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Craft Fair Project Instructions part 2

Filed under: Projects — November 30, 2007 @ 4:14 pm

#4 Candy Bar covers.  These are so simple.  Just measure your candy bar (in this case Twix)  leaving enough overlap for a strip of Sticky Strip on the designer paper (Dashing and other assorted).  Add ribbon and a tag (Perfect Presentation).

#5 Notepad cubes and pens – hold tightly and stamp on the sides (Baroque Motifs and Perfect Pomegranate).  Tie a cellophane bag with that great half price Satin ribbon.  Fill an RSVP pen with a piece of Satin Ribbon.  I ran SNAIL adhesive on the edge of my piece of ribbon and wrapped it tightly around the inside pen before inserting – very shiny and nice with the ribbon instead of paper.   Post it Pad and Pen – I used a 3 1/2 by 5 acrylic frame instead of the usual larger ones.  That gave just enough room for the snowman from Wishing you Cheer.  This time I used the designer paper on the RSVP pen.

#6 Gift Card/money holder –

very similar to the one created by Paula, but I wanted it to fit into a small open end envelope (SU).  My measurements are:  6 1/2 by 7 1/2.  Score the larger side at 1 3/4 and 4 3/4.  The designer paper (dashing) front panel is 2 1/2 x 6 3/4.  I also put a strip of dp on the inside panel that folds up.  Also punch out a half circle from this panel so you can see the money.   Use only 1/2 piece of sticky strips on the edges of these 2 panels, since that measurement is cut down an inch from the original, or don’t adhere that panel at all and place a glue dot (with it’s backing paper) in the middle panel to attach the money or gift card! 

I will post more projects next week.  This weekend is our grand opening at the new Grace Church Building, so I will be busy with an open house, helping in our children’s wing and singing in the choir for all 3 services.  Our new stage and worship center is awesome!   We are singing an unusual arrangement of the Hallelujah Chorus, so I will also need to fit in a little extra practice time:)

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