2) We have another amazing group post that shares many ideas using those NEW! Products
Today you will want to visit the team to check out our ideas for Crazy for Creativity:
We have released:
This month we released 3 *NEW* Pretty Package Collections, where you will save 25%!
Please view our Gallery for project samples, and alternative ways to use all our amazing coordinating products!
You may also want to check out our blog for weekly challenges, and even more amazing ideas.
As you may have come to know my company focuses on the “complete package”. We work hard to offer coordinating products that are easily interchangeable with previously released products. We really enjoy being able to share the ideas and versatility each product holds.
Today we are each sharing some creative ways to use the *NEW* product for December.
My project today will show you some ways to use the Card Wrapper!
The *obvious* would be for it to hold a set of cards, but my gift today holds something a little more…..yummy!
Can you guess what it is?
Let’s unwrap it and take a peek!
Do you know now?
Yes, that’s right! Hershey’s Nuggets! These are the milk chocolate & toffee kind.
This idea came about because one of our designers, Tina Hale had asked me to consider a fun new way to wrap up the ever popular Hershey Nuggets, for those who like the “nugget tins”, but feel like those can end up being a more expensive option, when trying to keep costs DOWN in a tough economy, but still want to give something special.
Now you can put these candies in just about *any* template we sell, but we DO have several viable options that would work that are in similar fashion to a tin.
You can use ie:
I printed the coordinating stripe pattern paper from the Christmas Patina Papers onto my sheet of my 8160 Avery Mailing Labels. I then wrapped the nuggets in the labels. They are adhered to a piece of cardstock using removable adhesive so they don’t fall out or slide around.
I used the images in the Christmas Swagset to create two different labels to adorn my nuggets. I resized them, then cut them out using my Cameo Silhouette.
Then they are wrapped up to perfection!
This is the back of my gift
Seriously SO quick and simple, and the cost of the wrapper itself is about 0.16 cents!! That is an INSANELY inexpensive way to wrap ANYTHING!
This would make a great gift to send off with guests at your holiday event, or just because, any time of year. A great standby to keep on hand in case you get a gift from someone you weren’t expecting and you want to be able to reciprocate!
Lastly let me share with you an Christmas party invite 😀
This was created using the You’re Invited cut file.