I love to make little treat holders/favors! But they’re kind of like baking for me — I like to have someone to give them to. So as a treat to myself and to my customers who come to classes, I’ve been packaging a treat for them. How is that for me? Well, two ways really. First, I get the fun of making something new. Then, I get the pleasure of giving something I’ve made. And, I guess there are really three ways because finally I get to enjoy people enjoying my creation. For Scrapbook Club on Sunday, I wanted to share some of the goodies I had picked up at the Lindt store. So, I made this super easy Punch Board favor with succulent topper.
Easy Punch Board Favor with Succulent Topper
I used a piece of Tip Top Taupe cardstock and the Gift Bag Punch Board.
I absolutely love this board!
There’s always something else I can create with it.
And if you don’t have it yet, boy are you missing out!
The box is wrapped with a piece of 1/8″ Emerald Envy Taffeta Ribbon.
And a loop of Gold Sequin Trim was added with a Glue Dot.
Pulling off a few sequins from either end of the trim gives you a little fringe.
On the top, I used the Succulent Framelits to cut layers of
Mint Macaron flowers.
Using a Sponge Dauber, Rich Razzleberry ink was added to the edges of the petals.
Then the petals were gently shaped using the Bone Folder before adhering them together.
Thanks for stopping by and checking out this easy Gift Bag Punch Board favor with succulent topper.
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