Pootlers Blog Hop #4 – Sweets for my Sweet





So here we are with week 4 of my Pootlers design team journey, and oh my! Has it been fun!

I had a bit of extra time for this project (my little one is just under 6 months old and she seems to know when I want to craft and refuses to sleep! ??)

I brought these adorable little snowmen and santa choccies, and they are THE perfect size for the little acetate boxes! I just dressed them up with a 2″ punched circle of DSP for the base, some year of cheer washi around it to give it some glitz and glam, then lovingly wrapped it in some of my favorite ribbons!

Now you simply cannot give a gift without a card, and I stuck with the acetate feel here, by popping my stamped sentiment card with my message on the reverse into a clear envelope along with a gold foil snowflake and those ever so pretty iridescent sequins!! ?

I just love this, its fun, fresh and so easy but effective! Go on! Give it a try!

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For the Box:
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For the shaker card:

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2 thoughts on “Pootlers Blog Hop #4 – Sweets for my Sweet

    1. Thank you lovely! This was only my second time using them! I feel I need to make up little christmas table treat boxes with them ?

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