Monday, January 21, 2019

Craft Fair 2019 Series Episode 2
One of my new additions to my craft fair inventory last year were these cute little Ghirardelli treat holders.  They are super cute, and really easy to put together.  I'm bringing them back for 2019 and thought I would share with you today.  

If you have 6x6 paper, and who doesn't or 12x12 for that matter, you can whip up a bunch in no time.  


Supplies needed:
6x6 pretty paper, Scoreboard, Corner Rounder, Embellishment, 1/8 inch hand held punch, ribbon, bakers twine, dimensionals, stamp and ink

Here are the instructions for you to re-create.

Fold your paper in half point to point.  Now take it to your scoreboard and score along the fold line 1/2 inch.  Then rotate so the longest line is at the top and score at 2 3/4.  Flip and score at 2 3/4 on the other side.

Now burnish all of your score lines.  Fold the side flaps in and then fold up and over on the remaining score lines.   Use a corner rounder to round the top flaps and then  the 1/8" hand held punch to create a hole on the top of the holder.  Thread your ribbon through and then create a knot.  Add bakers twine to create a bow.


If this is too hard to follow, you can watch me create the holder on my 
YouTube video below.



I used the Just for You sentiment from the Vibrant Vases stamp set.  Ink the sentiment in a coordinating/matching color. I die cut the banner using the Stitched Labels Framelits Dies.  

Add one dimensional and add to the front.
Here's a look at my bin with most of the prep work completed.  That way I am ready when my inventory runs low.  Just need the chocolate!

I hope you are able to make these and give to a friend today!  Chocolate is cheerful!
Happy stamping and creating!




Happy stamping and creating!

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My name is Karen McNall, and I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Inspired By Gram was created after my grandmother. She taught me many crafting skills over the years and I enjoy being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator teaching and sharing the art of rubber stamping and papercrafting.

1 comment:

  1. Karen, Loving your craft fair series!
    What did you sell these for and how did they do?
    I've been invited to be a vendor at two craft fairs around Christmas and your projects are a great inspiration.
    Thanks for sharing :D

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