Yesterday was fun for all you humans.  (I hope you know that dogs should NOT have chocolate.  Our bodies can’t process it.)

So Ann got together with all you stamping streamers on YouTube and Facebook and shared how she made this candy holder with our Yuba City Stamp Club on Tuesday.

Valentine Candy PacketBut for the first time in a long time….

Ann Got Busted!


Ann loves to use only current items that Stampin’ Up! carries.  We’re pretty careful about that.  But these are the old sized bags that Stampin’ Up! doesn’t make anymore.  Instead of 4″ x 6″ bags, they make 3″ x 6″ bags!

And that candy would probably fit better!  Plus it wouldn’t take so much to fill them up.

PLUS she had the old 1″ x 8″ Cellophane Bags (which you’ll see were WAY too narrow) and now Stampin’ Up! makes 2″ x 8″ Cellophane Bags which are MUCH easier to use.

So, Bravo Stampin’ Up!

And shame on Ann!  We’re going to have to do some intensive catalog review!

We’re giving them to someone who is famous for doing 3-D gifts with her stamps and stuff and we’ll have the new stuff soon.

But before we do that, Ann used the bags to make quick gifts for her small group that she meets with on Wednesday nights.  (Yep.  They even met on Valentine’s Day!)

Candy HoldersIn the first version, we used Rich Razzleberry from the Painted With Love Specialty Designer Series Paper as a base.  In the second version, we used Berry Burst which is featured in the Foil Frenzy Specialty DSP.

Candy Packets Supplies

And here’s what else we used to make these (besides a stapler).  All our online shopping guests get a handmade reusable card in their mailbox AND 4 free project tutorials in their inbox.

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What a great candy holder idea!