Thursday, 11 February 2016

A Week of Gift Packaging - Day 4, Chocolate Slider

Welcome to day 4 of my Week of Gift Packaging.

Todays make, the chocolate slider, is a quickie.  Great for a last minute treat, or for making multiples of, and from a single sheet of 6x6" Designer Series Paper.

Simply score your sheet of DSP on one side at 1", then turn and score the next side at 2 1/2" and 5".  Fold and burnish your score lines, then cut away the excess to look like the image below.  Using a 1/2" Circle Punch, punch holes in the centre of what will be the top of your slider (the easiest way to line them up is to fold the slider as though you are sticking it together, then punch the hole).

Using Fast Fuse Adhesive, stick the slider together with the tabs on the inside.  Then, take a length of ribbon, long enough to contain your chocolate treat and be tied.

Next, thread the ribbon through the holes in your slider, then add your chocolate treat.  Slide your chocolate treat into the slider, and tie the ribbon.  You're done!

Here is the full list of products used to create this project:

I hope you have enjoyed this project.

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