. Use adhesive to attach sides of box. This is a great die cut because you only have to tape in two small areas.

Tart and Tangy Treat Pouch Tutorial

6. Apply tape to one end of the grosgrain ribbon. Place it on the back of the box. Wrap the ribbon around, overlap the ends, trim, and adhere using more tape. See above for an example of this.
7. Adhere stamped cut-out to the front of the box.
8. Using the remaining ribbon, tie a small piece around the ribbon going around the box using a square knot.
9. Fill the box with yummy treats!
10. Give it away!

Remember, all orders placed at my Stampin’ UP website until Thursday will count towards Raesha’s virtual workshop. All orders will be sent directly to you. Take advantage of Sale-a-bration and get extra product for free with every $50 purchase. It’s my favorite time of the Stampin’ UP year!

tart and tangy pouch

Over the next few days I’ll be helping Raesha, at My Love, host a virtual stamp workshop. She does the hosting…I do the workshop. Over the next two days, I’m going to show you how to make these two cute items. The one on the left is a box and the one on the right is a pouch to hold a baggie of goodies. I wanted to show something that was quick and easy to make that would most likely use most of the same supplies you already have.

Today I’ll show you how I made the pouch on the right. Come back tomorrow for the box of yummy treats.

Supplies:

Tart & Tangy Stamp Set
one piece of Bashful Blue cardstock cut to 4″ X 11″
Washington Apple Designer Series Paper cut to 4″ X 4″
scrap of Whisper White cardstock
scrap of Riding Hood Red cardstock
Classic stamp pad in Riding Hood Red
Scallop punch
1 3/8″ circle punch
1/4″ white grosgrain ribbon (6 inches)
Crop-a-dile (or other hole punch)
adhesive

Tart and Tangy Mosaic

1. Lay Bashful Blue cardstock out lengthwise and score at 4″, 5″, and 9″.
2. Adhere Washington Apple DSP to the 4 X 4 section of your pouch.
3. Stamp apple using Riding Hood Red ink pad on your white paper. Punch out using 1 3/8″ circle punch.
4. Punch a scallop circle out of Riding Hood Red paper.
5. Use adhesive to attach white circle to scallop circle.
6. Fold over your pouch. Be careful to only apply adhesive to the top half of your stamped scallop. Attach to the flap of the pouch.
7. Use Crop-a-dile to punch a hole in the side through front two layers of paper only.
8. Tie with ribbon.
9. Wrap this around a little baggie of goodies.
10. Give it away!