Monday, October 17, 2011

Owl Santa Ghirardelli Christmas Favour - TUTORIAL

As promised, I am back today with a tutorial on how I made THIS cute Christmas goodie holder.
Supplies you will need are:
   Simply Scored Tool
   Silver Glimmer, Real Red, Whisper White and Basic Black cardstock
   Stapler and Staples
   Bone Folder
   Owl Builder and Decorative Label Punches
   Snow Burst Embossing Folder
   Champagne Mist Shimmer Spritz
   Sentiment Stamp - I used Petite Pairs
   Basic Black Classic Ink
   Real Red Stampin' Write Marker

Cut a piece of Real Red cardstock 6-1/4 x 2-1/2"
Score at 5/8, 3-3/8, and 3-3/4' using your Simply Scored Tool (notice the markers I placed so that I can quickly repeat the score lines and not loose my place!)

 Cut a piece of Basic Black and Whisper White cardstock to the sizes below.  Spritz the Whisper White piece with Champagne Mist Shimmer Spritz:
 Using the Owl Builder Punch, Real Red, Basic Black and Silver Shimmer cardstocks, punch out the following owl pieces:
 Put the owl together:
Run the Whisper White piece through the Big Shot using the Snow Burst Embossing Folder:
 Using the bone folder, fold along all the lines of the Real Red base:
 Add the Ghirardelli Chocolate inside the base, fold over the bottom and staple it closed.  Make sure you staple towards the bottom so you have a flap left to slip the top under:
To make the sentiment - Stamp on a piece of Whisper White cardstock. Insert into the Decorative Label punch as shown below: (sorry this picture is a bit blurry)
 Take the piece out, turn it around, insert it into the punch, line up and punch as shown:
 Then edge the sentiment piece using a Real Red Stampin' Write Marker:
 Attach the owl and the sentiment to the front of the chocolate holder using dimensionals:
You are now done!  Now the hard part, do not eat it before you give it away!  Good Luck!!!
Happy Stampin' ...    


Kim160 said...

Thank you very much for the tutorial. This is just so cute, I love it.

nola Burkhard said...

It's just me again--thanks for giving us all the 411 on how to make this--again--it's ever so cute & CLEVER!
Hugs, Nola


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