Wednesday, December 10, 2014

MCT What a Treat Wednesday

It's What a Treat Wednesday with My Creative Time, and today I'm sharing a little holiday treat I've created for some of my coworkers with lots of my favorite MCT products!

I started by making a sweet little envelope using the Scallop Stitched Envelope Die.  I decorated the front by adding a piece of polka dot patterned paper, along with a little snow bank made with one of the Fun Stitched Edges Dies.  I stitched these to the envelope with my sewing machine before assembling it, to add a little interest.  The sentiment is from Boughs of Holly.  I made my sweet little snowman with the Winter Snowman Dies and the snowflakes with the Winter Flake Dies.

I stamped the back of the envelope with "To" and "From" stamps from the Gift Card Sentiments stamp set.

Inside of the envelope I tucked some Ghirardelli chocolate and a journal card with a gift card attached!

I made the journal card with the Stitched Journal Die and the pocket with the Tag Gift Pocket Die.  I added a sweet little coffee cup with one of the dies from All You Need is Coffee, along with a sentiment from More Gift Card Sentiments.  I think this will be a perfect little treat!

Be sure to stop by Emma's blog to see what she and the rest of the design team have to share with you today!

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  1. OMG what a super cute way to give a gift card....WOW I love it....your ideas are amazing...and love the card stock/ papers and colors definitely an outstanding presentation. Love the ways you've used Miss Emma's Goodies!!!
    YOU so ROCK!!

  2. Super cute treat Katie...I'll bet they'll LOVE it!!

  3. Love the way you packaged a gift card nd a treat. Your sewing is fantastic.

  4. Your envelope is adorable and a perfect way to hold the yummy chocolate for now and a great gift card for this idea and the stitching! Great job.
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  5. How nice and I am sure your coworkers will appreciate it and you!. TFS Linda

  6. AWESOME treat idea Katie! Love how you decorated the front of the envelope!!!!


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