Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Valentine Treat Pouch

Good Morning, Stampers!

I have a fun Valentine Treat to share with you that I created for my Big Shot class this past week. It features the Sizzix Pop-N-Cut's die folded into a pouch and filled with tasty Valentine Choclate Hearts! Believe ot or not, there is NO stamping!

To create the pouch:

1. Cut a piece of Basked Brown Sugar to 4 1/4" x 11".
2. Fold the cardstock in half and place on the die so that the open end is above the arch and the fold is lined up with the (2) center lines. Cut.
3. Enboss the front using the Arrows embossing folder.
4. Cut a 2" x 4 1/4" piece of Real Red cardstock using the wave from the Sizzix Tasteful Trim die (ON SALE THIS WEEK!)
4. Emboss with the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder and adhere to the front of the pouch.
5. Cut a large heart from crumb Cake cardstock uisng the Hearts framelits. Adhere to the pouch using Stampin' Dimensionals.
6. Cut the medium and small hearts together from Real Red cardstock.
7. Set the small cut out heart to the side for the tag later.
8. Cut a medium heart from the Fresh Prints DSP.
9. Adhere the DSP to the pouch.
10. Adhere the large cut out heart to the DSP using Stampin' Dimensionals.
11. Cut an arrow from the Label Card Thinlit using Bermuda Bay cardstock. Cut in half.
12. Cut the sentiment from the Label Card Thinlit using Coastal Cabana cardstock.
13. Adhere the arrow to each side of the sentiment and adhere it to the pouch using a Stampin' Dimensional on the heart.
14. Punch a hole in the small Real Red heart. String it to a piece of Real Red Stitched ribbon.
15. Punch two holes at the top of the pouch and thread the ribbon for the handle.
16. Fill the pouch with yummy treats!

Paper: Real Red, Bermuda Bay, Coastal Cabana, Crumb Cake, Baked Brown Sugar, Fresh Prints DSP
Accessories: Heart Framelits, Label Card Thinlit Framelits, Arrow embossing folder, hole punch, Sizzix Pop-N-Cuts die, Real Red Stitched Ribbon, Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder, Sizix Tasteful Trim

Happy Stampin'!

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