Click on HOME to see most recent posts!

Place a Stampin' Up order with me and get a
FREE TUTORIAL OF YOUR CHOICE for every $50 that you spend!

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Fancy Favor Treat Broom

Here is my Fancy Favor Treat Broom! I used the Fancy Favor box die and the packing paper that comes with Stampin' Up shipments to make this little favor! These would be great to make with a class or for all the people that come to your next class filled with little treats! A great hostess gift too and so easy to make!
I saw the original idea on the Martha Stewart site using paper bags, but I thought the Fancy Favor die would be perfect for these!

Here is how I made this cute little witches broom favor:

Using the Big Shot and the Fancy Favor die, cut out two bags using the scrap paper that comes with the Stampin' Up shipments as packing material. If you do not have this, grocery bags or construction paper would also work ok. You do not want to use cardstock to do this, it will be too thick.

Tape the bottom of the boxes together. These do not need to be perfectly straight or have all of the scores folded. You are going to smush them around anyway.
Cut one of the bags in slits going almost to the bottom of the bag.

Put your treats in the uncut bag and put this is the center of the cut bag. Just smush the bottom to fit it in.
Use twine and tie up the top of the bag around a stick. Your bag is finished!

I used the Out on a Limb stamp set and the 2-1/2" Circle Punch to make the little tag for the top of the stick. I tied this on with more twine.
If you want to use the Fancy Favor box, but make the treat bag broom larger, here is how you do it!

Use one section of the paper packing material from the SU shipments and fold it in half the long way.

You are going to fold over in the middle of both layers of paper like shown. The fold needs to be on the top part of the Fancy Favor die, not over the scores to make the bottom tabs.

Put it through the Big Shot and you will get your two bags that are larger and can hold more treats. Follow all the rest of the steps above to make the broom!


Kathy said...

The treat bag is adorable! Thnaks for sharing

Tiffany Bauer said...

Seriously!!?? This is totally awesome!! Thanks so much for showing us how to make these and the bigger ones!! Love it and I will be featuring this project on My Crafty Picks #37 with a link back to your blog on 10-9-11. Make sure to stop by to check out all the picks and to pick up your blog badge to display on your blog for being featured!!

If you wish to decline please email me by responding to this comment to let me know.

Thanks and take care
Tiffany Bauer

Gopi said...

What a great tutorial....thanks for sharing! This would surely be a hit at any party!
The header is beautiful! The leaf and color of the font make it look fall-tastic! love it.

Do stop by my blog if you have a moment...I'm having my very first blog challenge! So excited about join in if you can!

Thanks :)

Stamp with Sandy said...

Oh my goodness!!! This is the cutest thing! What a GREAT use for the paper that comes in all the SU! boxes. My customers will LOVE this idea!

Thanks for sharing!

Carol Carriveau said...

I love this idea and this could finally push me to buy the die...thanks for sharing~

Suzie, the Paper Craft Lady said...

Do you have any idea how happy I am to have a REALLY GOOD use for that SU box paper?????? Love this & thank you for sharing it. :)

Related Posts with Thumbnails