I always like to give treat bags to my co-workers during special occasions. And Christmas is one of them. I just started my second year at my new job, and I am blessed to be working with good people. During times like this I get to show my appreciation.
To start with, I got this from our last trip to Sams Club. I'm snacking on some leftovers right now, and they sure are yummy!
First, I cut Christmas/winter-themed designer paper with Stampin' Up's Labels Collection Framelits Die. I scored then folded right in the middle. After that, I started stamping and heat embossing images from Inkadinkado's Boxed Wishes. Then I cut along the edges.
Assembly is pretty easy. I put the patties in a B7 size packaging. Then I attached each designer paper piece on top with a stapler. And for the last step, I adhered my stamped images with double sided foam tape. You can see below how each treat bag is assembled.
Now they are all set and ready for dissemination tomorrow.
cardstock/dp: DCWV, Martha Stewart, leftovers
tools: Stampin' Up, stapler, heat gun
misc.: embossing powder (Tsukineko, Inkadinkado)
adhesive: double sided foam tape
'Til next blog!