Thanksgiving Dinner Favors

I love to make 3D items and I love chocolate – so to combine the two is an extra special treat.  I made a dozen of these little beauties for Thanksgiving lunch last week and each contained about 5 – 6 chocolates ranging from Ghiridelli Squares to Hershey’s Kisses.

They are so very quick and easy to make, starting with a 6″ square of Designer Series Paper – I used Farmers Market and Into the Woods DSP as they both have an autumny/thanksgiving sort of feeling to them.

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Simply adhere two edges together to create a tube, then stick the edges together at one end – fill with your chocolates then stick those edges together so that they go in the opposite direction ~ I have heard these called ‘sour cream packets’

I used Tear and Tape adhesive for mine as I was asking rather a lot of the paper to use a lighter adhesive!

‘Grateful for You’ comes from the ‘A Little Something’ Stamp set, stamped in Rich Razzleberry onto Very Vanilla Card.  Gold Glimmer paper cut with the Note Tag punch, Gold Bakers Twine and my tags were complete.

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You could make these for almost any occasion – just change out the colors and the greeting and you have a quick table gift for all your guests!

I hope you enjoyed this project – let me know your thoughts below …………

Here are the main supplies, they are all available 24/7 in my on-line store, simply click on the item below and it will take you right there – cannot be easier!

 

 

 Happy Stamping 🙂
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