Everyone loves to get a little sweets in their Christmas Stocking or receive a pretty packaged item.
Here are a few items I made for a Craft Fair coming up on November 25th in Richwood, Ohio called Sleigh Bells Ring Craft Fair.
These here are Hershey nuggets, slide in a 2 x 6 or 2 x 8 bag add some twine to tie it off. Stamp on some cardstock and make a snowman! Super simple and quick gift. To cover each piece you need a 1 x 3 piece of dsp or cardstock, wrap around and use a glue dot.
Test Tube treats are all the rage in our area right now. Slide in some six-lets and wrap with some twine. The treat tube holder is a die I found at Taylored Expressions and the even have test tubes to fit the die. The test tubes I am using are a past Stampin' Up! item.
Here is a hot chocolate holder. It has two pockets I added to hold the hot chocolate, a mini bag of marshmallows, a candy spoon and some chocolate nuggets. This was a box I punched out with the box punch board. I cut off the top flaps and the flaps that fold in I punched a hole and thread some ribbon through to create the box.
Here is a rice krispie holder for the mini rice krispies. I used the tag topper to create the ends. Added a belly band and decorated it with the Santa cut from the dsp.
Here is a box made with two sheets of 12 x 12 DSP. I wrapped it up with some Merry Merlot-Copper ribbon and added a wire snowflake. It is so pretty! The small box is made with the punch board just like the large box. This one will have peppermint bark candy which I have to finish making.
At a big city Catholic school, Father O'Malley and Sister Benedict do not see eye to eye, but through faith the school gets a gift of a new building.
I would love to hear your comments and do not forget about the hostess code for a free gift during this months campaign. If order exceeds $150.00 do not use hostess codes so you can get the extra hostess rewards and you will get the free item automatically.