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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Stampin' Up Elf Mini Treat Bag Pocket Card With Insert

Well, my internet was out again all day yesterday and this morning.  The Technician was here this morning and installed another new modem.  That will be like 4 new modems in a little over a year.  What up with that!!!  I'm so glad that I'm back up and running!

Today I have another Pocket Card to show you that is designed to look like an Elf:






































Adorable, right!  I die cut Stampin' Up's Mini Treat Bag with SU's Old Olive Card Stock and assembled it as normal.  

I cut a piece of SU Old Olive Card Stock 4 3/4"x1 1/2" and paper pierced each long side using SU's Updated Essentials Paper Piercing Pack.  It was then adhered to the center of the Mini Treat Bag with MonoMulti Purpose glue.

For the Elf's Collar, I punched one 2" scalloped circle using SU's 2" Scalloped Circle Punch (Retired), cut it in half and adhered the two pieces to the Mini Treat Bag with MonoMulti Purpose glue. 

I cut a piece of SU's Basic Black Card Stock 8 3/4"x1" for the Elf's Belt Belly Band and loosely adhered it to the center of the Mini Treat Bag with SU's Fast Fuse 

For the Belt Buckle, I die cut SU's Gold Foil Paper using SU's Square Framelits Collections (the second smallest square dies).  I die cut a square of SU's Basic Black Card Stock with the smallest square die.   I used MonoMulti Purpose glue to adhere the Black CS piece to the center of the Gold Foil Paper piece.  Then I glued the Buckle to the center of the Belt Belly Band.

I selected a piece of SU's Merry Moments Designer Series Paper, cut it at 4 3/4"x3/4" and adhered it to the bottom of the Mini Treat Bag with MonoMulti Purpose glue.






































Above is a picture of the Note Card Insert that you can write your note on and tuck it away inside the Mini Treat Bag.

For the Note Card Insert, I selected a piece of SU's Merry Moments DSP and cut it at 
4 1/2"x3".  

I die cut a Banner using SU's Banner Framelits Dies (3rd die from left) with Old Olive Card Stock.  This is were you can write your note.  I took about 3" of SU Red Ribbon (may still be in the clearance rack), folded it in half and stapled the Banner, Ribbon and DSP together.

I stamped the Sentiment from the November Monthly Paper Pumpkin Kit called Mistletoe & Holly in SU Black Memento Archival Ink.



































I stamped the Glad Tidings At Christmas from SU's Antique Tags Stamp Set in Old Olive Ink and adhered it centered on the DSP on the bottom of the Mini Treat Bag.



I couldn't stop at just one Elf Pocket Card as I just love how these turned out! 

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!  Hope you can come back tomorrow!




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1 comment:

  1. This project makes me think of Will Farrell.......In ELF! SO STINKIN' CUTE my friend. THANKS for sharing.

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