VIDEO: How to make Polka Dot Cone Easter Treats

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Are you looking for fun Easter treats? These super stinkin’ cute Easter candy cones are made with the Stampin Up Polka Dot Cone Cello Bags in the Occasions catalog. These are so easy and fun to make. They also make great party favors (wedding, showers, birthday, etc).

I made them live on Periscope, and have uploaded the “how to” video to Facebook so you can view it even if you don’t have the app, or missed it (Scopes only stay up for 24-48 hours).

Stay tuned Saturday for a coordinating and super fun card video.


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Follow me on Periscope @stampwithtami and be part of the live action!


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Easter Bunny Candy Treats:
Supplies: Polka Dot Cone Cello Bags, Friends & Flowers Stamp set, Festive Flower punch, blushing Bride Sequins, Pink Pirouette marker. Candy: I used Cadbury White Mini Eggs, I think jelly beans would be cute too.


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Easter Carrot Candy Treats
Supplies: Polka Dot Cone Cello Bags, Cucumber Crush Lace Ribbon, Whisper White card stock, Pumpkin Pie ink.
Candy: I used Reese’s Pieces, I found only orange at Wal Mart. Also Orange jelly beans or M&Ms would be adorable.

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Butterfly Candy Treats
Supplies: Polka Dot Cone Cello Bags, Butterflies Thinlits, Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper, Watermelon Wonder Lace.
Candy: I used Gold Foil covered Chocolate Easter Eggs (made by Palmer). I got them at Wal Mart.

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  1. So stinkin’ cute!!

  2. Hi Tami.
    Just watched the video that you did on periscope. Not fond of it as while your are making the project names pop up in front of what you are making and makes it hard to see. Will wait to see the regular video.

    • Hi Maureen, stay tuned tomorrow when part 2 of the bunny cone treat comes out on youtube. I’m making a coordinating card.
      This project was a quickie, and most of the beauty of periscope is “being there” and being part of the video (instead of just watching it). It’s great to have people text in questions, and be answered live, like a radio show but with video lol. I did take out the comments over the actual project making part for this video, but left them in for the rest. Otherwise a lot of what Im responding to doesn’t make sense.
      Most people that don’t scope, or miss them live, enjoy being able to catch the replays. It’s ok if you don’t, you can skip on over to the next youtube project.

    • You can hide the chat. you swipe up from the bottom then tap the three dots on the right then tap hide chat. Hope this helps.