Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Crackled Treat Bags

Hello, crafty friends -

I mentioned in a previous post that I was ready to move on from Halloween projects… so how about some festive treat bags? Never too early, right?

I was inspired by the latest Compendium of Curiosities 3 Challenge to use the Colored Crackle Technique. Specifically, I used the technique on some chipboard pieces I cut out with dies from Sizzix. And before I forget, there is an awesome prize this week from The Funkie Junkie Boutique.

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I started with a glassine bag that I filled with Mint Dove Chocolates. I taste tested a few to verify that they were still as good as I remembered. And then a few more for quality control. ;)

To keep the bags closed I used red and white twist ties which I built the decorations around. I sandwiched them between black cardstock and Snowy Day designer and stitched around the edges to secure them in place.

Next I embellished the crackled pieces with a bit of designer paper (which was stamped with a “joy” sentiment) and a little sisal tree. I attached them to the main panel with foam tape and embellished with a few sequins and a bit of washi tape.

For a final touch I added a Season Chitchat sticker.

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And if one treat is nice, four of them are even better.  Mmm.. I think I need to taste test a few more of those chocolates.

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6 comments:

  1. Danielle...your glassine gift bags are so cute. You did a fabulous job on your crackle technique. You can see it so clearly and it looks amazing on the heart and the ornate frame. These gift bags are such a cute idea. Thanks for joining us at CC3C. <3 Candy

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  2. Brilliant Danielle - love the crackle effect on the heart and frame - I bet they will be gladly received

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  3. YUMMY!!! What a treat! Gorgeous card and bags! Your crackle is perfection!

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  4. These little bags are such fun Danielle, you did a wonderful job with the crackle technique too. Hope you have not eaten all the contents!

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  5. Danielle, these Christmas bags are so great! I love the technique on the red frame. Love this one!

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  6. Danielle, fabulous crackle frame! What a great way to spread some Christmas love. That crackle is fabulous!!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CC3C!

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Thanks for your sweet comments! I love hearing from you. :)