Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Who remembers me talking about buying fleece to make hats for candy bars?  Okay, here's a sneak peek at 2 of the designs.  I also have a snowman and a penguin.  

Here are the Santa and Rudolph.  A Hershey bar is inside.  
Here's a closer look at the reindeer.  I love the Red Glimmer Paper for the nose.  

He has to have some antlers, so I put them through the hat.
A closer look at Santa.  Can you tell what punch I used for the mustache?  The Bird Builder Punch!
For his belt buckle, I used a retired 1/4" Square punch for the center and then a 1" Square punch for the outside.  When wrapping candy bars, the card stock cannot be attached to the candy, just wrapped around and taped to itself.  
Red Glimmer Paper - by Stampin' Up!
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Valentine’s Day just begs for red glitter—what better way to express the deep feelings of the heart than through its shimmery shininess? Our Red Glimmer Paper allows you to create custom glittery accents for your Valentine’s Day projects without the hassle and mess of adhering glitter to paper yourself so you can focus on what’s important about this holiday—letting that special person or all the people you love and admire how very much they mean to you.

■ Cut into fun shapes with rules-based Big Shot dies or any other cutting tools
■ Includes 2 sheets, 12" x 12"
Set Quantity: 2

Bird Punch - by Stampin' Up!

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Punches are a quick and easy way to add interest, dimension, and color to your cards, tags, and scrapbook pages. You can glue punched shapes directly onto your projects or layer a sheet of card stock that has been punched over a coordinating card stock for a reverse effect. The large cutting surface of our punches give you better punching leverage and cutting precision, and the sleeker body makes it easy to store.

■ Adds interest to scrapbook pages and cards
■ Has an easy-to-use thumb lever

1 comment:

  1. Adorable! Great blog, too. (following you now)
    You're invited to visit/follow my "Avenue of Art" (www.AvenueofArt.com)


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