Welcome to 3-D Thursday and this week it was my turn to create a little something and because it’s so cold outside here in Northern Colorado, I decided to feature some hand warmers!
Further down this post you will find a link to the FREE Project Sheet that has step by step instructions & color photos that you can save to your computer or print out and have on hand for easy reference PLUS you will find a full list of Supplies used to make this at the end of this post.
And here it is…it is a simple cardstock sleeve with two score lines that holds a pack of two Hot Hands Hand Warmers!
I used papers from Boughs of Holly DSP to decorate and used a die from Reindeer Dies to cut out those trees from coordinating cardstock colors.
I used a circle of Vellum to pop my trees and sentiment onto and underneath used a large snowflake from Wonderful Snowflakes for a cute peek-a-boo element…
Open up and voila – a two pack of Hot Hands Hand Warmers! I had never heard of these when living in Texas…Colorado awakened my awareness LOL!
They are held in place nicely by the Silver Threaded Cord…
The warming sentiment is a stamp from the Cozy & Bright Card Kit and was just perfect for this project!
I love how this turned out and a perfect little gifty for anyone!
WANT THE FREE PROJECT SHEET FOR THIS PROJECT? Click HERE to find it – then you can download it or print it out to keep for easy reference!
Here are the supplies used to create this project – click on any of the products below to find them in my Stampin’ Up! online store:
EVENING EVERGREEN 8-1/2″ X 11″ CARDSTOCK
SOFT SUCCULENT 8-1/2″ X 11″ CARDSTOCK
MOSSY MEADOW 8-1/2″ X 11″ CARDSTOCK
BASIC WHITE 8-1/2″ X 11″ CARDSTOCK
EARLY ESPRESSO CLASSIC STAMPIN’ PAD
Other Supplies: Hot Hands Hand Warmer
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