If you need a lot of something (you know when you need to make 1 for everyone in the whole class J) this is a great project.
For 1 Cut pumpkin pie cardstock at 3 x 7 ½, Score at 1 3/8, 1 7/8, 3 ¼, 3 ¾, burnish the folds. For many trim your cardstock to 9 x 7 ½ do all your scoring and then cut into 3 pieces.
Fold into a box to hold the nuggets on the left side of the card.
Now do your stamping. I used the Spooky Cat face and the rat. I wasn’t sure if I liked smokey slate (lighter) or basic grey, so I did a trial run. I liked the lighter smokey slate as it looked like a ghost to me.
Here's my stamping close up.. I love the little ghost like cat faces!
Do you like the running rats?
Now secure the box for the chocolates. Use tear-tape or strong adhesive on the last flap to secure the “box” that holds the nuggets (see photo)
Insert 3 nuggets. Cut about 11-12” of the 7/8 black striped ribbon, it has wire edges so it really is easy to work with. Then tie it with 10” of twine.
Punch out the Spooky Cat, and stamp out a greeting to go either on the back or below the Spooky Cat. I put a wink of Stella (little bit of sparkle) on the cat’s paws, ears and tail, can you see it??
Alternatively you can stamp and punch out a label and attach to the back with your message as I did (see above).
Do you love it? I do.. I love a quick and easy project to make for lots of people.
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Happy Halloween, MaryKate