Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Not just for french fries - a la Christmas!

How cute is this french fry box!!  It would also be good to put some dog/cat treats in for those special furbabies...
You can make as many as you want super easy with Stampin' Up fry box diecut - order it in my online store!

Merry Fry Box

Cheerful Tags Stamp Set 

Cherry Cobbler Cardstock
Shimmery White Cardstock
Under the Tree Specialty Designer Series Paper

Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin' Pad
Garden Green Classic Stampin' Pad
Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin' Ink Refill

Accessories & Tools
4" x 6" Cellophane Bags
Whisper White Baker's Twine
Dots & Stripes Decorative Masks
Note Tag Punch
Big Shot
Fry Box Bigz L Die
Stampin' Spritzer

  1. Cut the fry box from Under the Tree Specialty Designer Series Paper using the Big Shot and the Fry Box Bigz L Die.
  2. Place the striped decorative mask over the portion of the fry box that you wish to color. (Hold the mask in place using a temporary adhesive or tape.)
  3. Spritz the fry box using a Stampin' Spritzer filled with alcohol and a few drops of Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin' Ink Refill. Test the color first on a piece of scrap paper. (Use a small amount of ink, or it might seep under the stencil.)
  4. After the ink has dried, assemble the fry box.
  5. Stamp the Christmas trees image in Garden Green ink on Shimmery White Cardstock. Punch out the tag using the Note Tag Punch.
  6. Stamp "Merry" in Cherry Cobbler ink on Cherry Cobbler Cardstock. Cut into a 1-5/8" x 3/8" tag. Adhere the Merry tag to the Christmas trees tag.
  7. Tie a bow around the cellophane treat bag using Whisper White Baker's Twine. Insert the treat bag into the fry box.
  8. Stamp the diagonal-striped tag image in Cherry Cobbler ink on the clothespin.
  9. Attach the tag to the cellophane bag with the stamped clothespin.
Fry Box Bigz L Die  #132966/$32.95 -- Fast and easy cutting for shapes, 3-D items; measures 3 x 1-1/2 x 3-1/2

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