This is a very cute non-candy Winter treat to give to kids which would be perfect for Holiday class gifts or party favors – I know that lots of schools are moving towards non-candy treats and this one is cute and very affordable – it is a pair of gloves packaged with a Glove Topper…

You could make these for a camp trip, halloween trick or treat gifts, christmas, thanksgiving, fall, winter…just by changing your papers and stamps they are perfect for any chilly occasion…

I came up with the idea earlier this year when my girls had an ice skating party and this was one of the party favors that they gave to their friends who came to the rink – you can find knitted gloves in kid sizes for just $1 a pair and I found mine in Target – Walmart and dollar stores also carry similar…

Here is my tutorial giving you instructions on how to make them – at the end of this page you will find the template along with a link so that you can print them out and keep them for future reference…

Firstly take your Top Note Bigz Die and run it through the Big Shot using the cardstock color of your choice…

Next place into your score tool or paper trimmer with the score blade inserted and score at 1/2″ out from the center line – repeat for the other side…

Fold along the score lines…

And using scissors trim off the pointy bits on the sides so that you are left with a nice straight surface to tie your ribbon around…

Decorate your topper with papers or stamps of your choice and then insert your gloves.  Take the ribbon of your choice – I used Blushing Bride 1/2″ Poly Ribbon for mine since it is strong and thick and sturdy – make sure you leave the plastic store tag that holds the gloves together in place – and thread your ribbon between the gloves beneath that plastic tag and tie a bow or knot on top…

Your gloves are now tied securely to the topper and you can decorate it with finishing touches to suit your theme…

Didn’t it turn out CUTE?!!!  I would love to see your creations – if you email them to me, I will feature them on my blog…happy creating!


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