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Cute! I have been looking for great templates to package small Christmas gifts in! Thanks for the chance to win this template!
October 25, 2010 7:02 AM
Congratulations!! Please email me at acspaper(at)hotmail(dot)com with your choice of template! You know the drill, just enter the appropriate symbol in for the words and remove the parenthesis. I've won over a billion dollars just in the last week with spam mail, so I have to try to protect my email account a little bit ;o)
Now onto the second part of Monday's Perfect Presentation release, the Easy Candy Wrap. I made two of these for today's post - they're just that easy! The first uses the fun, whacked-out on candy corn witch from the Eat Cake Graphics set Best Witches.
The template is cut from some buttery Prism cardstock. I stamped the witch and candy corns in Memento Tuxedo Black randomly across the decorative panel and colored the witch with Copics. I even colored her shoes and the orange sections of the candy corns. I covered these with Stickles, and I find that it looks best to my perfectionist eye if the background is colored in first. LOL Once everything was colored in, I covered the candy corn in White Opal Liquid Pearls, Orange Peel Stickles and Lemon Yellow Liquid Pearls and the witches shoes in Xmas Red Stickles. The boy and I have been reading The Wizard of Oz so I guess she just needed some ruby slippers! Ha :o) The fun ribbon tying off the ends looks like the gradient colors of the candy corn, so I thought it was perfect for this little wrapper. I wanted to include a little candy corn poem that I found, but I can't seem to get my printer to work. Ugh...it's always something! These are so fun and easy to make...just wrap a little DP around it, fill with candy and drop on someone's desk/doorstep.
Another use for these fun wrappers are those small gifts - Hot Wheels, chapstick, stocking stuffer type gifts, jewelry. How fun would it be to wrap a super sparkly ring inside one of these filled with M&Ms?
This one is super sparkly! The template is cut from some soft blue Prism cardstock. I made the DP again by using different sizes of Scor-Tape. I glitterfied the smaller strips first with a super sparkly ultra fine glitter from my stash and then a dark blue glitter from the Doodlebug glitter pack. The ends are tied off with various gift wrapping ribbons and curled. I wanted a little sentiment to be center stage, so I added one from the Make a Wish clear stamp set. A little embellishment stamp in the set is stamped over the darker blue sentiment.
Ok, since I listed and linked most of the supplies in the post, I'm not going to add a supply list today. Hope you're all having a fabulous day! I hope you'll come back tomorrow! I have a little card gift set I made to submit for publication that didn't get picked up, so you get to see it :o) lyss
These Easy Candy Wraps qualify for the following challenges:
JUGS 56 - Template challenge (both)