HOLIDAY “FAUX METAL” FOIL TREAT BAGS
💖✨ Gone rogue, I took a brave leap outside of the “Halloween” box, dabbling in the festive world of Christmas instead. Using the incredibly versatile Stampin’ Up Trick and Treats die, guess what I came up with?
Gorgeous, shiny and stunning treat favor bags! Yes, you heard it right. It’s a game-changer. I created these amazing bags with an innovative “faux metal” technique, adding a unique touch to your holiday gifting. 🎁✨
But that’s not all! I paired the box dies with the lovely Sending Cheer stamps and dies. To top it all off, Granny Apple Green and Melon Mambo Foil were my go-to colors for that extra sparkle. 🎨✨ Just the perfect blend to light up your Christmas celebrations!
Now, this is where YOU come in! I’m torn between the vibrant Granny Apple Green and the chic Melon Mambo Foil. 🍏💗 Which one gets your vote? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.
🎉🎉🎉 But in the spirit of sharing, I’ve put together a step-by-step guide for you all to recreate these beauties yourself. Whether you want to try out this cool new craft or are just looking for innovative packaging ideas, this one ticks all the boxes. 🎉🎉🎉
Check out the instructions below. Let’s sparkle and shine together this holiday season! 🌟🎄
THE TRICKS & TREATS BUNDLE, CHRISTMAS TIDINGS FOLDER AND MELON & GRANNY APPLE FOIL ARE RETIRING
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I created the faux metal technique with the Melon Mambo & Granny Apple Green Foil and the Christmas Tidings Embossing Folder.
The stocking and gingerbread man are from the Sending Cheer Bundle.
In this photo I’ve added some Holiday and Christmas boxes I made with the Trick & Treat bundle/dies. I will have tutorials for all of these shortly.
TRICKS AND TREATS SERIES
STAMPIN UP SUPPLIES I USED