We have Gail Slabe joining us for 3D Thursday this week, and she has created this adorable Bunny Purse Treat Holder. It seriously is just SO cute!
I just love punch art! I also love the colors she used on this project. What a fun little gift for family, friends, or coworkers! Take a peek at both the inside and the back as well:
If you love this project and want to make some of your own, you can download Gail’s free project sheet HERE, or click on the image below!
Please check back next week for another 3D Thursday project! It’s my turn to create, and I’ve got something fun planned! I will also be hopping on Monday with the Color Fusers. We have a gorgeous color combo to share this month!
Hope to see you back soon! Thanks for visiting today!
Each month, the Stampin’ Up! team that I am part of does a Facebook hop where a bunch of us create projects based on a theme and then all post them to our Facebook pages. We each post instructions to see the next project by “hopping” to the each person’s page with the links to get from page to page. You go through each page until you get back to the first project you started with. When you have gotten back to where you started, then you have seen all the projects and the hop is complete!
We are having a Facebook hop tonight that features gift bags and boxes. Since Valentine’s Day is next week, I made this little bee themed Valentine’s Day box! I used all different sized punches and cutting dies to make the bee, which was inspired by one I saw on Pinterest. I used stamps from the Heart Happiness stamp set for the background hearts and the stripes on the bee’s body, as well as a stamp from the Bloomin’ Love stamp set for the sentiment.
The inside holds four small chocolate hearts. I was given a small box of Divine Milk & Dark Chocolate Belgian Caramel Hearts as a gift, and when I opened the box, my first thought was that the tray inside would probably fit perfectly inside the mini pizza boxes! Turns out it didn’t, but there was very little I had to do to make it fit. I just had to trim a very thin strip all around the edge of the tray and then it fit perfectly!
This is the brand of chocolate that I am referring to:
And here’s what the inside of the finished mini pizza box looks like with the tray trimmed to fit:
Don’t the hearts look yummy? Now that I have finished the project and taken pictures, I can finally eat the chocolate!
This was a really fun project to make! I love punch art, though I don’t do it as often as I would like to! It takes a lot of time and a lot of different products, but the end result is so worth it!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my little bee Valentine’s box! Thanks for checking in!