If your looking for a quick valentine treat to put together at last minute, you've come to the right place! I was able to make enough for my son's classmates in just an evening; and I think they turned out super cute! Plus I love the idea of not giving a sweet treat, especially in a school setting :)
Stamp sets: none
Cardstock: Baja Breeze (retired), Whisper White, Old Olive
Ink: Midnight Muse
Accessories: Circle Framelits, Adorning Accents Edgelits, Modern Label punch, sponges, Whisper White Baker's Twine, Crop-a-dile, Multi-Purpose liquid glue, clear snack bags
I began by cutting the base of the fish bowl using Whisper White cardstock and the 5th circle in the Circle Framelits die. I then repeated the process using Baja Breeze cardstock (I'm trying to use up a few of my discontinued papers but Marina Mist would have worked well too). After cutting all the necessary circles I positioned the scalloped edgelit from the Adorning Accents set approximately 1/3 of the way down each of the Baja Breeze circles and ran that through the Big Shot. To give each bowl of water a little depth, I sponged the edges with Midnight Muse before adhering it to the white circles with Multi purpose glue. To finish each fish bowl I punched one Modern Label from Whisper White cardstock and glued it to the top of the bowl.
To complete each Valentine, slip the fishbowl inside a clear snack bag, add a few Goldfish crackers, a label printed in My Digital Studio, then tie the top with a length of Baker's Twine.
I hope you liked this quick and simple project! Until next time...