- Inkjet Magnet Sheet, Mirage Technologies
- Spellbinders Scallop Circle Die
- 1-3/4 inch punch
- Sweet treat cups, Stampin Up
- Glass microbeads, Gary Burlin
- River Linen paper, Red River Paper
- Ribbon, Prima roses
- Pink and green ink
The first step is to create the image you want in a circle shape in Photoshop. A picture of my daughter was placed on green paper from Vintage Girl and over-layed with the heart shape from Brushed 2. The circle was made about 1-3/4 inches wide so that it fit the circumference of the treat cup.
A little scene using Easter Hop was also done. Both images were printed directly on the glossy side of the inkjet magnet sheet . The images were cut out along the circles edge and attached to the bottom of the treat cup.
*NOTE – This is where you would add the shaker element to the cup. I tried it on this image but it obscured the picture too much (I didn’t want to cover up too much of my sweetie’s face) so I left it out of this one but you will see that it was added to the bunny magnet.
These are the little treat cups, they have an adhesive on the bottom so that they can be readily attached to whatever is being made.
The spellbinders dies were used to create a scallop edged trim to go around the image. A large circle was used for the floral paper and a slightly smaller die was used for the inner solid color.
Once cut, the shape was flipped and a circle was punched to used as a guide so that the hole would be centered properly. The scallop shape was then removed from the die and the punch was used to cut the circle.The edges were sponged with either pink or green ink. Dimensionals were added to the smaller piece then placed on top of the larger one.
This was then attached around the treat cup/picture.
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