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Double Ghirardelli Treat Holders for Thanksgiving Guests

Create a Ghirardelli Treat Holder Using Designer Series Paper From Stampin' Up! Mary Fish

A fellow demonstrator, Kadie Labadie, visited my home recently and shared this wonderful, double Ghirardelli Treat Holder (below), as well as instructions, with me.  You can see Kadie’s Blog here:  Kards by Kadie.

I couldn’t wait to try it and made 30 of them for my Thanksgiving guests.  Beth McCullough of the my Stampin’ Pretty Pals helped me create them when she stopped by my studio this past week..  Thank you, Beth!  You can visit her blog here:  Stamping Mom.

Create a Ghiradelli Treat Holder Using Designer Series Paper from Stampin'UP MARY FISH

Kadie learned how to create the holders from this video by demonstrator, Jean Fitch, as well as fellow Stampin’ Pretty Pal, Peggy Noe’s, tutorial here

Create a Ghirardelli Treat Holders for Thanksgiving Guest Gifts Mary Fish, Stampin' Pretty

Stampin’ Pretty Step-by-Step Instructions:

Start with a 6×6 piece of Designer Series Paper. 

Create a fold from point to point and score with a Bone Folder. 

Use the Stampin’ Trimmer to score at 1/2″ on the right and on the left of the fold. 

Create a Ghirardelli Treat Holders for Thanksgiving Guest Gifts Mary Fish, Stampin' Pretty

Line the original folded edge at the top of the Stampin’ Trimmer and score at 2 3/4″. Flip and score again at 2 3/4″.

Fold in the sides. Use a Bone Folder to reinforce all score lines. 

Form original fold (first step above) as the “peak” (middle) of the base. 

No adhesive needed. 

TIP:  These double Ghirardelli treat holders can also be used for tea bags!

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14 thoughts on “Double Ghirardelli Treat Holders for Thanksgiving Guests”

  1. These make a normal moment special. Anyone can put candy in a dish or bowl but, you certainly know how to make it special and out of the ordinary. Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving. TFS

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    • Thanks so much, Juanita. I should be a very special day. Heading out for a quiet morning with the dogs and family (bagels & coffee). Then finishing up the last details for my 30 guests!

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  2. I make these to leave for housekeeping staff when we stay at a hotel. I put their tip and a chocolate inside. Fun for me and for them:)

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  3. MsMary, your friends and family are going to love those , they turn out so lovely, did you make those double? I’ve made them double before and they also look cute , thanks for sharing, have a beautiful thanksgiving, hugs to you all ,
    Hugs Frenchie ?????♥️

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  4. Thanks for the directions for the treat holder, Mary! I love being able to make treat holders for my class members. These very festive!

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  5. OH MY GOSH Mary…….These turned out GREAT. Thanks for the plug….and sharing your darling creations with us. Your Thanksgiving guest are going to LOVE them.

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