Each quarter I hold a Bingo Event at my home. Super fun night of games, prizes, crafts and a TON of laughs! I try to make the event different then my “normal” classes. Each guests receives a goodie bag with their supplies for the crafts. I make a thank you gift for attending as well. The T-shirt chocolate nugget favor, caught my eye when another demo, Brenda, posted hers. I was short on time (like always!) and in 45 minutes I completed 14 of them! Relatively easy, however, extremely adorable! I took out my T-shirt builder framelits and using my Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack, created tiny shirts! I placed a glimmer heart for some bling. We all love chocolate and with limited time, perfect favor to create. They were a hit with my guests as they arrived and sat down. Think of all the different T-shirts you could create. Look at the Custom Tee Bundle – a lot of T-shirts/uniforms can be created!
The Event, requires time to set up but it always worth it! There were several winners, some won multiply times but everyone throughly enjoyed themselves. They all go home with extra supplies and unique crafts to show off to friends!
Interested in learning how to make the T-shirt treat favor? I should of taken pictures!!!! I was short on time, which makes me sad I don’t have to include. I will try to add pictures to this post at a later date! But here are directions….any questions, please ask!
- cut Designer Series Paper 5 1/4″ x 2 1/8″
- score with the 5 1/4″ along the top at 2 1/8″, 2 5/8″ and 3 1/8″
- fold paper in half using the 2 5/8″ score line
- place paper on big shot platform and then place t-shirt framelit with the top of the shirt up where the paper “opens”
- when you run the framelit through the big shot, you DO NOT want to cut the whole thing out. You need the paper attached at the bottom. SO…you will run the framelit through about 2/3 of the way leaving the bottom uncut
- cut on an angle the bottom of the t-shirt
- using tear tape, put on the bottom of your chocolate nugget, you will use the other score lines to fit around the nugget. The previous score line (2 5/8″) should be flat along the bottom
- trim the excess paper on the sides
- using liquid glue, glue the neckline (top of the shirt) together
- punch out hearts (in this case) and attach with dimensionals
I hope you enjoyed seeing what I do for my Bingo Events. Maybe you can join in on the next one!
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