I just love the versatility of everything Stampin’ Up! puts in their Catalogues and the Big Shot and its accessories have just given us so much more!

One die that I have had for a while and havent really used much is the Two Tags die – mind you I had to have it!! So I pulled it out the other week and made some little Christmas goodies!

Christmas Treats

This is a cute little treat holder that you could give out to friends and family as just a little Christmas Surprise.

I’ve cut out two of the wider Tags and adhered them together and popped a ‘fun size’ chocolate inside – too easy!  Tied it up with some ribbon and made a simple Tag using the Decorative Label Punch and the Owl Occasions Stamp Set and wallah – instant treat!

You could even make these as a wedding favour or birthday thank you just by changing the Designer Series Paper!

Gift Card Holders

How cute are these??  and wayyy too easy!

Again, I have used the wider tag and I’ve folded my strip of Designer Series Paper in half and placed the fold just above the cutting line on the die to keep my piece of Designer Series Paper in one piece. Then simply run it through the Big Shot and it does all the work for me! I then made another owl tag to pop on the front and tied it up with a piece of ribbon.

Then you just simply insert the gift card and wallah –  instant gift!

I just popped a line of Snail Adhesive on the inside of my Gift Card Holder and stuck the Gift Card to that. You could insert a little pocket if you want to or put adhesive along the two sides to make the holder into a pocket.  You can also punch out a nice piece of Whisper White to pop on the other side and write a little message there.

I love these as they are so so quick and easy and that is exactly what we need this time of year dont you think?

I do hope that you are have a lovely lead-up to Christmas and its not a stressful time for you!

 

 

 

 

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