Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters

Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters

Who doesn’t love Ghirardelli Chocolate…and Mickey Mouse!  I love giving little gifts of chocolate, just a small treat for a special event.

This is a little gift holder I made that’s the perfect size for a Ghirardelli square, made using the Say Cheese paper pack.

Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters

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Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder

I started with a piece of designer paper from the Say Cheese III paper set, 3-1/4″ x 9-3/4″, scored at 3-1-4″ and 6-1/2″ using a Scor-Pal Scoring Board
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
Score the right outside square corner to corner as shown.  Flip your paper and repeat on the other side.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
Fold along the score lines.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
Adhere the triangles together.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
Run adhesive along the bottom and fold in the right side.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
It’s ready for chocolate!
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters

For the band cut a piece of designer paper 1″ x 8″, score at 2″ and 5-1/2″.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
Next I shaded the edges with my ColorBox Chalk Queue Ink Pad.
I folded the band and glued it.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters

For the 3 different decorations:

For the first one I punched out 3 circles from black cardstock, two with my EK tools Circle Punch, 1-Inch and one with my EK Tools Circle Punch, 2-Inch.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
Glue the two small circles to the large one forming your Mickey head.
Punch a white circle 1″ and stamp with BoBunny Icons thumbs up stamp.
Glue to the front, tie a bow and glue that on.  Adhere to the front of the band and its ready to give.
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For the next band I used the Shaped Shaker Kit.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
I took the hand foam piece.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
I cut out a white background and adhered to the back and filled with tiny bubbles.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters
I adhered the clear plastic piece over the top, and using the die included in the kit cut out a black frame from cardstock, and adhered this to the front.  I attached it to the band and it’s ready to go!
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters

And for the last band I used the Mickey head from the kit.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters

Ghirardelli Chocolate Gift Holder- 2 Crafty Little Sisters

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