Coffee and chocolate – the perfect little gift to show someone that you appreciate them! This easy little treat holder is quick to put together and holds a Starbucks Via (this one is Iced Carmel Coffee, but Mocha or Pumpkin Spice would be nice too) and a Dove Mocha Latte chocolate.
I started by sliding the Via into the Stampin' Up! 2" x 6" cellophane bag.
Then I added my Dove chocolate – but first I put it in it's own little "package" using the Copper Trim!
This is how the Copper Trim looks when it comes of the roll, but wait, just see what it can do!!
You can take your fingers and spread out the Copper Trim to get this cool "netting" look – AND it holds it shape!
But the Copper trim is also tube shaped – like a sock. So you can open it up (I used a Sharpie marker to widen it) and then slide in your Dove Chocolate! Then just squeeze the ends closed – it holds it's shape, remember? So you don't need to tie it at all! Then just slide it in the bag with the Via.
Just need a quick tag! I grabbed my Big Shot Die Cut machine and cut a Stitched Shapes oval out of Crumb Cake card stock and punched a hold in one end. Then I used my Coffee Cup framelits dies to cut out a tiny cup from the Coffee Break Designer series paper – love how these dies can cut out images from the paper! I stamped the "Thanks A Latte" in Early Espresso ink and cut it out with the little oval shape in the Coffee Cup framelits dies. I attached the cup and the sentiment to the tag with Dimensionals.
I attached the tag to the bag with some twine and then tied a ribbon closure with some Crumb Cake ribbon – ready to gift!!
Hope you can join me tomorrow night for a Facebook Live video tutorial on how to make this adorable Spooky Cat Teeny Tiny Treat Bag! If you hit "like" on my Facebook business page you will receive notifications of these events in the future! Here is the link to my Facebook Business page and to the event.
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