I did make this a simple gift, but I think it looks like a nice little gift. I filled my tin with 8 tiny Kit Kat Bars and then I cut a two inch wide strip of paper to wrap around the tin. The nice thing about that is the paper will slide off so the tin can be re-used :)
You may notice that the holly matched the candy -- to be honest, that did not even register with me until I edited the pictures! I just cut the holly because I wanted to make the twine berries :) I did add some glittery accents to the edges and middle of the leaves, but I don't think that shows very well in the pictures.
To make the berries, I put down some glossy accents and wound my Holly Berry Twine into a swirl. I love how it looks! I added the tag, stamped with Merry Christmas and then two of the flat sequins from the Holly Berry Sequin Mix.
These Candy Tins are so fun and such a great price. Be sure to go grab a few over at Annie's Paper Boutique for your last minute gifts!
Have a great day!
This is fabulous Helen. I love the way you made the berries! GREAT job! Have a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
This is so DARN CUTE Helen! LOVE the use of the twine as the berries! Very creative! :)ReplyDelete
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Adorable project! Love the way you created those twine berries! Such a fun and festive treat!ReplyDelete
What a super adorable gift Helen! Love how you did those twine berries!ReplyDelete
Super cute tin Helen!! Love the details and those adorable berries! :)ReplyDelete
What a great way to use the Trendy Twine! I love that you used holly to decorate the tin and there is also holly on the candies :)ReplyDelete
I love it Helen! Your gorgeous little berries inspired me so much I just had to try :) You'll see on my project coming soon :)ReplyDelete