12 Days of Christmas: Day 8: Stocking Treat

These little treats are perfect stocking stuffer! You can get the long cello bags (1″ x 8″) from Stampin’up.  At $3.25 for 50 bags, you can make one for everybody on your list!  Just fill with your favorite candies!

Bingo Bits smarties

List of Supplies:

  • Gumball Green, Real Red and Whisper White card stock
  • Jolly Bingo Bits stamp set
  • Real Red, Gumball Green, Soft Suede, Basic Black Stampin’Markers
  • 1″ Square Punch
  • Postage Stamp Punch
  • 1″ x 8″ cello bags
  • Snail adhesive
  • Smarties or bubble gums

For the Tag:

  • Decorative Label punch
  • Pinecone tag single stamp (#132324) only $5.95
  • White Card stock
  • Baker’s Twine (Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White)

Step 1:

Fill the cello bags with smarties.

Color the stamp (from Jolly Bingo Bits stamp set) with the Markers. Stamp on Whisper White card stock.  Cut with the 1″ Square punch. Cut a “postage stamp” in Gumball Green card stock using the punch. Adhere the square on the postage stamp with Snail adhesive.

Cut a Real Red rectangle, 1-1/2″ by 3″. Fold in half. Adhere the postage stamp on one side with Snail adhesive. Fold over the top of the cello bag and adhere with Snail adhesive.

Bingo Bit smarties 1

Step 2: Make the Tag

With the Stampin’ Markers, color directly on the stamp with Basic Black, Soft Suede and Gumball Green. Stamp on Whisper White card stock. Punch out with the Decorative Label punch. Punch a little hole and insert of Baker’s twine. Attach to your treat.

Pine cone tag

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2 Responses

  1. What brand and model is this punch?!

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