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Hey there! I've got something super cute to show you today! My hostess in Golconda, IL today wanted a project using the 1" x 8" Cellophane Bags, and she likes punch art, so we are making these:

Candy corn pennants 1
Aren't these little candy corn guys cute?!? I stamped the snowman face from Snow Day on one of the corns and I'm in LOVE!!!!

The other corn I stamped with "it's all about the candy" from Halloween Hello.

The candy corns themselves are 3/4" strips of Pumpkin Pie and Daffodil Delight from the Polka Dot Parade Designer Paper package and a 3/4" strip of Very Vanilla polka-dot from the Neutrals Color Collection Designer Series Paper Stack adhered to a scrap of Very Vanilla, then punched with the Petitie Pennants Builder Punch.

The background of the tag is from the Truly Grateful, cut with the largest Chalk Talk Framelit, then matted with a piece of Early Espresso. I cut the corners of the E.E. layer with my Paper Snips to coordinate with the corners of the Chalk Talk tag.

After filling the 1" x 8" Cellophane Bag with M & M's, (I used a clean drinking straw to poke them down into the bag and get them to lay correctly) I closed the bag with the adhesive strip on the bag and then stapled it to the back of the tag. I covered the staple on the front with a bow tied from 1/8" Pumpkin Pie Taffeta Ribbon.

Here's the completed project:

Candy corn pennants 2
This was so easy and so FUN!

These would make great Halloween treats, wouldn't they? To order your cellophane bags, Petite Pennants Builder Punch, and Chalk Talk Framelits, go to my Online Store! You can order just about anything else used on this project there too, except for the M & M's and the stapler!

That's all for today! Thanks so much for stopping in to see what I've been up to! Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

All products used are ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2013


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