Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Princess party favor - by Lori

Hi everyone Lori here with another easy tutorial for you. I wanted to show you a great way to use the new stamps and dies to make a treat bag for little princesses.
Supplies needed: Label shape in two different sizes. Princess Stamp. Flower. Ink for sponging the edges. Stickles. Liquid pearls. Ribbon. Some sort of candy treat and a clear bag.

I used the two smallest sizes of dies from the grand labels one nestie set and cut out the smallest in white cardstock and the next size up in pink. Then stamp your image (Princess accessories) on the bottom part of your shape and sponge around the edges. Score both pieces (pink/white) across the centre.

Adhere your ribbon to the to top of the bottom section and adhere your white piece to the pink.

Then I used the new Whiff of Joy Nested Flowers die to cut out the flower petals out of designer paper. I layered them and added a brad to the centre. Next colour your image. I also decided to add a sentiment to the back.

Now time to bling it up a bit. I added stickles to the shoe, flower, and all around the edgges. I then took my liquid pearls and added dots all around the pink card stock and the sentiment.

Fill your bag with candies and fold the label over the top of the bag and staple it on either side. This is the back of the bag. The sentiment is available with the Snow White set. Thanks for looking and hope you'll give it a try.


  1. Fantastic idea Lori. I am always after new ideas for a Christmas Fair and this will be fab. Thanks for sharing with us. Debbiexx

  2. Класс! Все легко и просто!!!

  3. Absolutely Sweet,lovely for a little present;)
    thank Lori for sharing xx

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