You might have noticed that Sunday was the Countdown to Christmas class and so of course, today I want to show you the project. I love the way it turned out!
Originally, I had planned to use a heavy duty mini muffin tin for the base of the project but recently I decided the entire task would be easier (and lighter) if it was made from a disposable aluminum pan. Now just cuz the pan is disposable doesn't mean this will only last one year. I think it is good for a while!! Of course the trim around the edges is the Stampin' Up! fabric (currently on sale til Nov 30th). I used a piece of retired sage shadow cardstock as the face of the project - the layers are done in real red, blushing bride, and whisper white. The images are from the Jolly Bingo bits and I used a bit of Stickles to highlight each image. I used almost 30 silver brads to hold the whole project together. They were easy to push through the tin. I used some retired SU ribbon to hang the project. I put Hershey kisses in my tin but you could easily use any similar size candy or treat. You could even put non-candy small trinkets or clues inside. As you can see in the second picture, to get to the treats you just swing the circle to the side.
Would love to hear what you think of my project. Leave me a comment or e-me!