Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Sweet Treat Top Note Holder Step-by-Step

I had a number of requests for directions for the Sweet Treat Top Note Holder that I posted earlier today. They are really easy to make....

Here we go...
(be kind this is the first Step-by-Step I have ever done)



Step 1: Cut out 2 cardstock Top Notes and 1 DSP Top Note.
Note: Notice that the Top Note is not the same on top and bottom. The points are different--make sure you have matching points on the top and bottom so when it comes time to assemble it will match up. (The voice of experience...LOL)
Step 2: Trim your DSP Top Note on the perforated line.
Step 3: Cut in half.
Step 4: Adhere 1 piece of the DSP Top Note to the top of the BACK Chocolate Chip Top Note.
Step 5: Adhere the remaining DSP Top NOte to the bottom of the FRONT Chocolate Chip Top Note.
Step 6: Fold over the FRONT Top Note. I use my bone folder to get a nice crisp edge.
Step 7: Tape your flap down--this is optional but I find it easier to work with.



Step 8: Using Sticky Strip make a pouch.



Step 9: Assemble. I squeeze the sides a bit and stick my hand down in the pouch to form a pocket so the candy will fit better in there. It's pretty tight and needs to be 'worked over' a bit. :)

Step 10: Decorate. :)


Recipe:

Stamps: Love Bandit (Occasions Mini)

Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Real Red, Whisper White

Ink: Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip

DSP: Sending Love Specialty

Accessories: Sticky Strip, 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches, modern label punch, word window punch, heart to heart punch, dimensionals, white grosgrain ribbon, aquawriter.

5 comments:

  1. Congratulations! I just wanted you to know that your project will appear on the Yahoo Group Late Night Stamper’s blog finds of the day for January 29. Want to receive your own copy of the blog finds of the day? Join us at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/stampinuplnstampers/ or visit our Blog Finds of the Day Blog at http://blogfindsoftheday.blogspot.com.

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  2. Love the Top Note and this stamp set! Great job on the tutorial. TFS

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  3. I love this little project! Great idea, Wendy:) Nice tutorial too:)

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  4. My customers love the Top Note - mostly because it is so very versatile. Thank you SO much for yet another wonderful idea to use it for.

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