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Monday, January 6, 2014

"Follow My Heart" Project 6

 
 
Welcome back for the last project in this series..
SweetHeart Treat Bag Project 6 of 6 using the
"Follow My Heart" stamp set.
 
It's an adorable treat bag you can make in just 15 minutes.
There are all types of goodies you could fill the bag with...
my personal favorite would be Peanut M&M's, but then I have
never passed up a dark chocolate Junior Mint
 
Gift Cards,cookies and diamond rings all fit inside too!
 
 
These little SweetHeart Treat bags are so cute with the little white hearts and they are so durable too. The top of the bag already has a die cut zig zag edge so that saves you an extra step of time of design detail. With this bag having a finished size of 4 1/4" x 3 1/2" you can easily fit a couple of the items mentioned above. You know your favorite Valentine will love that.

1.  Stamp the Eiffel Tower in Bermuda Bay ink on a Whisper White piece
     measuring 3"x 1 1/2".
2.  Mount that on a Bermuda Bay Panel measuring 3 1/4" x 1 3/4".
3.  Using Real Red ink stamp the "True Love" sentiment from the
     Follow My Heart  stamp set on Whisper White card stock.
4.  Using Paper Snips free form cut the sentiment .
5.  Using dimensionals pop up the Eiffel Tower and sentiment on the
     SweetHeart Bag.
6.  Fill the bag and wrap the Bakers Twine that comes in the
     SweetHeart Treat Bag kit around the top of the bag 3 times and tie in a bow.
     ( you may want to staple the bag closed first ).
 
If you want to make this and ALL of my 6 Valentine Projects you
can find the items in MY ONLINE STORE HERE.

the Supply list for ALL 6 PROJECTS 
can be found HERE at Project 2

Follow My Heart Clear-mount Stamp Set  Sweetheart Treat Bags
 


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