Good luck candy pocket.

Posted by Michelle on March 14th, 2012 . Filed under: Design Team Work, Gift Packaging, Glue Dots, May Arts, St. Patrick's Day .

Is it just me or does it seem like every holiday is getting big?  Not that I have a problem with that, but I am noticing what appears to be more t-shirts and more decor and more novelties for St. Patrick’s Day this year.  And I think I noticed the same for Valentine’s Day too.  Maybe it’s all about making more money for some of these companies, but I’m totally fine with another occasion to celebrate.  And because I have little ones, we kinda like to have fun and do special things for pretty much any holiday anyway.  So for St. Patrick’s Day I made each of the kids a little pocket with green and white candies inside.  Nothing fancy, nothing that took me 19 hours to make, just a little something to make the day seem more holidayish.

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I die cut a little green pouch to house a little glassine bag with the candy, and then I embellished the heck out of it with patterned diecuts, a “good luck” stamp, and some super hot crushed silk ribbon from May Arts.

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My handy-dandy Glue Dots dispenser, and Glue Dots continuous lines make easy work for super quickie projects like this.

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Just a reminder that the shoppe is fully stocked,
and with lower prices plus 40%-off using code STPATRICKlast day is Saturday!

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4 Responses to Good luck candy pocket.

  1. Anna Was

    So fun! I love all of hte texture and of course the theme! I agree there seems to be more “stuff” for these little holidays! We are excited that the holiday falls on Saturday this year…more relaxed!

  2. Ryann Salamon

    Oooh, I love this. Need my address? LOL Button trees get me every time. 🙂

  3. Jessie McLaughlin

    Michelle this one is so cute! I love the green and I do think it is more boyish that the one from today!

  4. Michele aka Derbylea

    This is very cute. I love the green mixed with those cute little tags, adorable. I rarely make anything St. Patrick and I don’t think I have ever sent anything out?

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