Penguin Candy Bag

If you need some ideas for place settings or candy gifts this year, check out my latest post on the  Classy Cards and Such blog.

Isn't this Penguin just the cutest you've ever seen?  Some of the new Stampavie Christmas stamps can be used for projects other than a card because they are a little larger and lend themselves perfectly for place settings or candy bags for someone special on your Christmas list. 

Cut cardstock 3 1/2" x 10".
Score at 4", 4 1/2", 5" and 9".
Accordian fold on the first 3 score lines and fold on the last one.

Cut pattern paper from the Bo Bunny Mistletoe Collection to fit the front of the bag and the flap and then adhere.

Line up a Spellbinders oval die in the center of the front and die cut through the two layers.

Stamp the Penguin on Cryogen white cardstock, my cardstock of choice when using Copic Markers.  Color the image with Copic Markers - several shades of red for the hat and candy cane, yellow-red for his beak and feet and then C3, C5 and C7 to color his fur.

Fill a cellophane bag with peppermints.
Punch two holes through all layers (including the cellophane bag) and tie with Twine.

Adhere the Penguin to the bag with Joy foam adhesives, being sure not to adhere it to the flap. The accordian bottom allows the candy bag to stand on it's own, so why not make several of these for friends and family this holiday season.

Thanks for stopping by today.

Cardstock: Bazzill
Pattern paper: Bo Bunny
Dies: Spellbinders
Stamp: Stampavie
Ink: Memento
Markers: Copic Markers
Twine: Doodle Twine
Scoring Tool: Scor-pal
Adhesive: Xyron

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