And, it opens from the top (yes, the top) to hold chocolate! I just thought this was really cool so I decided to share it with you!
I'm going to give you step by step directions so you can order your supplies through my store--just hit the Shop Now button (at the right side) or click on one of the item images below. Remember to use this month's Hostess code (QU4X4PVU) and you'll receive $5 in Stampin'Up! product from me as a gift for each $50 of product that you purchase.
Here we go:
1. Cut Wild Wasabi cardstock 4 1/4 X 11 (you'll get 2 hats per sheet of cardstock); score the long side at 5 1/2. Mark both short sides at 2 1/8" from the edge of the long side. Score from the 2 1/8" mark to the edge of the 5 1/2 mid-score line. Do this on all 4 sides
4. Cut Wild Wasabi 1 X 5 1/2; apply 3 dimensionals to the back of this hat brim and adhere to the bottom of the hat base; using Paper Snips cut an angle from about 1/4" to the top edge of the brim.
5. Cut red/green plaid designer paper (Christmas Around the World) 1 X 3 1/2. Glue this to the hat base slipping the bottom edge slightly under the brim using multipurpose liquid glue. Trim the paper close to the sides of the hat.
6. Cut 1 1/2 X 1 1/2 red glimmer paper; using the 7/8" square framelit (Layering Square framelits) cut out the center of the square. This is the hat buckle--adhere this to the hat using dimensionals
7. Stamp Merry Christmas (Teeny Tiny Wishes) in Garden Green ink on Very Vanilla cardstock; punch out using the Classic Label punch (Item # 141491). Adhere to buckle with mini dimensionals.
8. Cut 2 pine sprigs from Garden Green cardstock (Pretty Pine thinlets) and adhere under buckle with glue dots. Cut berry sprig (Pretty Pines thinlets) from gold glimmer paper and adhere over pine sprigs with a glue dot.
Your hat is complete! (Really? You didn't know elve's wore hats on their heads? I find that fascinating.)
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