Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Clover Nuggets

With St. Patrick’s Day only a day away I wanted to share with you one last take on my “Bags of Gold”.
This one used the P K Glitz EP Max embossing powders which are really fun to work with and still give you some fabulous sparkle for your project.
For the clover medallion, I cut the scallop, circle and clover from Sticky Paper using my Silhouette. I applied E P Max to the scallop and clover then heat embossed to get that fabulous sparkle.
Using rectangle mailing labels, I placed 3 clovers that I cut from WonderFilm onto the label. I embossed each of them with E P Max Clover. I then put a strip of 1/8” Sticky Tape across the top and bottom of the label and embossed it with Powder Keg Gold. Once all of my labels were finished, I wrapped each of the Nugget candies with a label then placed them inside a clear Boutique box from Denami Designs before putting it inside an Organdy bag.
nugget-bag bag
Here are two different versions of the finished product.
The one of the left, I made the clover medallion much larger and also used Powder Keg embossing powder along with the E P Max and placed it on the satin draw strings.
The one on the right, I cut clovers and a horseshoe from WonderFilm and placed them on the outside of the Organdy bag then used Glitter Glitz on the images before placing the nugget candy box inside the bag. I added the smaller clover medallion to the satin draw string.
Embossing Powder: Meadow (P K Glitz) 
E P Max: Meadow, Gold (P K Glitz) 
Sticky Paper (P K Glitz)  
Sticky Tape: 1/8” (P K Glitz) 
WonderFilm (P K Glitz) 
Anti Static Brush (P K Glitz) 
Organza Bag (P K Glitz)
White Mailing Labels
Nugget Candy (Hershey’s)
Clear Boutique Box (Denami Designs)
Do you have any special treats you are making for St. Patrick’s Day?

This project is linked to Places I Visit
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