Enjoy a Stampin’ Up! Mini Treat Bag!

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Sometimes we need a little sumthin’ sumthin’ gift to share our gratitude or remember a birthday and the Stampin’ Up! Mini Treat Bag can be your best friend!

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My color combination was inspired by this week’s Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge (PPA259).  Check out what the rest of the PPA resident artists dreamed up with these colors and play along here.

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • I wrapped a candy bar with a Real Red stripe from the Brights Designer Series Paper Stack.

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Stampin Up Brights Stack Designer Series Paper

  • Cool discovery!  I used the Stampin’ Up! Neutrals Envelope Paper (one of My Favorite Things from the Stampin’ Up! annual catalog) for the base of the mini treat bag (kraft).  The lighter weight is perfect.
  • The “enjoy” die is also from the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies.  Look at all the possibilities!
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You’re So Sweet & Mini Treat Bag Dies Bundle Images © Stampin’ Up!

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  • Love those curves.  The Pacific Point shape was created with the Lots of Labels Framelits Dies.

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COMING UP TOMORROW!  I recently shared a 1 Minute to WOW! video on How to Tie a Pretty Bow.  Tomorrow I’ll share my best tips on How to Tie a Knot.  Do you know the little trick for keeping a knot neat and tidy?




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13 Comments:

  1. Charmaine Babineau

    Your new web site is great. I love that they use your logo. Nice use for treat bag.

    • Hi Charmaine: Thanks for the feedback the website. I wanted something very minimalist but still conveys my “tulip” brand. Brian and Nicole Watt of Integrant Services made it happen. I’m so grateful for their talent and energy! M

  2. Loving all the ‘curves’…….but the die-cut ‘enjoy’ circle is my favorite part. FABULOUS project my friend!

  3. This is so cute! I have been having a problem using my die. I have it all sandwiched properly with a sheet of designer paper, the die, metal pad, and 2 cutting pieces…and it won’t fit through my Big Shot! I must be doing it incorrectly!

  4. I love your gift bag! I am really curious as to what you wrapped up to put in it. It looks like a candy bar, but it looks larger than that! Care to share? Thanks!

  5. I meant I used the magnetic pad…not the metal pad. hehe

    • and it’s still too tight? are you using the SU acrylic pads which are sized to make the sandwich work?

      • yes…I used the magnetic platform, the two SU acrylic pads, designer paper and the dies. I have 4 different acrylic pads because 2 are more worn out than the others and I have switched out all the possible matches of the four. I use the thinet dies all the time and have never had a problem, but I have tried it with the treat bag one more than a dozen times now and can’t get it to feed through!

        • If you purchased them through me, please drop me an email, [email protected]. If not, please follow-up with either your demonstrator or demonstrator support (if YOU are a demonstrator). Sounds like it might be a defect and Stampin’ Up! is so good about replacing.

  6. Absolutely brilliant Mary!

    • Thanks, Lynn. The Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies easy to work with and such an awesome value . . . it’s like getting the bag die plus oodles of punches (the remaining dies)!

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