On my first card, I used the round and flat toppings to create border embellishments. I first stamped the candy cane cones in pink, purple and blue. I applied patches of Sheer Glue over each then adhered the three swirls of fibers. (You can find refill fibers in original colors, as well as two additional sets in Sorbet and Pastel HERE. So cool to have additional choices!)
After adhering a thin strip of gray patterned paper (from the Candy Land paper pad), I adhered the sentiment which is popped up on foam squares. Then to each side of the sentiment I adhered a thin strip of super sticky double-sided tape. Using my Kwik-Stick (or any other tacky ended tool will work), I applied each bead, pushing down into the tape to secure.
I applied a scalloped strip beneath the main panel then adhered a flat white “candy” between each scoop.
Next, I used two of the candy jar dies to create a candy dish.
I used the base of the round jar and the lid of the square jar, turned upside down, to create the bowl.
I placed foam squares beneath the bowl which created room for the candies to pile and fit just beneath the edge. I applied Sheer Glue then randomly dropped the flat pink, white and purple toppings, making sure some overlapped, adding glue as needed. Before the glue dried, I then dropped the white bead toppings over the flat candies. Once the glue dried, the “candies” were held firmly in place. (It kind of looks like a bowl of Dippin’ Dots ice cream.)
If you have used the toppings or dies in creative ways, please link below. I’d love to see! Thanks for visiting today!
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