Quick and Easy Treat Pouches made using the Envelope Punch Board

Hi Everyone, I hope you are all having a good day.

These super quick and easy Treat Pouches are so cute and are perfect to give your friends and relatives or to anyone as a Thank you!  They hold two Elizabeth Shaw Mints.  Yum, yum in my tum!!

The Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack (48 sheets of 6 x 6″) has such gorgeous designs and not just Valentine related so definitely useful for many occasions as there are two different designs on each paper for loads of choice.  

To make these treats cut a piece of Designer Paper 4 x 4″ and place in the Envelope Punch Board at 2 1/8″ and punch and score the paper.  Repeat this process by turning the paper 180 degrees and punch and score at 2 1/8″.  (These products are all available to purchase in my online shop)

Repeat this process by turning the paper and lining up the first score line on the score guide and punch and score.  (All the instructions are written on the Envelope Punch Board should you have any problems with this).  I gold heat embossed the sentiment using the FREE Avant Garden Photopolymer Stamp Set and punched it out using a 1 1/2″ punch.  Using Real Red Ink I hand stamped the little stamens and stamped off to create differing shades.  Clever, huh!  

As a Closure I cut a piece of Whisper White Cardstock measuring 8 1/4″ x 3/4″ and wrapped it around leaving a tail sticking out at the top and then snipped it off at an angle. I love it.  Then I cut out some hearts using the Sweet and Sassy Framelits Dies and finished them off with a rhinestone.  They are just so cute!

My video shows you how delightful they look and how to make them.  

Happy Crafting SANDRA x

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4 thoughts on “Quick and Easy Treat Pouches made using the Envelope Punch Board

    1. Sandra Ronald Post author

      Thank you Cheri, They are rather cute and yes simple. I think sometimes we over complicate things. Hugs Sandra xx

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