T his adorable little gift holds 6 Hershey's Nuggets. Wrapped in scraps of Festive Farmhouse Designer paper, they create a very masculine look for the tough to celebrate man on your list.
Cut a piece of cardstock: 2"X6"
Score along the 6" side: 1/2" on each side
Cut 6 pieces of scraps, 1"X3"
Adhere just one end...at 1/4" and wrap around each candy, so that adhesive sticks to your paper and not the candy...I think there is some law about this that I can't remember any more but I think you are not allowed to adhere anything to the candy wrapper itself.
Lay candies, alternating the colors, onto the little tray you made with cardstock and slide this into our 2"X8" cello bags.
You can add any topper. You could just use a piece of cardstock, cut at 2"X3" and fold in half and staple...just adding a greeting. I did this first, then....
...I stamped our little Seasonal Chums Reindeer with Momento Tuxedo Black ink and die cut it then colored it with Stampin' Blends: I used Soft Suede, light and dark, Cherry Cobbler and a black sharpie for the hooves. I cut off the tag hanger thingy at the back ear, then punched a hold thru the bell to tie on a tag. Folded this and placed it over the piece that I had just stapled on the package...trying to cover the staples.
I stamped a greeting, then laid the little die for the scallop...from this same die set, "Seasonal Tags Framelits". Then I attached some copper thread thru the tag and thru the deer's bell (where I already punched a hole). I think it turned out terribly 'yummy' and I'll be proud to gift it to my favorite man!
I stamped a greeting, then laid the little die for the scallop...from this same die set, "Seasonal Tags Framelits" and ran it thru the Big Shot. Then I attached some the Cherry cobbler Cottom Twine thread thru the tag and thru the deer's bell (where I already punched a hole) and tied a bow. I think it turned out terribly 'yummy' and I'll be proud to gift it to my favorite man! Oh, I forgot to color his nose, you can do it black or red depending on whether you want your's to be Rudolph!