3-D Items, Blog Hop, Halloween

A Treat Worth Dying For – Team Stamp It Blog Hop

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Hello there and welcome back for this months Stamp It Group’s blog hop ~ Holiday Catalog Sneak Peek!  You should have arrived here from Lori Mueller’s blog.  If not and I’m your first stop – no worries! Simply use the back/next buttons at the bottom of this post to navigate your way around the hop.  This month, as Demonstrators we are able to preorder brand new holiday stamp sets and accessories from the upcoming Holiday Catalog a month before they’re available to you.  The ability to preorder is a built-in perk for demonstrators.  If you are interested in signing up, please call or email me.  I know that you will have an amazing time falling in love with the new Holiday Catalog!

 

**WARNING** I have been a demonstrator for 10 years and OMG…this Holiday Catalog is the BEST by far, you are going to want to get your hot little hands on a copy today.  Please send me an email if you would like a copy!  I am super excited to show you the new Happy Haunting suite.  I used the Sweet Hauntings stamp set and the Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper to create this adorable little box filled with chocolate!

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I stamped the tag twice and fussy cut the greeting.  Check out the close up of the tag.

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Here is a view from the top.  I placed 6 Hershey Nugget inside the box.

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Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you will continue the rest of the way around our hop!  Up next is Mary Bush, I know she has something great in store for you all today!

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Cardstock cuts for this project:

  • The holder is 2″ x 8-1/2″ and scored at 3-3/4″ and 4-3/4″.
    • TIP: cut and score the card stock BEFORE you use the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch.
  • The side pieces are 1-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ and scored at 1/4″ from the sides.
  • The DSP to wrap the Hershey Nuggets are 1-1/4″ x 3-1/4″.

My project supply list:

3 thoughts on “A Treat Worth Dying For – Team Stamp It Blog Hop”

  1. Hi Liz, I love your sweet little box but I tried to make it and had a few questions……….did you make the side pieces out of card stock? Did you then wrap a piece of DSP around the whole box? How big was that piece if you did? Or were the side pieces made from DP? The side piece I cut was not tall enough to hold in two rows of the nuggets so I am confused. Thanks for your help – it is so cute.

    Sharon

    in NC

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    1. Hi Sharon! The side pieces are cardstock and measure 2-1/2″ x 1-1/2″. They are scored at 1/4″ on the 2-1/2″ side (long side). The DSP is a strip that measures 1-1/2″ x 6-1/2″. The DSP that wraps around the nuggets measure 1-1/4″ x 3-1/4″! Enjoy!!

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