Sweet Little Gifts – Featuring the Snowflake Splendor Suite

One of my favorite memories of Christmastime as a child was wrapping little things like a pack of Dentine gum for my dad or a Mr. Goodbar candy bar for my mom. We did lots of little every day essentials with a sprinkle of sweet treats to fill the space under our tree.

Today’s project was CASE’d from my dear friend Colleen Light, I just loved the darling wrappers she made for full size Hershey Bars and just knew I had to make some myself.

Card Recipe:

I used Highland Heather cardstock, cut at 4” x 9 1/2” Score on the long side (each side) at 1/2” x 3/4”. Score on short side at 3” x 3-1/4”. Cut down each side of the base on the 3/4” score line until you hit the 3” score line (on both sides) Start by cutting along the 3” score line up to the 3/4” score line on both sides so when cutting down the length of the 3/4” score lines you don’t cut too far! Ask me how I know! 🤷🏻‍♀️

I love the Snowflake Splendor Designer Series Paper, so I cut a piece 2-1/4” x 5-3/4” and used liquid adhesive to adhere. Then I cut the piece for the smaller flap 2-1/4” x 2-3/4”. Pro tip, if you are using a patterned paper, make sure you line those images up. That is another ask me how I know 🤪 Using Tear & Tape, it has great hold for these type of projects, fold over the scored flaps and adhere to the card base.

Then I created a tag from Whisper White card stock 2” x 3”, used the Scalloped Tag Topper to punch the decorative top. I then used Pacific Point Ink to stamp the sentiment and stamped off once for the snowflakes and added ribbon to the top of the tag and wrapped around the holder to add stability to the candy bar and a dimensional at the bottom of the tag to hold in place.

All supplies can be found in my online store. https://www.stampinup.com?demoid=2189212 Need help or have questions? Feel free to message me or call ❤️

Happy crafting, I hope this inspires you when thinking of those sweet gifts for your loved ones!

Tammy ❤️

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