Dec 17, 2019

Christmas Treats and card

Hi everyone, Steph back with another project for Dies R Us.

I couldn't resist this lovely Tutti Designs die, so I created a candy treat box and matching card for a special someone.

I die cut the design from 5 colors of Rinea Foiled Papers.  I love the intricate die and wanted it to come alive so I pieced the design back together from the various colors of foils.

Using a wood treat box, I adhered the silver foiled design to the treat box first to use as he base of my design.  Cutting apart the other foils, I used the Best Glue Ever to adhere the blue cup, the red house, the green trees and the brown cookies.

Then I filled a cellophane treat bag with mini chocolates and tied it together with twine.  It fit perfectly inside the box.

I created a coordinating card from assorted cardstock and pattern papers making sure I had a black panel on top so it would coordinate with the treat box.  I adhered the red foiled design (minus the house that was used for the treat box) to the card.  Then I cut apart the other foils and reassembled the design using the Best Glue Ever.

Merry Christmas was stamped on silver foil with black ink and then punched out.  It was added to the card with foam adhesives for dimension.  Finally, I used Glitter Drops to add dimension to the top of the roof as well as to the cookies,  The cookies could easily be chocolate chip cookies or perhaps snickerdoodles, don't you think?

Nuvo Glitter Drops - Honey Gold
Nuvo Glitter Drops - Honey Gold

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