Frog fun today! I have two videos below, the 1st video has tips on cutting and assembling the Petite Treat Framelits Dies, and the 2nd video shows how to decorate your Petite Treat box to look like a frog. So fun!
Here is a peek at the cute greeting on the backside of the frog using the Treat Time stamp set and the matching frame die that comes in the Petite Treat Framelits Dies.
The Petite Treat Framelits Dies are available two ways. You can purchase just the set of framelits or as a bundle with the Treat Time stamp set of versatile greetings (when you buy the two items as a bundle you save 10%). All of the greetings fit inside the square label frame die. This bundle can be used so many ways when you change up the greeting or use one of the three different tops for the box (the die has interlocking pieces that can be changed out to do the different tops).
To decorate my frog I used several punches and dies. You can see the list of supplies below or watch the video to see which ones I used. The Fox Builder Punch was crucial in building my frog legs, feet, and arms!
This video gives you tips on how to cut and assemble the Petite Treat box.
This video shows you have to decorate your box into a frog!
The Tropical Escape Designer Series Paper that I used for this project is one of the papers on SALE this month for a buy three get one free deal! Several of the patterns in that pack of paper work great for these frogs!
Of course, we have to have a delicious treat inside! I went with Andes Creme De Menthe chocolates (one of my favorites) because the green package matched my project so well! I did not put any adhesive at the bottom of the treat holder and used a Gold Library Clip to keep the treat holder closed.
And this US flag!
Or click on this photo to learn how to make these cute birds. Thank you for stopping by today! Be sure and check out the designer paper sale here!
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