A Circle-Tab Closure Treat Purse

Hi Everyone!

Circle Tab Treat Purse

I think this is such a fun treat holder, a treat purse with a closure that reminds me of the “snap” closure on the change purses.

Start with an 8×8″ piece of designer series paper and the envelope punch board.  You will also need the Circle Tab Punch for the closure.  Coordinate your inks with the paper, it is so easy to do with Stampin’ Up!

Here is a video of the project:  Circle Tab Treat Purse

I hope you enjoy it!  May your days be blessed.  Smiles, Darby

Flip Top Treat Box

Flip Top Treat Box: 5″ by 2″ by 1/2″ deep.

I love making packaging, boxes and bags, oh my!

Here is the latest box, and I made it to hold two Mini Cow Tales, a rather tasty treat of chewy caramel with a creamy center.  I had to quickly make enough boxes to use up all of the Cow Tales, or else they would have ended up in my tummy!  (And on my hips, but that is another story.)

I can also see many other treats fitting this box, as well as tissue-paper-wrapped jewelry or key chains.

Here is the video of the project:  Flip Top Treat Box

The box top flips up, and features a stitched oval image from Beautiful You.  The top is secured with a ribbon bow, and each box measures 5″x 2″ and 1/2″ deep.

I use what I have around, so the first one is made from retired card stock.  It is a fun way to use it up, and the Stampin’ Up! colors are always beautifully coordinated, even if they are retired.

Box using retired products:  Crisp Cantaloupe and Baked Brown Sugar card stock and ink, Very Vanilla card stock, Beautiful You stamp set, Stitched Shapes Framelits and 3/8″ Very Vanilla Ribbon.

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Here comes project #2

Hi everyone,

Sorry for the delay, but I was learning how to post on YouTube, with all of the additional video editing stuff.  I think I have gotten the hang of it, at least some of it, please let me know what you think!

Here is the project from my second video, the Gift Card Purse using Stampin’ Up Supplies.

Just start with a 6×6 square sheet of paper, and follow the directions in the video link above.  I used the 6×6 size to create a purse that was the right size for a standard gift card.  Although, as long as you start with a square, you can make these any size.  You probably just need to lengthen the cut for the handle.

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