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Easy Treat Holders

Hello everyone today I bring you project number 3 of this year’s Mothers Day Series.

Easy Treat Holders

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These are a smaller version of the ones I made last year to hold 2 Kit Kat bars.

These are a really quick and easy project which require no cutting, just some simple score lines and a little glue.

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All the product used is from my Hobbybase Club monthly kits.

If you are interested in subscribing to their monthly kits please visit

www.hobbybase.club

To make these you will need…

1 piece of 4.3/4 x 8.1/4 coloured card for the main holder.

Score along the 4.3/4 side at 1″ & 3.3/4

Score along the 8.1/4 side at 3″ & 5.1/4

2 pieces of 2.1/2 x 2.3/4 of the embossed card to decorate the front.

1 piece of 1/2″ x 2″ card for the closure.

Small magnets, Velcro (optional) or glue dots for the closure.

A sentiment of your choice.

Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made it.

I love this style and its simple mechanism.

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I love getting more out of my tools, using your embossing folders by adding colour to them gives a totally different look to your embossed image.

I hope you like this weeks Hobbybase project and my 3rd Mothers Day project.

Happy Crafting

Sam

xoxo

 

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2 thoughts on “Easy Treat Holders

  1. Brilliant Sam, I am sure that there are many a Mum who would love a Tunnucks Teacake in a treat holder. A great way as you said, to use up those beautiful pieces of DSP and card stock scraps that just are not ready for the bin. I am glad I am not the only crafter who cannot get rid of DSP and card stock scraps. Thank you for sharing this with us crafters. :O)

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  2. Hi Sam,

    Thank you for sending me this email with the link to your latest blog post – Easy Treat Holders

    I watched your You Tube video tutorial and read through your blog post, then I left a comment on both. I am so pleased that I will be able to use up some of my scraps of DSP and card stock using this project because I am really, really bad at throwing these unless they cannot be used for anything else.

    Thank you for sharing this project with us crafters.

    Lorraine heart-and-crafts.blogspot.co.uk

    :O)

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