It’s the start of the Festive season and I’m sure you are like me and have a list of things to do. One of the things I like to create is little gift packages to give to family and friends. I was shopping yesterday in the states and pick up some chocolate so I could have fun creating treat holders. 

These treat holders are so simple and easy to make. You will need Hershey Nugget Chocolate and scrap pieces of pattern paper. You will cut your paper at 1 inch by 3 inches. Adhere adhesive to each end of the paper and wrap it around your nuggets. Once you are done decorating, add them to a clear 2 by 8 cello bag. 

For the tag topper you will punch out a Starburst circle from Mossy Meadows card stock, then a 2″ circle from Very Vanilla card stock. Stamp the greeting in Cherry Cobbler ink and adhere the vanilla circle to the Mossy Meadows starburst punch. 

Fold the cello bag over to create a flap and staple the topper to the bag. Then using the big shot machine, the platform, cut out a tree from the Sweetly Stitched Frameltis Dies. Adhere this to the topper with a glue dot. 

Would you like to recreate these project. Grab your supplies and follow along with me as I show you step by step how to make the project that I share above with you. 


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Want to create this project, I have listed the supplies for you below. Happy Creating!!!