Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Penguins!!





You know how I am with my little treat holders... {Obsessed!!} I saw this idea on Splitcoast last year and decided to make them. I changed the pattern a little bit. Here are my directions:
  • 6" x 1 3/4" black piece of cardstock for the body.
  • Score at 2 1/2" and 3 3/4"
  • Fold ends toward each other, cut small triangle from the top sides to form a head shape.
  • Punch two small holes at the top and tie ribbon through.
  • White oval on body is the Stampin Up large oval punch; punch it and then stick the top of the oval back in the punch to cut away part of the top. Ink edges.
  • Punch arms using the Stampin Up large oval punch; hand cut out to the shape of arms.
  • Hand cut the beak from orange paper.
  • Punch feet from orange paper using the Stampin Up word window punch, then cut the rounded ends of the punched piece off using decorative scissors to resemble toes.
  • Attach small google eyes
  • Add candy (I used 2 hershey kisses)
I've made 40 of these so far. Very time consuming but the result is super cute. Hope you like them!

9 comments:

Annette said...

Wow - these are absolutely adorable! I love seeing your treat bags, they are always so unique!

Laura said...

The problem is how are you going to separate them? They look too cute as a group!

alexandra s.m. said...

so well done! Bravo!! how very clever of YOU!!

rubberstampinzone said...

Another brilliant project Heidi!!All of your creations ooze cuteness. No exception here. I think you're the Queen of treat holders. So adorable. And to boot. Hershey kisses? So now not only do these have the wow factor. They have the yummm factor too : )

Argyle Cats said...

I love penguins- you did an awesome job!

ant me. said...

Heidi! I love these : ) You always do the cutest projects! TYFS Patti

Suzanne :O ) said...

oh my gosh heidi, you have a whole army of adorable! I think you may have outdone yourself this time! :D

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Janice W. said...

These are so cute!!!!