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Christmas Treat Video

Today's video features how you can cut and score a 2" x 5-1/2" piece of card stock to make a quick Christmas goodie for your coworkers or classmates.

Be sure to watch to the end and let us know which of the two toppers you like.  They're the exact same supplies listed below the video but they're assembled differently.

 

Here's how I counted on my paws to figure out where to score – with a LITTLE help from Ann.  The candy is a little more than 1" wide.  The card stock strip was a little less than 5-1/2".  So the math looks like this.

A little under 5-1/2"
MINUS a little more than 1"
Equals a little over 4"

So we rounded it down to 4" and cut that in half.  That make 2" and that's WHY we scored at 2" from either end – knowing that it would be close.

Ann explains things like this in more depth at masterstamper.com.  That's a membership club where people want to learn more about stamping.  And you can learn more about it here.  We're working on a really sparkly video today to post there this weekend.  And all our 12 Weeks of Christmas ideas are stored there too.

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7 Comments

  1. Great video – you make it look so easy! I like the topper on the left – the one with the bakers twine thru the button hole. Thanks for a great and quick project!
    Barb E.

  2. Cute project either way, but the one on the left is my favorite. Never thought of stacking the candy that way and making a little tent-thanks for the idea!

  3. Fabulous as always 🙂 Stamper instructed you well 😉

  4. I like the Christmas treat w/the Baker’s Twine tied through the button.

  5. I like the ribbon under the button, cute, quick, nice co-worker gift!

  6. I like the one on my left
    it is tied

  7. At first glance I thought it was a front and back picture, but on looking closer it isn’t (or is it?)….I think I like the bow better on the left side of the screen. Thanks for the tips!

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