Monday, October 22, 2012

Edible Greetings

As promised on my last blog... I wanted to share another one of my fun projects for upcoming vendor events.  This one was fun and SO easy... AND it had tasty perks.  While making them, I "accidentally" tore two packs of Rolos, so my fellow croppers and I just had to eat them.
A Christmas Greeting with something for Eating...

 What?  Did I say Rolos???  Oh yeah!  This is a package of delicious Rolos wrapped in our beautiful Festival of Prints DSP Paper Stack.  I absolutely LOVE this paper stack!!!   This picture does not do it justice, but you get the idea.   It is 48 sheets, 4 each of 12 double-sided designs, each sheet 4 1/2" x 6 1/2".  The saying is from our Tags til Christmas stamp set.  This is a GREAT stamp set that has a coordinating punch available for each sentiment!!!  See image by clicking here.

                                Festival of Prints Designer Series Paper Stack

There were so many wonderful paper choices in it that I couldn't stop "rolling".  Here are a few variety's, and as you see, I brought another stamp into play from the same set.  Not the best pictures, but you get the idea!!!

Finally... let me tell you just how easy these were to make!
I cut the paper in half, leaving me two pieces of 3 1/4" x 4 1/2".  AND... 4 1/2" was perfect for the length of the Rolo pack.  I simply used a piece of Sticky Strip on the long end of paper, securing it to the Rolo pack, and another piece on the other end.. SAME SIDE.  Once you roll it, remove the backing and adhere the paper in place.  After stamping and punching the sentiment, I used a basic hole punch and a 7" piece of ribbon to put it around the wrapped Rolos.  Enjoy!!!

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  1. This is such a cute idea, and a great use of the paper stack! I will also be doing a vendor event in November. How much will you sell these for?

    1. Still debating on that... I think $2.50 each/ 5 for $10. Glad you like it!!

  2. What a great idea!! I think I could actually make these!! LOL