I made this cute little standing treat envelope for a home party earlier this month with some retired paper and the ladies just loved it. So, I thought I’d do one for my Stamp Nights and share the instructions on my blog.
Here’s the one I designed for Stamp Night. They both use the Perfectly Preserved stamp set and matching Cannery Set Framelits from the Holiday Catalog.
Here’s a photo of the treat envelope opened. I used little Velcro squares so that it would be reusable.
You can get two of these from one sheet of 8 ½ x 11 cardstock.
Cut cardstock to 10 ¾ x 3.
Score at 4”, 5”, 9”, and 9 ¼”.
Fold at all creases and use bone folder for crisp edges.
Shorten the top flap by using border punch of your choice.
Punch window using jar from Cannery Set Framelits and the Big Shot leaving room for jar lid to overhang (you can “measure” where to cut window by placing Framelit on cardstock and then folding flap over to test it).
Stamp jar lid and punch out on the Big Shot with the lid Framelit.
Decorate top flap and attach jar lid with a Dimensional.
Attach small cello bag filled with candy to top of inside front with a glue dot on each side.
The extra cello (if any) can just be folded over to keep the candy fresher.
Attach Velcro to flap and close to let the other side of the Velcro stick in the appropriate spot on the front.
Here’s the page my Stamp Night ladies put in their techniques journals with a little flat mock version of the project.
You can theme these for any holiday, party favor, or just little Thank You gifts! Have fun!