This little treat pouch has been made as a thank you but will also be great as an alternative to an egg at Easter. I’ll be demonstrating a variation of this and the mint holder, along with more projects using the Scalloped Tag Topper punch, at the Ross Papercraft Show at Doncaster tomorrow, so please drop by if you can.
Sweet Sorbet DSP (SAB freebie 133521) was scored and folded into three so that it measured just a smidge (technical term, lol) under 2″ and then punched with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch (133324). Slits were cut down along the score lines from the top for just a couple of inches. The back piece was left unfolded and in full. The front piece was folded down and the centre piece was snipped away. Using Pool Party ink, the sentiment from Six Sided Sampler* (Wood 130953 or Clear 130956) was stamped onto the folded down piece, which was then adhered in place with a dimensional. The treat pouch was adhered closed and a skinny cello bag (124134) filled with sweets was slid inside it. After stamping one of the hexagons from the same stamp set in Pistachio Pudding ink onto Whisper White card, it was punched out with the Hexagon* (130919) and popped up on a dimensional. One of the flowers from Petite Petals** (Wood 133152 or Clear 133155) was stamped in Crisp Cantaloupe ink onto Whisper White card, which was then punched out with the matching Petite Petals punch** (133322) and popped up on a further dimensional.
Have a great weekend.