Thursday, February 12, 2009

Scallop Envelope Candy Holder - Tutorial

To make this candy holder posted 2/11/09:
-(2) Big Shot Scallop Envelopes. Cut paper 4-1/4" x 4-1/8" and put through Big Shot. Total height is 4" (bottom flap is 3/4" and that means part of the envelope is cut off).
-(1) strip 5/8" x 8-1/2" long designer paper.
- 6-1/2" long 5/8" wide Grosgrain ribbon
-Small Oval Punch
-Sticky Tape attached as shown
Stamp image by using Rose Red Ink. Use Blender pen to "remove" the Yummy words and replace with Stampin Write Old Olive Pen. Stamp image and cut out. Apply dimensionals, set aside.

There is a small overlap. The 1/4" sticky is shown cut in half. The photo below shows the 1st step: attach only one side of the box.
Position the Designer paper as shown - secure left side only. Do Not tape Designer Paper down yet.
-Once the box is folded, there will need to be a little "ease". Start to fold and assemble box. Now attach the other side. The finished sides should measure 3/4".
-Wrap Designer Paper aound box.
-Attach Yummy cut piece to front
-Tie ribbon through handles

Thank you for stopping by today...............enjoy


jmniffer said...

This is so cute! Thanks for showing yet another use for the scallped envelope is on my SAB wish list for sure. jmniffer

Project Create said...

How cute. The scallop envelope can be used so many ways. Great tutorial.Thanks

Rose said...

Hi Patti! Wow - what a great blog you have! I'm glad I discovered your site from SCS. You've got some awesome projects and tutorials. I love that Backpack one too! Thanks for sharing ;)

Lorri said...

Hi Patti, LOVE your creations!!! (Do you remember me?) So nice to see you posting. THANKS so much!!

Jen said...

I love this! I can't wait to try it!

Sherri said...

What a super cute idea! I've used your tutorial and posted mine today:)

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