Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

Hello Crafty Friends! It is time to start thinking of sweaters, fuzzy slippers…maybe a warm fire in the fireplace and of course a yummy cup of hot chocolate or some other warm drink. 
Christmas is right around the corner! 
Are you making Quick and Easy Gifts! 
Eileen’s Inspiration Team is revisiting past projects to share some unique ways to use Eileen’s dies from Sizzix. 

I created a hot chocolate gift set using Eileen’s Flower Pocket Die along with Authentique Alpine Collections and Xyron products. 

To begin die cut pattern paper using the Flower Pocket Die. 
Run through the Xyron Creative Station Mini and permanent adhesive. 

Adhere the prepared piece to die cut chipboard Flower Pocket Die pieces.

Form box once all pieces are covered.

Run border strips through Xyron/Anna Griffin 3″ Disposable Sticker Maker
Place at bottom of prepared flower box.

Add sticker to front of box with pop dots. 
Die cut Romance Flowers, layer together and adhere to front of box along with a pretty bow.

To create you hot chocolate and marshmellow pouch.

Begin by adhering 2 packages of hot chocolate to inside of paper strip.

Adhere a small bag of marshmallows’  to top of hot chocolate. 
Fold paper strip over top and adhere top together.

Add border strip to top of bag along with a few die cut Romance Flowers.

Add stickers and bow to top of bag.

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial on how to create a Snuggle Up Alpine Hot Chocolate Gift Set and try making a few during the year. 
Supplies:

Xyron Creative Station Mini with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron/Anna Griffin 3″ Disposable Sticker Maker
Xyron/Teresa Collins Mega Runner
Authentique Alpine Collectors Kit and Detail Sheet
MayArts Ribbon
Metal Brads
Chipboard
Hot Chocolate and Marshmallows
Clear Gemstones

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the  Eileen’s Inspiration Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.

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