Hot Cocoa Gift Baggie

You can use this idea to put anything in -- candy, cookies, gift cards, make up, toy cars, etc.  This is the medium sized bag--the large bag is 6x8"!  I used the Frosty Day paper with the mittens on it since I was using my bag for hot cocoa... love that paper!  I wanted to make sure I made myself use it:)  But it was very easy and quick to put together!  To attach my topper to the bag, I sealed the baggie with scotch tape so I didn't loose any of my cocoa, then I put two strips of Sticky Strip on the inside edges of the topper, one on each bottom edge.  That holds it on great!   Happy budget-friendly gifting!  :)

Stamps: Punch Pals
Ink: Close to Cocoa
Paper: Frosty Day DSP, Bashful Blue, Kiwi Kiss, Close to Cocoa, Whisper White cardstock
Accessories: Medium Cello Baggies, Sticky Strip, Fire Rhinestone Brads, 1/8" hole punch, Scallop Punch, 1 1/4" circle punch, Bashful Blue Striped grosgrain ribbon, bone folder, Stampin' Dimensionals


Candle Gift Idea

Not sure what to make for your family and friends on a budget?  Make a candle!!  It is quick and easy and you only need a few supplies!  Here is a link to better directions than I could ever give you:http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/stamping_on_candles/ However you can color in your images with stampin write markers, blender pens and ink pads, whatever you like!  I got these candles at the $1 store.

Stamps:  Doodle This
Ink:  Basic Gray, Regal Rose, Pirouette Pink, Baja Breeze
Paper:  tissue paper, wax paper
Accessories:  Blender Pens, Heat Tool,  1" Double Stitched Baja Breeze grosgrain ribbon, Pretty in Pink Taffeta ribbon