Spiral Rose Ghirardelli Treat Holders with How To Video

I've had so much fun making these treat holders. This was my swap for our Stamping to Share Monthly Get Together that we had last night.

Here's a trio of treat holders. I put large rhinestones into the centers of some of them. Kind of fancies it up a bit, but I like them plain, too. They are very easy to put together as you will see!

Here's a picture of a bunch of them in various stages of completion. And below is the How To Video.

Thanks so much for stopping by! If you would like to see the blog post that inspired me to create these beauties, please check out Patty's Stamping Spot. 

Adhesives: MultipurposeLiquid Glue (110755) Hot Glue Gun & Glue Stix

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Cherie said…
Kay, These are so beautiful! You make them look so easy! Thanks so much for sharing with us!
Beth Robinson said…
Thank you so much for the video tutorial. I was so afraid of this die and you made it seem so easy!!! Can't wait to go try it again.
Kay Kalthoff said…
Thanks for your comments, Cherie and Beth . . . and yes, it really is that easy!! Enjoy!!
Lorelei said…
Kay, I just made three of these flowers last night then I watched your video just now. I had a "duh" moment when I saw you using a set of tweezers to twirl the flower. What an awsome simple tip! I love your idea and your video is top notch! Thanks so much for sharing.
Bonnie alexander said…
Thanks for the video. Those roses are beautiful. I do have an unrelated question. What is the type of paper did you use to cover the Bigz Die? That made it so much easier to see.
Kay Kalthoff said…
Yes, Lorelei, the tweezers does make this projects much easier!! And Bonnie, I am using sticker paper. You can purchase it in 8.5 x 11 sheets. Similar to labels or contact paper. I think a lot of different things would work. Mine is from onlinelabels.com
Thanks so much for the video - and the tips! I love this treat holder - thanks!
Karen Anderson said…
These are lovely!! Can't wait to make some.
Kay Kalthoff said…
Thanks for all the comments, everyone! I'm just thrilled that you are all excited to get the Spiral Die from Stampin' Up!
LeeAnn Greff said…
Thank you for sharing this Kay. I'm making these at my Card Addiction class today!
Your videos are my favorites!
Kay Kalthoff said…
Awesome, LeeAnn, I know these flowers will be a hit with your customers!! Hope your class was a success!
Carol<>< said…
so pretty, I like the double colors...would look great on a card also!
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