Mixed Medallion Treat Pouch!

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Yay … It’s Friday and I’ve got a treat for you!!  Yesterday I shared the Mixed Medallion Card Kit video … what did you think? Cute? Well today I’m going to transform this card into a cute little treat pouch!

I did not do much to this card at all, and with a few strategic placement of adhesive, I created a treat pouch that anyone would love to receive …

First, I simply secured the Berry Burst flap down inside the card … I liked the color behind our cardfront so I did not want to cut it out.  Then I simple used my Fast Fuse to secure the bottom flap on each side to create the pouch / pocket.

Next … I wanted a little salutation on the inside that matched my “Thank You” greetings on the outside (In 3 different languages). I stamped it in White Craft ink and Heat Embossed it with White Embossing Powder. I think the White on White is much bolder …

Then I tucked my 3 little Merci candies into the pouch/pocket. I created a belly band to hold the top flap down and hold in my candies. I wanted to make sure it was wide enough so I made it with the candy inside.

I simply wrapped a 1″ x 11″ strip of paper around it and then where the crease came from the sides I scored it again at 1/4″ to create a wider band that would slide freely over the top.

I added the cute little Enamel Glitter Dots just for some glimmer and a little dimension to the card.

So … Did you think you could turn your card into a “gift giving candy pouch?”  I love it ❤  And I love figuring out different ways to use my products!

I hope your enjoyed today’s transformation and that your Friday has a surprise treat for you!

Thanks for joining me today ~

 

 

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