Foxy Hot Cocoa Tag
Handmade holiday treat containers are a great way to show you care. Use these free instructions to learn how to make this card. With these simple paper-crafting steps, creating this finished cocoa container is easy!
SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white) Neenah Paper; (Peppermint) Bazzill Basics Paper Patterned paper: (brown grid, teal plaid from Dewey Decimal 6x6 pad) Lawn Fawn Clear stamps: (fox from Winter Fox set; banner from Bannerific set; Sally's ABCs set; heart from A Birdie Told Me set) Lawn Fawn Dye ink: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko; (Antique Linen) Tim Holtz/Ranger Industries Watermark ink: Tsukineko Embossing powder: (white) Hero Arts Color medium: (tan marker) Copic Accent: (eyelet) We R Memory Keepers Fibers: (red striped ribbon) May Arts Adhesive: Best Creation, American Crafts Dies: (snowflakes from Damask Snowflakes set) Papertrey Ink; (banner from Bannerific set) Lawn Fawn Other: (jar of cocoa) Finished size: 3 3/4" diameter
1 Die-cut snowflakes from cardstock; ink edges of one. 2 Set eyelet in inked snowflake and adhere snowflakes together with foam tape to create tag. 3 Die-cut banner from cardstock. 4 Stamp banner and "Hot cocoa" on banner; emboss. Adhere to tag with foam tape. 5 Mask fox stamp and stamp steam on tag. 6 Stamp fox and heart on cardstock and patterned paper. 7 Color cardstock fox with marker. Fussy-cut pieces and adhere together. 8 Adhere fox to tag with foam tape. Tie to cocoa jar with ribbon.
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