Monday, December 16, 2013

Treat Bag Topper with TDD

Happy Monday Crafty Friends!

 Today I have a treat bag topper to share with you using some Top Dog Dies!!

The holidays are near!!  I am so excited!

There are so many things I would like to do yet, but this last week has set me back a little bit, unfortunately. I wasn't feeling good last week, so I went in and ended up needing surgery!  They removed my appendix!   So hopefully I will be feeling better soon.

Anyway, usually I use my Cricut to cut out treat bag toppers, but sometimes it is just inconvenient to turn on my PC and find the topper, etc.

Well problem solved!! 
I just recently got the Frame Front Card Die from Top Dog Dies!

As soon as I seen it, I knew exactly what my first project was going to be!
I was going to use the card die to create a bag topper!

I just LOVE the many possibilities each die from Top Dog Dies has!!

Here's a look at my folded cardstock on the steel die:

The beautiful die cut ornament is from the Ornament & Tags Die Set #1, another lovely set!

Here's a look at the entire gift package:

I added some of our handmade caramels!
Makes for a nice added gift for a teacher, friend, or anyone else special!

And the best part, simple to make!!


Check out the Top Dog Dies Blog for some more wonderful inspiration!!

And be sure to check out the Top Dog Dies site to see all their amazing dies!!

Happy Monday!!


Sweet Stampin': Last Minute Christmas
Pumpkin Spice: Ribbons or Bows
Little Claire's Designs: Make a Gift
Hiding in My Craft Room: Use Your Scraps (All pieces of paper were from my scrap bin)


Judith Taylor - Wright said...

fabulous hun - lots of great ideas - have a good day x

dr.jaya said...

Gorgeous treat bag! this is such a fun the ornament on it..
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Chris said...

Your festive packaging looks gorgeous (and so do the sweeties:)) Thanks for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this week.

Katherine Clayton said...

What a GREAT treat bag topper! (and the treats -- caramels, I think? -- look pretty good, too. lol) Thanks for joining us over at Hiding In My Craft Room and hope to see you join us again soon. Take care and rest so you can heal and have a Merry Christmas.