Before CHA I had never used the AccuCut GrandeMark and their dies!! But now I am in love. Using this diecutting system allowed us to teach 9 Different Projects at CHA to hundreds of Attendees. This is a project that we did not teach...since I was sure the chocolate kisses would never make it home safely. But this die creates the coolest treat bags and favors for any event. The other great thing about the AccuCut GrandeMark is that you can diecut several pieces of paper at once.
For this treat bag I used Basic Grey's Fruitcake Ornaments Paper to diecut the treat bag with Accucut's Bag Treat Wrap (3-D) Crease extra long cut. I stamped the image using JustRite's JB 08150 Christmas Stamp Ensemble, JB08117 Harmony Classic Circle III wooden stamper (This is from the same set as Day One's Project).I used Spellbinder's Scalloped Circle Nestabilities to diecut the stamp images. Place your chocolate kisses in a tiny bag and staple it into your Treat Wrap. Use your JustRite Embellishment to accent your treat bag and to hide the staples. This die from AccuCut cuts and creases your project.
Here is the second bag I created:
For the second treat bag I used Basic Grey's Fruitcake Gingerbread paper. And I decided to place the stamped image lower on the treat bag...just showing a hint of the chocolate treats inside the bag.
Now here is a 3rd treat bag that I designed using JustRite's - JB 08130 Baking Ensemble Click the link to see all six of the designer centers and borders. (this set has stamps for fudge, gourmet Hot cocoa, hand dipped chocolate, christmas cookies plus 2 other great food related stamps). You will need to purchase separately the wooden stamper- JB 08116 Harmony Classic Circle. This stamp set is 2 5/16", Just perfect for those of you who make homemade chocolates for christmas--- my favorite hand dipped chocolates are peanut butter balls. What's your favorite??