Chiaki Haverstick

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Santa Ana, CA

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Posts Tagged ‘treat holder’

Happy Valentine’s Day!!-Mailbox Treats

Used a tutorial by Hellen Griffin form the UK  to make the cute mailbox on the right perfect for 2 Ferraro Rocher chocolates!  I then Modified the instructions a bit to make a larger one on the left.  Both are made using just a 1/2 sheet of the Sending Love DSP.

Valentine treat holders (2017)

A couple more Valentine treatholders using the Sending Love DSP…

Here comes the Easter Bunny!

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I love the ease of punching out the bunny face and ears for these treatholders…

Friends & Flowers and Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp sets; Basic Black Archival inkpad; Pink Pirouette marker; Festive Flower Builder, 1-3/8" Circle and Word Window punches; Bold Brights Color Collections paper; Cucumber Crush 1" Dotted Lace Trim.

I used a 6" square piece of DSP.  Scored at 2-1/2" and 3-1/2" along one side and 1" and 5" along the perpendicular side.  Video on how to make the bag by Caroline can be found on YouTube here:


Bunny Hutch Easter Treatholder


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Isn't this just adorable?!!  A great way to give a little Easter treat.  This bunny hutch holds the mini Lindt chocolate bunny perfectly.  I CASEd this idea but can't recall the original designer's name.  

Hardwood stamp set; Crumb Cake, Strawberry Slush and Pistacho Pudding cardstocks;  Scallop edge, Bird Builder and Itty Bitty Accents punches; Window Frames Framelits; Fringe Scissors;  Pearls basic jewels (colored with blendabilities but you can use sharpies as well).

Curvy Keepsake #1: Fall

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Fall/Thanksgiving versions of the box featuring one of my favorite new frameltis.



Holiday Boutique #10: Via Instant Coffee Pouches

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I made these using the retired Petite Pocket die and other retired products.  A perfect size for holding the Starbucks Via instant drinks or other tasty treats!

Current products:  Real Red and Early Espresso cardstocks; Warmth & Wonder, Best of Christmas and Very Merry Christmas stamp sets; Extra Large Oval, Christmas Ornament and Decorative Label punches, Labels Collection Framelits.

Happy Fourth!!

7-2-13 Samples-8433My downline (Karen A) made 60 of these for our local Ronald McDonald House.

You can find the tutorial at