Early Espresso, Pumpkin Pie and Daffodil Delight are the colors for our color challenge
So last year for my sons class I used these cello bags to create the “broom” with pixie sticks inside. It was a total hit and everyone loved them. This year I wanted to create a little “Thank you!” I haven’t decided if this will be my “favor” on our thanksgiving table or a treat before the holiday for the boys classroom. I will say its a heck of a lot easier filling these bags with pixie sticks, rather then an individual piece of candy. Maybe I will try and find chocolate twizzlers or something else. I will be on a mission, please comment if you do have an idea for another candy choice, would love to hear from you!
Candy Corn, I cut strips of the DSP and glued them to the White CS then punched them out piercing a hole at the top to fit the twine through. I stamped the Many Thanks stamp from the Harvest of Thanks stamp set and used the Apothecary framelits to cut out the Early Espresso CS and the stamped image. I also used the 1/2″ circle punch on the top of the Early Espresso die cut to give it a little more strength to where I pulled the twine through. Tied a bow, Simple and Cute!
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Early Espresso Stamp pad (126974) CS (119686)
Harvest of Thanks (w 131736, c 131739)
Polka Dot Parade DSP (126902)
Whisper White CS (100730)
Cello Bags 50 pcs. 1×8 (124134)
Petite Pennants Builder punch (122361)
1/2 ” circle Punch (119869)
Apothecary Accents (127003)
Bakers twine (white 124262 or early espresso 123124)