C ute packaging using Stampin' Up! products.
Fold a Mini Shipping Box together using the Bone Folder to get sharp folds.
Fill the box with treats and close the top flaps.
Cut an 18" long piece of Terracotta Tile 1/2" Scalloped Linen Ribbon. Place the box on top of the ribbon so it is centered. Tie the ends of the ribbon together in a knot on the top of the box. Trim the ends.
Unlock the 2" Circle Punch. Slide Garden Green Cardstock into the punch. Punch.
Unlock the Darling Label Punch from the Darling Label Punch Box. Slide Terracotta Tile Cardstock into the punch. Punch.
Put the Darling Label punch out on some Grid Paper to protect your work surface.
Mount the set of three small sequins image from the It Starts With Art Set on Block A. Ink it up with the Terracotta Tile Ink Pad. Stamp it randomly all over the Darling Label punch out. Remember to re-ink the stamp each time. Let some of the images go off the edges.
Use SNAIL Adhesive to adhere the stamped Darling Label punch out to the center of the Garden Green circle punch out.
Mount the "follow your art" sentiment from the It Starts With Art Set on Block G. Ink it up with the Terracotta Tile Ink Pad. Stamp it in the center of a strip of Coastal Cabana Cardstock.
Unlock the Classic Label Punch. Holding the punch upside down so you can see the punching area, slide the stamped sentiment into the punch and get it centered in the punching area. Punch.
Adhere the sentiment punch out across the center of the Darling Label/circle punch outs using SNAIL Adhesive.
Use the mini spatula on the Take Your Pick to carefully peel up either a Terracotta Tile or a Mint Macaron flower gem from a sheet of Flower Faceted Gems making sure that you get the adhesive backing as well. Adhere the flower gem to the bottom right corner of the Darling Label punch out.
Use a hole punch to punch a small hole in the top of the Garden Green circle.
Cut a 5" piece of Linen Thread. Fold the thread in half. Stick the folded ends of the thread through the hole in the top of the tag from the front side. Feed the two loose ends of the thread through the loop in the thread and pull it tight.
Tie the two loose ends of the thread around the knot on the ribbon on the box using a knot. Trim the excess thread off.