Saturday, November 17, 2018

Frosty's Hat Treat Box -Bag | Rinea Foiled Paper | Melinda

Hello crafty friends,
Today I am over on the Rinea blog sharing another fun project! Here is my project.

I was trying to decide what I wanted to create as I wanted to use the fun RG Studio 360 Holiday Tags Stamp Set. Inspiration struck and so I created this fun treat bag/box shaped in good o'l Frosty's Hat!
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I love they way it turned out. I used my Ebony Starstruck, Ruby Starstruck and Glossy, Gold Glossy, Silver Starstruck and Jade Starstruck foiled papers. I started by creating the treat bag file. I then cut out the base in plain black cardstock to give it some stability. I then cut the box covers in some Ebony Starstruck.


Here is a closer look at the Ruby Glossy foiled paper I used for the sash of the hat. I used a swirl embossing folder to give it those "swirls".



I then used several punches I had to create the embellishments for his hat. I added a little bling embellishment to the center of the large flower along with some stickles.


Here's a closer look at the tag I created. I created the tag shape and then used my RG Studio 360 Holiday stamp along with my Stazon Midi Jet Black Imagine Ink to stamp the sentiment onto the silver Starstruck foiled paper. I topped it off with a fun bow of red and white gingham.


For the handle, I used a snowflake border punch and punched out the border in Silver Starstruck foiled paper and then added a strip of Ruby Starstruck over that. You can also see that I added some mats to the sides of the box. I used the Ruby Glossy Foiled paper and ran them through with the same swirls embossing folder.


Here is one last look at my cute little treat box project. Ready for me to just put a few treats and maybe a gift card for the recipient!














Be sure to head over to the Rinea Shop and pick up some of this fun paper. I just love working with it!  As always, thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your crafty time with us. Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day.




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