Stamping Handmade Hugs

When you can't hug in person, send a Handmade Hug you created, with Stamps, Paper & Ink!

   November 15, 2017

   It’s makes for a lot of Christmas cheer to give little gifts that  bring smiles to the faces of friends, neighbors and coworkers! So, after my youngest daughters wedding just a month ago, we had some leftover wedding favors. I thought it would be fun to take the wedding decor off and decorate for Christmas! I have a few more to do still. I gave some of them to my Card Buffet ladies last night.

   The favors were a hot chocolate mix and we added dehydrated marshmellows then we put them into  2″ x  8″ gusseted cello bags, from, (we had to trim a couple inches off the top of the bags). Then we rolled down the top and put one inch gold stickers on, (we found them on Amazon) to seal the bags. Then we popped the bags into the Clear Tiny Treat Boxes from Stampin’ Up! We added ribbon and a tag. As you can see, I used the new Pretty Label Punch.

Lindsay and Zach favorsfinal2

The Favors re-decorated for Christmas!

xmas boxesWM Collage

A quick tip to hang your little stockings:

HSTipWM Collage

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Take some time for yourself to create and later you’ll have something special to give to someone you love!


2 Responses to “Simple Christmas Treat Boxes to spread Christmas Cheer”

  1. Patti Costales

    Great way to use up the left overs. Love how you put the stocking hanger on. Gives it a nice finished look.



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