Something that doesn’t happen quite as often as I would like, is me spending time in the kitchen cooking or baking. I don’t love to cook, but I don’t mind baking. I would probably bake something everyday if I had the time, but it’s a good thing that I don’t because then I’d want to eat it all! A few days ago, I decided to make some cinnamon rolls to take to a couple of friends. They didn’t turn out quite as well as I would have like them too, so I didn’t end up taking them over to the friends. I decided I’d make some scotcharoos instead, and what would a yummy little treat be with out a cute package to go with it?! Today I’m going to show you how to put this Sweet Treat for a Friend together.
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Sweet Treat for a Friend Supplies:
- Perfect Mix Stamp Set
- Banner Framelits
- Cardstock (Daffodil Delight, Bermuda Bay, Strawberry Slush, Whisper White)
- Classic Stampin’ Ink Pads (Daffodil Delight, Bermuda Bay)
- Clear Block
- Thick Baker’s Twine (I used what I had, but this is similar)
- Paper Treat Bags
Once you have all of your supplies gathered, cut strips of your cardstock to be the width that you’d like to wrap around the bag. I cut mine 2″ wide x 8.5″ long.
I got out the stamps and started stamping on the strips of paper. I made sure I had a piece of paper underneath since I was stamping on the edge of my paper.
I put a treat into each of the bags.
Folded the top of the bag.
I put adhesive on the back of the strip of paper, then wrapped it around the bag, securing it at the back.
Using whisper white cardstock, I stamped the “no one measures up to you” stamp with the three ink colors I was using. Once they were stamped, I used the banner framelits to cut it out, creating my tags.
I grabbed the thick baker’s twine and attached the tags to the bags. Aren’t they so cute, the way they turned out?!
I think for projects like this the thick baker’s twine is the best! I love that stuff!
Who would you give one of these cute little packages to? I’m sure anyone would love it!
If you are looking for more fun Stampin’ Up! projects, then check out the ones I have HERE.