Diaper Fold Treat Pouch

Good morning!  We had our first Club Class (Group #1) last night and it was really great!  This is one of the projects we made.  It is SO SO EASY………and you can find the tutorial HERE on Split Coast Stampers.  We actually used a different DSP in the class, but this was one of my samples for the group.  I made this using an 8×8 piece of paper.  You can make them smaller or larger……..any size, as long as it is a square.   I had some extra Ghirardelli chocolate sitting around and it fits perfectly into this size.  Now some of you are wondering why I could possibly let a Ghirardelli chocolate sit around!  Why would it not be long gone — devoured or inhaled???  Well, I really don’t like chocolate too much.  Now some of you know something new about me!   So what is my favorite dessert if I don’t like chocolate???  Well………I like anything with fruit.  Cobblers, pies, “dump cake”, cherry anything!  I am also fond of pound cake, sweet breads, muffins…….you know, the ones that I really don’t need to eat.  So, now you know the rest of the story! 

Back to stamping….the flower on the front of the pouch was made with our Pretties Kit, Boho Blossoms Punch, 5 Petal Flower Punch, Aqua Painter, and Riding Hood Red Stamp Pad.  I used ink from my stamp pad (I was being lazy and did’nt want to dig out my re-inker!) and an Aqua Painter to add color to the silk flower.  Let it dry thoroughly, then assemble the flower with glue dots.  The Kiwi Kiss petals are made by cutting up the 5 petal flower punch to make it look like leaves.

That’s all for now!  I have another busy day.  We “kick off” the Fall Semester for all our church activities tonight.  I am Co-Directing the GA (Girls in Action) program again this year, so it will be a busy evening!  Have a super day and I hope you enjoy trying to create your own “diaper pouch”.


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  1. Hey! The link to for the diaper fold pouch did not work. I have the paper that I won at your appreciation party and I would like to use it for this. Can you get me the directions or tell me how to find it on split coast stampers?
    See you tonight!

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