Quick and Easy Self Closing Holiday Treat Holder
December 10, 2017
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You are going to love how quick and easy these self closing treat holders are to make, and how cute they are when you use Stampin' Up! Quilted Christmas paper!! These make the perfect neighbor gift, teacher treat, co-worker surprise or stocking stuffer for the holidays! Just fill with your favorite candies!
These treats are self-closing and all you do is pinch the top to open!!
I loved the extra added design element of punching the top with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch, or you can also round the top with a circle punch, circle framelit or paper snips.
I created all of these candy treat holders with the Quilted Christmas 6x6 paper stack designs and decorated them with the Stitched Felt embellishments and Quilted Christmas ribbon, all found on page 5 in the 2017 Stampin' UP! Holiday catalog.
The tags are created with the Everyday Label punch (pg 12) and stamps from the Christmas Happiness set (pg 27) and the Labels to Love set (pg 45).
You can create cute colored stars for accents like I used on the tags by coloring the Metallic Enamel Shapes with Stampin' Blends markers or sharpie markers!
You only need a 4"x6" piece of paper, so they work perfectly with the 6x6 Quilted Christmas paper stack! Grab your Simply Scored board and follow the video instructions linked below!
I found the directions for these adorable scalloped top self-closing treat holders on PootlesPapercraft YouTube channel HERE! Enjoy the video, and enjoy making them for your family and friends this Christmas!
Thank you for joining me today! I hope you will create some of these adorable treats this Holiday Season!
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