Sunday, 9 March 2014

Crazy Crafters March Blog Hop - Punch Art


 Hi Everyone!

It is my pleasure to host this months Crazy Crafters Punch Art Blog Hop. If you've just left stop number 10 Karen Coulter at Stamping K'Oz then you are in the right spot. The full lineup is below.  Today's creation is HOT STUFF!! .....Well....maybe not literally.   These cool Fire Engine Chocolate Wrappers are inexpensive and easy to make. With just a little bit of imagination you too can create your own unique favours for your next celebration.


Some of my favourite ones to create have been Hungry Caterpillar themed, Elegant High Tea and Christmas Trees. But here's how I made these:

http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ItemList.aspx?categoryid=177&dbwsdemoid=4005871

 

20 comments:

  1. Such an awesome idea and so cute. Love them.

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  2. Super Cute!! Great idea! Thanks for sharing how to make it too.

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  3. Oh I love these, they are awesome Carolina

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  4. Such a creative & fun idea to wrap chocolate bars for a party. You could always put a tiny little photo of your young man in the front window driving the fire truck. Great Project and so adaptable to other vehicles.

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    1. I love making these chocolate wrappers Sue - i've made heaps of different ones before, these by far were the quickest to put together :)

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  5. I love your chocolate wrappers I'm sure the party kids will love them, thanks for showing us all how to make them too

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  6. They look terrific. What a great thing to take home from a party. The kids will love them. Cool idea Sue Wdowik above on the photo too!
    Sue Madex

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    1. Thank you Sue! My sons birthdays are coming up soon - I may just try out that photo idea :)

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  7. Great idea - such fun!
    Mary

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  8. Super cute! You are way too clever (and patient - all those multiples!!), love. x

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    1. Thanks Christine! Actually the punching out took me longer to do, i kept losing count! - the assembly was super quick with the tombow glue!

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