3d · Ferrero Friday

Ferrero Friday #14 Double Slider Favour



So here is a lovely table favour for you, which when you pull the tab Has a Ferrero at one end and a sentiment or decoration at the other end .



card Mint macaron, thick whisper White, Whisper White

DSP Love and affection

Stamp set Love and Affection, Thankful Thoughts

Incolour markers

Tag Topper Punch



Card for outer (7 x 21 cm)  Score at .5; 5,; 10; 14; 16; 20

At the end with the longer piece use a square 1inch punch to punch out a notch on both sides.

Cut a strip of plastic from a plastic wallet 1.4 x 20cm

Use sticky strip on one end and glue around channel in base of tunnel (not too tightly – needs to be able to move

White card 6.5 x 4 cm, corner round 2 corners

Stamp sentiment towards left hand edge

Whisper white thick card 5 x 9cm, Punch one end using the tag topper punch

Attach stamped card face down with small piece of tape – just to the plastic runner

On the top section attach a piece of tape to the left side and glue the tag topper punched part

Glue tunnel in place with small tab under the tag topper but on top of the base

DSP for decoration

Glue with Tombow to the outside of tunnel, then fold under and overlap underneath base

8 thoughts on “Ferrero Friday #14 Double Slider Favour

  1. This is lovely! I would like to make some but I’m in USA and work in inches. If you are able to work this out in inches for us Americans I would like them please. Thanks for all your great video tutorials. I Made your flowers with the Ferraro in it to take to the girls at the doctors office. They loved it.. Even the doc took one for his wife (told him it was brownie points for him….. Flowers and chocolate in one for his wife lol)

  2. So glad you are enjoying, I will have a look at imperial measurements as soon as I can. I’m currently on a yacht in the Greek islands, so can’t access my stampin up stash!

  3. Heidi this is amazing. I watched your video twice then just had to make one up as a practice before I break out the matching CS & DSP. It was so easy to make, your video tutorial was super easy to follow. Can’t wait to make these up for gifts for friends when we next meet for coffee. Thanks for sharing. Cheers Donna 🙂

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