Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Last Minute Hot Cider or Cocoa Gifts

This last minute gift idea can go in the gift bag you made from yesterday's blog post to give to neighbors or to have on hand just in case a quick gift is needed. These hot cider and hot cocoa wrappers make for a lovely gift presentation. You could even add a stamped layer inside the cardstock behind the drink package so you have a card too. A double gift! What could be better!

This project design was cased from Libby Fens.

Retired Dashing Along Designer Series Paper above on Cherry Cobbler cardstock.

Retired Santa's Workshop Designer Series Paper on either Garden Green or Poppy Parade cardstock.

Trimming the Town Designer Series Paper from the August-Dec. 2020 Mini Catalog is on Misty Moonlight or Pear Pizzazz cardstock.

Materials Needed to cover one drink package:
  • 4" x 11" cardstock, scored at 4-1/2" and 9", plus 2"x2" scrap for 1-3/4" circle tag
  • Designer Series Paper to Match  - If you cut a 3-3/4" x 12" piece first, you can get 2 sets of paper for two drink packages.  One set is 1-3/4" x 3-3/4" and 3-3/4" x 4-1/4"
  • 1-3/4" circle punch for colored cardstock tag
  • 1-1/2" circle punch for Whisper White tag out of a 2" x 2" scrap piece
  • Warm Hugs stamp set for greeting and matching ink
  • Red Foil and small heart punch
  • Adhesive such as Stampin' Seal or multipurpose glue for the Designer Series Paper and tag layers
  • Mini Dimensionals for heart and regular Dimensionals for tag
  • Closure - what I used is currently not available, but in case it comes back on the market it was Tombow's Fastener Tabs (ultra thin - elongated oval shape that I cut into much smaller pieces. But if you can't find those the next best is Velcro Brand - Thin Clear Fasteners, 56 count, 3/8" circles that I would at least cut in half, if not quarters. A little goes a long ways with velcro.

Have fun making these, they are so easy and look so good!

Thanks for visiting and Happy Holidays!

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