Cake Soiree’ Treat Holder

Feb 2, 2018 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

 Back to sharing projects from my Onstage Live presentation in Salt Lake City.

These are quick to make and would be great to hold a few candies, or gift card, etc.  They’d be pretty at a bridal shower as a favor at everyone’s place!  You can get two out of one sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock. 

Here’s how to make them: 

    Score Whisper White Thick
cardstock as indicated (measurments below) and fold along score lines.

    Attach DSP to front of
treat holder with snail.

    Punch a half circle on top
of treat holder with the circle punch.

    Use Marina Mist ink to
stamp greeting and cut shape with Oval framelit.

    Attach Doily to the back
of the Oval shape.

    Add a Rhinestone

    Use framelits to cut some
Old Olive sprigs. 

    Fill Cello Bag with Ready
Shreddie and  candy/treats

   Place Cello Bag inside and
then wrap ribbon around entire treat holder. Secure ends to front of treat holder
– behind where the oval shape will be.

  Attach the Oval shape with dimensionals.

  Attach sprigs with glue dots.

 Tie a bow with Berry Burst ribbon and attach
with glue dot.  Attach flower from the
Embellishment kit with a glue dot. 


Whisper White- 41/4” x11, scored at 4 1/2″ and 6 1/2″   3
1/2” x 3”
DSP: 2” x 4”
Old Olive – small scrap for die cutting

Here are the supplies used on this project- if you’d like to order some of the supplies, please click on any link and you’ll be taken to my online store! 

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you find some time to “bee” creative today! 


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