Feb 01 2011

Candy Bar Wrapper Slide

I showed you one of these Candy bar Wrapper Slides a few weeks ago when I did the tutorial for Stamping 411.  However, I thought I'd show you the actual one that I took to Leadership for a Candy Wrapper Swap I participated in.  It uses the Sale-A-Bration Ice Cream Parlor Designer Paper and Quick Accents Pack!  I love the bright colors!  Inside is a Dove Candy Bar!



For this one, I used a 6×6 piece of the Ice Cream Parlor Designer Paper.  Added a Whisper White Scallop Border Trim.  I placed the Ice Cream Parlor Quick Accents (comes with the DSP!) border trim above the scallop border. 


The ribbon is 1 1/4 Striped Pumpkin Pie and I added a tag using the Decorative Label Punch from Daffodil Delight.  I stamped the Chocolate image from Stampin' Up!'s Eat Chocolate stamp set in Early Espresso on Whisper White, then punched it with the Wide Oval Punch.  I added a trio of Rhinestone Jewels under the image and a little flower from the Quick Accents Pack.


I made up a tutorial from the one I did for Stamping 411.  You can download the tutorial here!

http://inkspiredtreasures.com/wp-content/uploads/Candy Bar Wrapper Slide.pdf


It came together SO quickly!  You can get your FREE Ice Cream Parlor Designer Paper & Quick Accents Pack with a $50 purchase during Sale-A-Bration or choose any of our other FABULOUS selections this year!  Order ONLINE or email me today!  Enjoy!


Over on Create with Connie and Mary, we are just beginning Week 2 of our subscription!  This week we are featuring the Sale-A-Bration brochure products!  It's not too late to join!  We still have four weeks left of the subscription AND you will be able to access all the past projects we've done.  We also leave the site up indefinitely for you to use the ideas in the future!  With a price of $29.95 for over 30 projects, that is less than $1 per project!  We know you won't be disappointed!  Join today at Create with Connie and Mary!

One Person has left comments on this post

Feb 2, 2011 - 12:02:17
Sue Duffy said:

Thanks so much for sharing this, Connie!  Now to find the Dove candy bars because I must CASE.