Tuesday, November 29, 2016

3-D Tuesday Treat Bags

Happy Tuesday My Blogger Friends!
Well yesterday I spent the day with my kids and we really packed in a WHOLE DAY OF ADVENTURE!  Here's a few pictures from the day.....
Here's my two daughter's......who were getting their nails done while Madelyn and I were getting pedicures. 
We then picked up Michael and headed down to State Street for some fun!
A visit down to State Street wouldn't be complete without stopping in at the University Book Store.
And then in the evening ...... I went and watch Jared (my oldest grandson) league bowl.  I just love this action shot I got of him throwing a STRIKE!  (which he did MANY OF last night)
 

Now on with my blog post for today.  It's 3-D Tuesday and that means today I have a fun little 3-D project to share with you.  This project is SUPER FUN to create and the greatest feature is all you need is a scoring tool to create it.  Let's jump right in with my project share for today.
These DARLING LITTLE TREAT BAGS just couldn't be any easier to create.
I started with a 8-1/2" x 6" piece of DSP.  I scored on the 8-1/2" side at 1/2", 3-1/2", 4-1/2" and 7-1/2".  Then I scored on the 6" side at 1" to form the bottom of my bag.
I added a 'Metallic Foil Doilies' to the front of each bag (using the white side of the doilies) ....... and then decorating each doilies with a layer of yummy colored circles.
The 'Yummy Little Christmas' set was used to add a pretty stamped sentiment (in Real Red) to the top of the layered circle.
 
And topping off my bag was just a matter of folding down the top and adding one of the 'Gold Binder Clips' and embellishing that clip with some ribbon and gold sequin trim.
 Here's what the front and the back of my bags look like.
And I'm just saying ......... These bags will hold LOTS OF CHOCOLATE on the inside!

Thanks for joining me today!  I'll be back tomorrow to share a Wine Down Wednesday card creation with you ....... Hope you can make plans to stop back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!

1 comments:

Mary Fish said...

SCORE . . . love how simple it is to create these little cuties!