Gayle Smith used the Petite Pocket Bigz Die.  I am really enjoying getting ideas of what to do with this die.  So here is a good one.

Gayle also used the Cupcake Bulder Punch and the Create a Cupcake Stamp Set.  She cut two of the Pocket Die pieces  She put the ends of the two pocket dies together and scored each piece at 4 1/4" .  Here is what the inside looks like.


The white piece on the right with the candles is 2 3/4".  It flips back and forth.  Here is the other side of it.


If you want to make this, just e-mail Gayle directly.  She can answer any questions you may have about putting it together.

The last trade that I have is from Marie Leyva who made up a very cute holder for hot chocolate.

Very simple and very nice.


To make this, you start with a 11"x 4 1/4" piece of card stock (c/s).  Score it at 1" and 5 1/2".  Fold the 1" flap forward and the the 5 1/2" in the opposite direction.  That's it!  Add whatever DSP you would like adn decorate it.  I love the touch of punching a hole through the hot chocolate pouch and adding ribbon!

Here's a very clever touch that she added to the back:


She cut the top off of a 2 1/2" circle to form the cup.

Then, she punched the 3/8" Circle Punch (Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack) in the center of a 1" circle  to create the handle. 

Very nice idea! 

Wednesday, I'll be stamping with my daughter to make treats for Joshua's kindergarten for their Halloween party this Friday.

So, you know what will be on my blog on Thursday:):).

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