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,