Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Quick and easy treats with Stampin' Up's Scalloped Tag Topper Punch!

I LOVE to wrap up simple little Hershey's nuggets and give them away as hostess gifts, thank you gifts or just little surprise happies. I might be doing this for Valentine's if I can find the time (after daughter and I make a Disney's "Frozen" Valentine's box- she wants it to light up and play music. I'm amazing, but not THAT amazing!)  I did want to show you the value of our Paper Pumpkin kits and show you how much I love this Paper Pumpkin starter kit stamp "Hey There Friend".  Another thing I love is this Kaleidoscope Designer Series paper. It reminds me of one of my favorite children's books "Arrow To The Sun".

These were so simple to make with our new tool, the scalloped tag topper punch.

Here are some close ups...



Here's the scalloped tag topper punch and it's brother, the angled tag topper punch:

So whether you're more curvy or angular, you need one (or both) of these beauties:

 Scalloped Tag Topper Punch 133324
$22.95 BUY NOW
Angled Tag Topper Punch 133323
$22.95 BUY NOW
Stampin' Up Supplies used:
featured tool: scalloped tag topper punch
stamps: "Hey There Friend" from the Paper Pumpkin subscription starter kit (Not a member? find out more here!!!), Geometrical stamp set
paper: kaleidoscope designer series paper, bermuda bay, crushed curry, whisper white and strawberry slush 8 1/2 x ll" card stock
ink: basic grey (stampin spot in Paper Pumpkin starter kit), basic black
tools: triangle punch, square punch
embellishments: basic rhinestones
ribbon: Bermuda bay 1/8" taffeta ribbon
adhesive:glue dots, snail adhesive
Cut a 2 x5" strip of designer paper. Score at 2" and 3".  Slide both ends into scalloped tag topper punch and punch. Tie with ribbon. Stamp "hey there friend" on whisper white card stock and use square punch to create dovetail.  Stamp basic black triangle design on bermuda bay in patterns to echo the dsp used. Punch triangle with triangle punch. Adhere triangles to each other with glue dots and adhere to banner then adhere to treat with snail adhesive.  Add rhinestone (of course).
The value of paper pumpkin is outstanding. Even when you finish the cutie project in the cutie orange box, you have these stamps left to play with!  Subscribe to Paper Pumpkin under me (Kay Cogbill, Little Rock, Arkansas) and become a  "Pumpkin Pretties Plus Club" member to see additional exclusive projects made from the monthly kit stamp sets. 

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