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Thu 07

Sweet Treats with Have a Heart Clear Stamp Set and Heart Board by Jean Okimoto

 

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Make some Valentine candy wrappers with the Have a Heart Clear Stamps  and the Heart Board - it's sweet, quick and easy!    Create these simple tag-shaped wrappers, add a glittery heart and a pink tulle tie.  It's as easy as that!  Hi, Jean Okimoto here with a colorful Valentine project for a cold winter day.

Trim white cardstock to 8" x 11.  Score it lengthwise at 3-⅞" and 4-1/8"  - but don't fold it.   Cut it into 8" x 2-½" strips.    

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Stamp it with designs from the Have a Heart Clear Stamps Set.  The Imagine Crafts inks used here are Brilliance Pearlescent Orchid, Memento Luxe Rose Bud, VersaFineClair Glamorous, Charming Pink and Nocturne.

Fold the cardstock on the scorelines.  Trim the top corners.  Attach candy to the tag with gluedots or doublestick tape.   Add a ⅜" gold eyelet.  Tie it with pink tulle.

Stamp some greetings on white cardstock with the Best Life Typewriter Sentiments Clear Stamps

Cut red glittered cardstock with Heart Board.  Attach the larger hearts to the treat wrappers.  

Why not make some treat wrappers for co-workers - or tuck them into backpacks and lunchboxes for a special surprise.  They're easy to make and  will be appreciated long after the candy's gone.  

Thanks for stopping by - 

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Comments

Great ideas!

Thanks Barbara-Jean...anything to brighten a snowy winter day!

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