Updated: Mar 17, 2022
Chocolate coin holder that is perfect for any St. Patty's Day celebration! We’re also channeling everything GREEN because we’re celebrate St. Patty’s Day over on our Instagram. Make sure to follow us over there so you don’t miss out on all of the shenanigans!
To make this candy holder, we started my scoring the Party Pattern Designer Series Paper. After scoring, die cut a window out of the DSP with the Stitched So Sweetly Dies and placed a window sheet behind it. We placed tear and tape in strategic places to hold the container together (follow along with the video below for directions). Don't forget to round your corners of the top of the bag with the Detailed Trio Punch. Next, we placed the edge of the Basic Black Cardstock in the one side of the Elegant Tag Punch to create the black pot. Next, we punched the Gold Foil Paper with the Cloud Punch to create the piles of coins in the pot. We then die cut a rainbow out of the Rainbow Glimmer Paper using the Brilliant Rainbow dies and adhered them behind the pot of gold. The final steps are to stamp a sentiment on Basic White Cardstock, die cut out, add rhinestones, and adhere a bow at the top!
Full directions can be found in our video below.
Pattern Party Designer Series Paper
6-1/2" x 8-1/2"
Score on long side at 1", 4", 5", and 8"
Score on short side at 1" and 5-1/2"
Basic White Cardstock
Scrap for die cut/sentiment
Basic Black Cardstock
1-3/4" x 3-3/4" (pot)
Gold Foil Paper
Scrap for punch (coils in pot)
Rainbow Glimmer Paper
Scrap for die cuts (rainbow)