Friday, September 23, 2016

Cookie Cutter Christmas Slider Treats

Everyone loved the Halloween Slider Treats, so I had to make some Christmas ones too! Don't let the length of this video scare you off. These slider treats are easy to make. The first 8 minutes has the really important stuff on how to make the treats. For the rest, I just go over how I made each of the characters that adorn the front and back of the slider.

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The Eskimo and Santa are both stamped on Thick Whisper White Card stock and colored with either a marker or a blender pen with ink pads. The slider box for both of these is also made of Whisper White Card Stock

The teddy bear, reindeer and gingerbread man are all stamped on Crumb Cake Cardstock and have Crumb Cake slider Boxes. Details on how I decorated them are in the video.

Quick Reference
  1. For the slider box, start with a 3-1/8" x 1-3/4" piece of card stock.
  2. On the long side, score at 3/8” x 1-3/8”, 1-3/4” and 2-3/4” marks.
  3. Punch two 1/8" holes into the long side of the template as shown above.
  4. Put Tear & Tape on one of the skinny end segments.
  5. Fold inwards along all the score lines.
  6. Adhere the skinny ends together to form an open-ended rectangle.


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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Cookie Cutter Halloween Slider Treats

Got Halloween Treats? These little slider treats make the perfect Halloween table decoration and favor. When you pull on the Baker's Twine the Hershey's Miniature that is hidden inside is revealed. The best part is that these favors are easy to make. Just watch my 8-minute video above and I'll show you how.

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The little scarecrow also makes an adorable slider favor. Use it at your Fall Parties or Thanksgiving Celebration. I used So Saffron card stock for the slider box and colored the scarecrow using ink pads and a blender pen.

Quick Reference
  1. For the slider box, start with a 3-1/8" x 1-3/4" piece of card stock.
  2. On the long side, score at 3/8” x 1-3/8”, 1-3/4” and 2-3/4” marks.
  3. Punch two 1/8" holes into the long side of the template as shown above.
  4. Put Tear & Tape on one of the skinny end segments.
  5. Fold inwards along all the score lines.
  6. Adhere the skinny ends together to form an open-ended rectangle.


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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Wondrous Wreath Card (CASE-ing Tuesday #61)

It's CASE-ing Tuesday again. Today's card is from page 105 of the 2016-2017 Catalog. Each week Catalina and I pick a card to CASE. Then we share them on our blogs and invite you to play along on our Facebook group. To check out Catalina's CASE-ing Tuesday card see HERE!

Would you like to CASE along with us? Join our CASE-ing Tuesday Facebook Group and you will be able to play along. I hope you will join us.

What is CASE-ing? The acronym CASE stands for Copy And Share Everything. When you CASE you can change nothing, a few things, or sometimes the card you are CASE-ing turns out looking completely different than the original.

When I designed this card, I was definitely already thinking towards the holidays. I thought the wreath would make a fitting substitute for the three flowers. I retained the Petal Burst Embossing Folder because it mimics the leaves in the wreath perfectly. I love how I could turn a floral card into a Christmas Card just by CASE-ing a card in the catalog.

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