Monday, April 23, 2012


Today's MISM project is a treat holder that was one of my class projects on Friday, and everyone loved it!  Using Stampin' Up!'s Simply Scored scoring tool and diagonal plate made this a very quick and easy project to make.  Besides being a perfect little treat holder or party favor, it's also a good way to use leftover designer paper because all you need is one 6" x 6" square.  As you can tell from the pictures, this treat holder has two pockets, and I placed a teabag in one pocket and a little note card in the other pocket.  There's enough space in the center to include a mini candy bar, chapstick, lipstick or, as my sister suggested, a cinnamon stick to complement the tea!  This little project can be decorated as simply or as elaborately as desired, and wouldn't it look nice dressed up with a monogram?  This project features the following Stampin' Up! products:  Naturals Ivory and Lucky Limeade card stock, "Artistic Etchings" and "Friendly Phrases" stamp sets, "Everyday Enchantment" designer paper and ribbon, linen thread, Stampin' Dimensionals, and the following punches - Full Heart, Large Oval, Scallop Oval, and 1/8" Circle.

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