For today’s “Tutorial from the Archive” in the Weekly Inkling I picked the Pull Treat Tutorial. It’s a great project to give away small treats on Valentine’s Day.

I stamped Pure Innocence‘s Bunch of Blossoms in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Neenah Natural White cardstock and cut and embossed it with Petite Oval Nestabilities. I stamped the girl again on October Afternoon Thrift Store paper, cut out the dress and shaded it with Copic Markers (E74, E77).

The rest of the girl was also colored with Copic Markers (Shoes: E74, E77, Ground: E70, E71, E73, E74, Flowers: R32, R35, Hair: YR31, Y26, E97, Butterfly: YR31, R32, R35) and the oval was airbrushed with Copic Marker B91. The dress was paper pieced over the colored image.  Stardust Stickles was added over the butterfly for some extra sparkle.

The Treat pouch base was created out of a 6″ x7″ piece of October Afternoon’s Daydream Paper, the Belly Band is the same paper (other side) measuring 2 1/2″ x 6″. May Arts Crochet Lace was wrapped around the bottom edge of the Belly Band.

The image was layered on a piece of Neenah Canyon Brown cardstock and adhered to the pouch with dimensionals. The hole for the ribbon was punched with Stampin’ Up!’s ribbon slot punch. The ribbon is Brown Organdy ribbon by May Arts. The bow was aged by heating it with my heat gun.

The sentiment is from the same stamp set. It was stamped on a tag cut with retired Spellbinder tag and airbrushed with Copic Marker YR31. A Recollection flower was colored with Copic Marker R32 and layered on top of a Prima Flower before both were attached over the tag. Recollection Rhinestone swirls finish off the Pull Treat.

Pull Treat Video Tutorial:

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Paper Piecing Video Tutorial:

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

17 Responses to “Video Tutorial on SCS – Pull Treats”

  1. so cute … haven’t made one of these in years but a perfect little treat for valentine’s day! :)

  2. this is the sweetest pull treat I’ve seen! Been awhile since I’ve made one of these and it’s such an easy dress up goodie to make!

  3. Beate, this is so adorable and what a fabulous tutorial! I’ve been meaning to make one of these and now I’m inspired to get it done!

  4. This is so adorable! What a sweet little treat!

  5. Beate – this is the sweetest treat I have seen yet…thanks again for the tutorials…

    xo
    tina

  6. oh, so pretty!! you’ve got it girl!! xoxoxo

  7. [...] Oh my word, do I ever love when Beate inks up her PI’s.  What a beautiful project, featuring one of her outstanding tutorials.  Be sure to click on over to see her Pull Treat tutorial using Pure Innocence: A Bunch of Blossoms. clipped from beate.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com [...]

  8. Thanks so much for the treat cover tutorial. I admire all of the colored images on your projects. I haven’t ever tried to paper piece more than one or two pcs of an image, but it is so darn cute to do even more, I will now try it! :)

  9. awww…. this is sooooo sweet! love the beautiful colors! off to watch the video!

  10. This is darling Beate! Wonderfully colored with such pretty details! Thank you for the tutorial!

  11. that slider pull is just too cute, thanks for showing how to do it!

  12. This is so adorable, Beate! LOVE it!

  13. So flippin’ cute! Love the treat box! I haven’t made one in ages so I am glad you did a video!!! TFS!

  14. Sooo cute, Beate!! I need to try one of these. Thanks!!

  15. i ADORE your sweet image, and what a fun treat holder! i can’t wait to make some of these they’re just perfect for all the teachers for a little valentine! thanks for all your constant & amazing inspo- we LOVE LOVE ya!! :)

  16. that is fun, thanks Beate!
    Sandra ltb

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