3/5 Stampin' Up! Petal Cone Carrot Favors for Easter


I decided to get a head start on planning my Big Shot Class that I will be holding at the end of the month. This is one of the projects that we will make!


I just love the Petal Cone Die that Stampin' Up! introduced in the Occasions Mini. Won't this be a cute place favor at our Easter Dinner this year? You can fill it with Easter treats . . . or even some smaller Easter toys if you don't want to do candy.


Before cutting the cone out, I wheeled the paper with Tangerine Tango ink using the Jumbo Wheel Whimsy. I get so much mileage out of that particular wheel because it makes such quick and cute backgrounds. I used a stamp from the set called Perfect Punches to create the name plate. The smaller oval is punched from Naturals White paper and I used the fine tip end of the Garden Green marker to write the names. The bit of Very Vanilla 1/8" Taffeta adds a sweet touch.

Edited to Add:
Due to the many questions about how to attach the carrot top to the carrot, I created a short video. Just click HERE.

Stampin' Up! Supplies:

Stamps: Perfect Punches (Wood Mount 117022, Clear Mount 120516), Whimsy Jumbo Wheel (109688)
Paper: Tangerine Tango (111349), Garden Green (102584), Naturals White (102316)
Ink: Tangerine Tango (111834), Garden Green (102272)
Tools: Big Shot Machine (113439), Petal Cone Die (121810), Jumbo Wheel Handle (103661), 1 3/4" Circle Punch to make the base for the carrot top (119850), Scallop Oval Punch (119856), 1 3/8" x 5/8" Oval Punch (119863)
Accessories: 1/8" Very Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon (119960)
Adhesives: Sticky Strip (104294), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Mini Glue Dots (103683)

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Kay Kalthoff is a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Lino Lakes, Minnesota stamping, caring and sharing with customers and demonstrators locally and nationally!

Comments

Carol said…
Very cute! I purchased that die also. But how did you get the leaves to adhere to the top of the carrot?
Robin said…
Thx for taking the time to post the tutorial!