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{SNR} Lost Coast Designs Tutorial

Last weekend we had our MFG In the Spotlight and it was Lost Coast Designs at Scrapbook News and Review

I did a class and created a Halloween Treat Tote :)

Halloween Treat Tote
By Lucy Chesna

Supplies:
1 sheet 8 ½ x 11 black cardstock
1 piece 5/8 x 11 black cardstock
1 piece 2 x 6 pattern paper
1 piece 1 x 6 coordinating strip of paper
4 mini brads
favorite background stamp- I used Lost Coast Chickenwire Background www.lost-coast-designs.com/backgrounds.html
strong adhesive
hole punching tool
Inking pad (optional)
white embossing power
embossing stamp pad
heating gun

Instructions:
Make the Box
1.Take your black cardstock and with the 8 ½ side at top score paper 1 ¼ from each side
2.With 11” side at top score paper 4 ½ from each side
3.Cut short score lines


Embossing the Box
1.Take the embossing stamp pad and press firmly onto the stamp
2.Start stamping at the edge all the way to end on one side of the box
•You can do both sides if you like
•You need to overlap the stamp so there is no lines on it
3.Add your white embossing powder onto the embossed stamped image, Remove excess powder and use your heating gun to make the embossing powder form
4.Let it cool then you can repeat step 2 and 3 on the strip of black cardstock that will be the handle of the tote





Assembly of the box
1.Fold and adhere with your adhesive the box
2.For the handle, attach to the sides by punching two holes on each side; attach brads to secure
3.Embellish box with the two pattern papers as shown ( 2 x 6 and 1 x 6) and adhere them on the top part of the box; add your saying or any other embellish as desired



Here is the Finished Tote


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© Lucy Chesna Designs

10 comments:

TanishaRenee said...

super cute Lucy!

Nicole said...

FAB Tutorial, Lucy!!! :D

LisaM said...

Great tutorial and fun tote!

Bev said...

these treat totes are so cute... my boys however would have needed one the size of a garbage bag...HA HA great idea

Alecia Castro said...

This is SO COOL Lucy, you are one talented lady!!

Rose S said...

How cool are these bags. TFS!

LoisB said...

Gee, I want one for me!

karen In Houston said...

I love this, great tutorial ....

Scarlett said...

I adored this tote when I saw it on SNR!!!! Thanks for the cool idea!! I think I may make some for Christmas treat totes for the teachers I coach at work!

GinniG said...

Super super cute project Lucy! Awesome as always!!!