Thursday, July 18, 2013

Dress Up Framelit Treat Holder

I'm at the Stampin' Up! Convention this week and I wanted to share a project I made to swap with other demonstrators while I'm here.  These treat holders are made using the Dress Up Framelit Dies.  I first saw the idea to make these boxes by watching a video by Shirley Merker on a special website for Stampin' Up! demonstrators, but I've seen a few different tutorials online showing how to make them.

I came up with the idea for the scallops at the neckline by using the 7/8" Scallop circle punch.  I punched Whisper white cardstock, then snipped the little scalloped circle in quarters and adhered a quarter behind each part of the neckline.

Not only are you able to completely customize the design of the dresses themselves, you're also able to adjust the size of the treat box to fit whatever treat you choose perfectly.

Wouldn't these be an adorable little gift or table setting for a shower, baptism, or christening?

Paper:  Coastal Cabana and Whisper White cardstock, Eastern Elegance DSP
Accessories:   Tea Lace Paper Doilies7/8" Scallop Circle Punch, Coastal Cabana 3/8" Ruffle Stretch Trim, Basic Pearl Jewel Accents


  1. Natalie, those are so cute! I tried to comment on FB but it wouldn't let me.

  2. This is just darling!! I'm going to share this on my blog - crediting you of course!

  3. I LOVE these! Thanks so much for sharing! Hugs, Lesley

  4. I just love these, such a neat idea, saw over on pinterest and followed the link over, so creative, I might try them! love the idea so much :) thankyou for the inspiration. Joey x


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