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Gift trays using Stampin’ Up! products

treat trays 2   treat trays 1

Hey everyone!

The sun is shining here and hopefully it will stay that way for today at least, i love winter but it is nice to see some sun after all those dark months.  This weekend our clocks change and go forward an hour so we lose an hours sleep (boo) but we get more daylight hours.  On this sunny note todays project is a gifty type really good actually for Easter if you fancied giving something different to just an egg.

I made these little trays and put a cello bag inside with different treats, one has toffees, another has marshmallows and the other has a chocolate bunny.  I have made two different sizes really just to see how it would adapt to different contents and its so easy.

The cardstock i used is Baked Brown SugarCrisp Cantaloupe and Whisper White.

The ribbon is from the sale-a-bration accessory pack.

Inks Calypso CoralCrushed CurryCoastal Cabana

Punches 2-3/8 Inch Scallop Circle Punch1-3/4 Inch Circle PunchCurly Label PunchWhat’s Up PunchDecorative Label PunchBanner Punch

Stamp sets Hello there (hostess)Whats up?

So the measurements are

Cardstock measures 5″ x 4″ (12.7cm x 10.1cm)

score all four sides at 1″ 

Instead of cutting up the score lines to make tabs cut diagonally from the corner of the square tab into the long score line then the two triangles stick to each other to make the sloping sides.  Trim off the excess after they are stuck together.  This tray is very adaptable and will work for whatever size dsp or cardstock you use.

Theres only 7 days left of Sale-a-bration left so dont miss out on your goodies  SHOP ONLINE 24/7 HERE

Have a happy and sunny day

Suzy x

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