September 13, 2010

Everyday Treats

Edit #2: Hey friends. The small paper doilies are from Martha Stewart, I found them at Michael's. Also, I have a new Halloween kit up in my Etsy shop. Thanks for stopping by today.

Edited for question: This is too darn cute! I love it... do you have the recipe to share that goes with the mix pictured too? Yes, the recipe is already linked in my post in the first paragraph. :)


Mmmmm, welcome to the Everyday Treats Group Post. Who doesn't love a fun little snacky snack? Today I have a fun, sweet Halloween Snack Mix to share with you. You can find the recipe here at the Chex website. It's sweet peanut butter and chocolate flavors are a real hit with my family. It's different than our traditional Puppy Chow snack mix we make but we all loved it just the same.
I love to send little treats with the girls on game days but I usually need packaging that can be easily thrown into a gym bag or book bag. A fancy gift bag isn't needed but it doesn't mean that I can't make a cute card that the girls can keep.
So for my snack mix packaging, I used Large Glassine Bags that are about as simple as it gets. I love these things! I attached pretty cards to the fronts of my snack mix bags using Small Clothespins that were covered with cork board paper. The envelopes were impressed with the new Background Basics: Diamonds Impression Plate. The pretty embellishment that adorns the envelope front was made by stamping a label from Everyday Treats with Terracotta Tile ink and then layering it with paper doilies, circle punched cork paper and hand cut words that were stamped from Everyday Treats. I tied the envelope up with brown and white twine and Vintage Buttons. A very striking card with all the textures and layers. Love.
For my actual card inserts, I kept the design very simple. I used Large Manila Parcel Tags, a punched circle from cork paper, an orange carnival ticket , brown and white baker's twine and a small Papertrey sentiment from Handwritten Notes.
The pretty circle stamp that I used on the cork papers is also from Everyday Treats. I love how versatile this set is. All of the circle stamps in this set will work with a 1-3/4" punch. Inside, I can write a special little note for the girls, wishing them good luck on game day.
I also tucked in a few small sticky notes inside the cards. The girls can use the clothespins that I backed with magnets in their lockers.
Hope you enjoy! I know this set will stay front and center this holiday season. Please visit the other Papertrey Designer blogs to see their sweet creations:


10 comments:

Laura Isham said...

awesome fall colored project! I love how you included the clothes pin magnet. Just a perfect addition for your girls.

Eveline said...

Great project. It all looks good.
Eveline.

Kim H. said...

I love it! Love it all. This stamp set is great! I love to give treats to my kids and teachers, etc... all the time! You bet I will be using this set. THanks!!!

cashemere said...

Lovely project!!!
I love it!
Kisses
D├ębora

Sassy said...

This is too darn cute! I love it... do you have the recipe to share that goes with the mix pictured too?

Patty J said...

Another sweet project - oh, and I haved loved giving your candy coated popcorn as little treat gifts too. You are the best!

Anonymous said...

Hi! I always enjoy reading about what you are doing new with your creations. Can you tell me where you got the cute paper doilies you used in today's post with the goodie sacks? Thank you!

Ellie A. said...

OH your just too awesome... JUST AWESOME :)

Troy Louise said...

You are such a great Mom! Those are really sweet. I got the last package of those MS doilies the other day - thanks for the fun idea.

Alice Wertz said...

love your treat labels, so pretty!

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