Friday, 25 October 2013
Breast Cancer Fundraiser Time......
Yep, it's that time of year again, Breast Cancer Aware Month!
Are you aware? Regular checks save lives, so get checked today!
My friend Jayne hosts a Breast Cancer Fundraiser every October and for the last few years I have been making little treats and taking them along to help raise some money. Regular readers of my blog will have seen the treats I made last year - if you missed them, click here to see that post :)
This year I made a whole heap of different things for the ladies to choose from - a couple of my class ladies really liked the works in progress, so I hope Jayne's ladies like them too!!
This is made with Strawberry Slush cardstock and retired DSP. It holds a wrapped tea bag, and I found some pink teabags to match the holder - so cute!
This little holder holds 2 snack sized chocolate bars and is made with retired Pretty in Pink cardstock and retired DSP. The template can be found here - very quick and easy, I changed the measurements to suit my treat.
These gorgeous little cello tubes I saw on Inking Idaho - Becky Roberts is one of my absolute favourite US demos. I just love the roses!!
I used retired cardstock and DSP for this test tube holder, and I found the template here. I found the pink MMs at my local Coles.
Again I used retired Pretty in Pink cardstock and I found the template for this little box here. Inside are two Ferrero Rocher chocolates.
I just love these little holders - I have put a single wrapped Tim Tam in there, but it also fits 3 Ferrero Rocher chocolates too.
And here they all are, ready to head off to the fundraiser!!
Are you interested in coming along to a class and learning how to make any of these little treats (in current colours)? Contact me to book a time and date!!
Until next time,
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