When we go to the annual Stampin' Up! convention in Salt Lake City, there are boards and boards of cards and projects to give us ideas.  I am sharing one of the ideas that I got off of one of these boards. 

There is a tutorial that follows.

This will make a perfect little holder for a treat for any occasion.  This one happens to be for Christmas.  The tutorial will give you an idea for Halloween.

Why not for birthdays or any other occasion that you can think of?

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 Here is a close up so that you can possibly see the Crystal Effects that I added to the Holly berries.

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Here is how you make it.

Cut two of the Big Shot Scallop Circles.  I used some retired Designer Papers but you could also just use card stock.

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Fold them in half.

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Put them together with adhesive.  Sticky Strip if you putting something heavy into it I think that regular adhesive (I like Dotto) is plenty for whatever I will end up putting into it.

The handle is 8 1/2" of this trim from the Tasteful Trim Bigz Die.

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Supplies:

Big Shot:  #113468 Scallop Circle Die pg 222 $1.95; #120893 Tasteful Trim Die pg 221 $42.95;

Punches:  #120906 2 1/2" Circle Punch pg 212 $16.95; #118874 2 3/8" Scallop Circle Punch pg 210 $16.95; #119850 1 3/4" Circle Punch pg 212 $16.95;

Stamp: #123225 Easy Events pg 57 $24.95; 

Markers:  Old Olive and Poppy Parade pg 176 ff

Card Stock and Papers:  Poppy Parade c/s pg 176 and  #117158 In Color DSP pg 186 (40 shts) $21.95; #117155 Brights Collection DSP pg 186 $21.95;

Accessories:  #101055 Crystal Effects pg 206 $6.25 and #109034 1/4" Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon; and Mini glue dots to hold on the ribbon.

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