Thursday, July 9, 2015

Endless Thanks Crafty Treats with Tutorial

Chocolates are often the favoured treats for my ladies, but with the temperatures of recent weeks and the warmth generated in the Summerhouse, I think chocolate is best avoided.

These cute little table favours are made for my ladies attending this weeks classes.

I'm loving the new Envelope Paper, which is what I've used here, in Cucumber Crush. They are so simple to make and a 12" x 12" sheet of Designer Series Paper or Envelope Paper will yield 12 of them. 

  • Cut a 3" Square piece of paper
  • Using the Envelope Punch Board, Punch and score at 1 1/4"
  • Turn anti-clockwise and lining the pointer up to the scoreline, punch and score
  • Turn anti-clockwise and repeat step 3 until all four sides are done, before filling your mini treat holder and securing like a domed envelope. Embellish as you wish. I've used the sentiment from Endless Thanks.
I've filled mine with the tiny Tic Tac boxes that won't melt in the warmth of the summer weather we are enjoying. 

Such a cute way to present someone with a token chocolate at the end of a meal. 

What treats would you like to receive that won't melt like chocolate would?

Happy Crafting

Mikaela x

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  1. Thank you for this tutorial - I have individually wrapped Biscoff cookies and have used this idea to enclose 2 cookies. I used a 4 x 4 inch piece of DSP and scored and punched at 1 1/2 inches. Works like a charm !

  2. You are most welcome. I am pleased that you managed to adapt it. Cookies sound like a fabulous treat to wrap, I may just have to try this. Thank you x