Thursday, March 12, 2015

Treat Toppers

Good morning and happy Thursday!  
Ever get a product and be just SOOOO excited about it?  That's me with the new Avery Elle Treat Topper die!


This die is so cool and will be VERY useful come parties, holidays and special occasions.   

First, I created an adorable little Easter treat.  I used the Gift Tags die and the Easter Blessings sentiment with a bunny and flowers from More Stories.  


Next I used the same topper and tag die and made a cute tag with Bunting and Fabulous Florals.
I actually made 16 of these to give away to everyone who took an Impress class with me!  I love how these turned out!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a great day!

7 comments:

ellyscard creatief said...

What ea lovely sweet project.

Penne Norris said...

Love your treat bags, Heather. I want this die but I first want to know what you use to put your treats in and how long items will stay fresh in the bags. I suppose I am most afraid of Peeps drying out before I give them to my grandchildren and friends. Thanks much! Love everything you do!!!!!

BeckyR71 said...

Heather, what size bags to you use for these treat bags? I'm hesitant to purchase the treat topper die because then I have to find (or make) the correct size bag for them to fit on. Thanks.

Jingle said...

These are SO cute! Love the tags and the toppers! And I want some salt water taffy.

Heather Campbell said...

Hi Becky!
I used a 4x9.5x2 bag that I got at michaels! To help answer some questions, I put a special post together!
http://parkermolly.blogspot.com/2015/03/treat-topper-q-with-video.html

Heather Campbell said...

Hi penne,
I used some 4x9.5x2 bags that I found at Michaels! To help answer some questions, I actually posted an entire video here http://parkermolly.blogspot.com/2015/03/treat-topper-q-with-video.html

Thanks!

KimC said...

Heather your class at Impress Cards and Crafts on Saturday was wonderful and your treat bags were very cut and so thoughtful. Thanks for sharing your creative talent, I look forward to taking another class.