Snowman Tag Treats

Snowman Tag Treat Tutorial – Snowman Builder Punch – Let it Snow – 2019 Holiday Catalog Stampin’ Up!

By PaperedChef, August 13, 2019

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create snowman tag treats using many new products from the 2019 Holiday Catalog by Stampin’ Up! First, I show you how to cut and fold the card stock and the Let it Snow designer series paper. Then, I demonstrate how to use the Snowman Builder Punch and Let it Snow Embellishment Kit to build the snowmen for this project.

Dimensions

Card Stock = 6.75″ X 2″
Score at 3″ and 3.75″
Punch with the Delightful Tag Topper punch.

Designer Series Paper = 6″ X 0.75″
Score at 2″, 2.75″, 4.75″, and 5.5″

Whisper White for Tag = 1.75″ wide,
Stamp “Let it Snow” in Blueberry Bushel
Punch with the Timeless Label Tag

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2 Comments

  1. Cyndi says:

    I REALLY enjoyed the tutorial on the “Snowman Tag Treats.” The Papered Chef was excellent at explaining the directions (I have 4 pages of notes!) and the dry erase board with the dimensions on it was a great idea.

    She did not go on and on and on about “how adorable this set is” and “how precious this set is.” I SERIOUSLY appreciated that. If I start watching a tutorial where the Demonstrator talks more about how “cute the set is” than the directions for using the set, I will turn it off and find another one. I can’t stand that! We already know how adorable the set is because we are watching you, right? So clearly we have already seen the set, like the set, and are looking for more information. We don’t need to be told how cute it is 32 times! I’m sorry. That just irritates me and the Papered Chef did NOT do that. VERY much appreciated !!

    • PaperedChef says:

      Cyndi, I really appreciate your comment. I always like to jump right into the content and not waste my viewers time. I love to share my “adorable” projects but I try to always save that until after I teach you how to make them. That way, my viewers have the tutorial and if you all want to stick around for more inspiration, that is great.

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