Skittles Guest Designer Time!
I will be having guest designers pop over to show off how they use my handmade Skittles on their projects! Looking for the latest and greatest colors? Check them out HERE! If you are interested in Guest Designing and showing off how you use my Skittles too, please email me!
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Hello Crafty Friends,
Carri asked my to showcase her skittles and I jumped at the chance to share. I have been using Carri's skittles since she created them and I have truly enjoyed the variety of colors and flare it adds to my projects.
Here is my Skittle's project...
I used Rudolph Red glitter skittles around my Vintage Lace Spellbinder, which is adhered with Zip Dry to the front of my boutique (treat) box. This would be perfect for an end-of-the-year teacher gift.
I cut out circles (cut at 3/4" which fits the bottom of the Hershey Kiss) and then stamped each one with A+. A glue pen was used to adhere each circle to the bottom of the Hershey Kiss. I used crimped red scrap paper to fill the bottom of the clear treat box.
The twine bow secures the top flap.
white, red, and black card stock
Spellbinders ~ Vintage Lace Motifs
Give a Hoot Cricut cartridge ~ apple (p. 35) cut at 2"
Plantin Schoolbook Cricut cartridge ~ circles cut at 3/4"
Pink by Design stamps ~ School is Cool set
skittles by Carri
red and white twine by American Craft
DeNami boutique (treat) box
Thank you G for sharing your adorable project! I love how you used such a great Spellbinder!
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