Here is the link to her new kits:
(Next time I'll have more photos for the project!)
I made two projects.
The first one was a remake (using her papers and elements) of a project I did last week with our Theme Thursday craft group.
The simple project--designed by my friend Lyla--needs just six supplies:
•themed paper (either real paper or digital paper)
•6 miniature hershey's chocolate
•pretzel bag (I found mine at Joann's)
•ribbon or raffia
all papers and elements from "Sweet Spark Valentines Kit"
I chose 3 of Tay's papers, sized them to 1-1/2" x 3" and cut out two of each design. Then I covered each of the 6 miniature chocolates with the paper, taping them with the clear tape to keep the paper in place.
I cut a tray out of the cardstock at 2-1/2" x 6". I scored each long edge about 3/8" in and folded up the long sides.
Place one of the chocolates into the tray and start sliding it into the pretzel bag. Once the tray is started sliding into the bag, add the other chocolates and slide the whole tray completely in the bag.
Tie the bag closed with a ribbon or raffia.
Add a tag (mine is a digital one I designed with Tay's digital elements) and you have a cute Valentine gift for friends, family, neighbors, teachers and more!
Project 1--"You're A Deer!"
The second project was quick and easy. It had about the same number of supplies--
•one fold-over tag (approximately 5" x 7")
•small hole punch
•paper (digital or traditional)
•clear bag (can be a sandwich bag)
•your choice of treats
I designed a digital fold-over tag with a Valentine theme and printed it out. I made sure the tag was wide enough to cover the top width of the bag.
I printed out one of the digital Valentine papers and cut it out to fit my clear bag (approximately 4" x 5"). Sizes may vary depending on the size of your clear bag.
I slipped the paper into the bag and placed the chocolates in front of the paper.
I folded over the tag and placed it over the bag (half of it in front of the clear bag and half behind), punched two holes through all layers. I threaded ribbon through the holes and tied a bow and this project was ready to go!
Project #2--"be mine, valentine"