Happy Columbus Day to Americans and Happy Thanksgiving to our Canadian friends! Sorry I'm a bit late with getting this up on the blog, but it's been a pretty hectic couple of days for me. I've been fighting a horrible headache after falling, but I'm fine.
When I woke up this morning, the fall air has truly hit New England and the first thing I thought was "Hot Cocoa!"
When I saw this tutorial for a hot cocoa packet holder on Suzanne Dean's blog, Scrap Bitz, I knew I wanted to make it. Today seems like the perfect day and I think the Hearty Thanksgiving stamp from Belles N' Whistles is perfect for this project! You can see the instructions here. I'd love to see you give this a try! You can use it for all kinds of things! So tell me, what's your favorite Hot Cocoa? Me, I'm a Swiss Miss Instant with tiny marshmallows!
I colored these cuties with copics and added some Stickles and Diamond Glaze to the pumpkins and flowers. I also added some raffia along the bottom with a button with Scrapper's Floss through it. The Prima flowers on the top are set upon some silk leaves.
Aren't their faces just the sweetest things? I could color them up all day!
Here's a side view of the holder.
This is the top. I added a BasicGrey magnet to keep the container closed.
Hope you enjoy making this and remember to post your project in our new Gallery!
Hearty Thanksgiving by Belles N' Whistles, Prima Flowers, Stickles, Diamond Glaze, Scrapper's Floss, BasicGrey magnets, raffia, button