Special Saturday Share - Candy Nuggets Easter Crosses (Free Tutorial!)





Good Afternoon Everyone! My Special Saturday Share are these Candy Nuggets Easter Crosses created with the Stampin' Up! Grapefruit Grove card stock, Bitty Blooms Punch Pack, and Sprig Punch. They were cased from Birgit Seidler, however, I did change a few details for an alternative look. Not only were they Quick and Easy, but also they make a perfect Confirmation gift as well. Look below for the Free Tutorial!

Candy Nugget Crosses Measurements:
Grapefruit Grove Card Stock: 8" x 1" (2 pieces Scored at 1", 2", 3", 4", 5", and 7")
Candy Nugget Wrappers: 1" x 3"

Paper: Grapefruit Grove, Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White, Gingham Gala 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Bitty Blooms Punch Pack, Sprig Punch, Whisper White 1/8" Sheer Ribbon, Candy Nuggets

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Candy Nuggets Easter Crosses Tutorial



1. You will need 2 pieces of Grapefruit Grove Card Stock 8” x 1" .



2. Score both pieces at 1", 2", 3", 4", 5", and 7".



3. Fold on all the Score Lines and make both pieces mirror each other like this.



4. Used Adhesive to attach the Tops and Bottoms of both pieces. 



5. Use Adhesive to attach the Top Sides to the middle of the Cross. I found hot glue to be more effective because of the humidity in my area.



6. Now pinch the sides of the Cross to the middle and use Adhesive to hold them in place. Again hot glue was effective for me.



7. Use the Bitty Blooms Punch Pack and Sprig Punch to create the Cross Flower.



8. Add a Whisper White Ribbon Bow to the Center of the Cross and attach the flower.



9. Wrap a Candy Nugget with Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper and insert it to the middle of the Cross.





Happy Stamping!



4 comments

  1. Love these and thanks so much for the English assist! :-)

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    1. You're Welcome! They are so easy to make!

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  2. Just found these! I cannot wait to make some. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  3. I. made some earlier in the week and thinking about doing some for next Easter's Sage luncheon if the coordinator likes the idea. Thanks, again

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