Wow! It's been a crazy time these last few days, hasn't it? I have been pretty quiet on the blog because I have been busy transitioning my college class to online learning. I'm hoping to step-it-up a bit though in the next few days and bring you lots of great ideas for stamping and crafting while we're all hunkered down at home.
Last week (was it only last week!?), during my Facebook Virtual Stamp Class, I shared how to make this cute candy bar wrapper. It'd make a great little gift for someone and is very easy to make.
I adhered the Country Club DSP to the piece of Night of Navy and folded and scored both. Then I attached the back flaps to each other using Tear & Stick tape. I adhered the stamped oval to the front.
Next, I punched a hole through the front and back layers of the Night of Navy cardstock using the retired slot punch. You could use a 1/2" circle punch instead. I threaded a piece of Real Red cotton ribbon through both holes going from front to back. Then, I began to slide my Hershey's candy bar into the wrapper so that the red ribbon that passed between the front and back was pushed down to the bottom of the wrapper. When the candy bar was fully inserted in the wrapper, I tied the ends of the ribbon with rushed Daffodil Delight ribbon and Linen Thread.
The directions may sound a little complicated, but I think when you are putting it together it will all make sense.