Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Sweet Tart Holders

So I was going to make a couple of Yellow Angry Birds that you've seen on this post for my 2 sons, but my older son wants his classmates to have them too.

I don't mind making them, but I had to simplify them a little bit. They turn out good and even my husband ends up grabbing a few to give away.  Don't they look like a flock of Angry Birds demanding for Love? :)

So I got rid of the tail, the eye-liners, and stamped heart. I think the red glimmer paper for the hearts is better! 

Edit for Update:  Since I got a lot of requests on how to make this Angry Bird.  So Here it is.  Start with 6" x 3" of Daffodil Delight and score @ 3" on the long side and follow the video from Angie Juda's Triangle Box.

2-1/2" Circle Punch = body (white).
1/2" Circle and Cupcake Builder Punches = eyes (White/Black CS)
Small Oval Punch (new version)  = bottom part of the beak (More Mustard)
Hand cut eyebrows (Cajun Craze) diagonally (not exactly from corner to corner) after cut the piece into 5/8" x 1/4"
Hand cut upper part of the beak (More Mustard) at corner of CS
Small Heart (red glimmer paper)
Black Satin Ribbon = head feather

My 4-year old doesn't want to give his friends the Angry Birds (Whew!). I simplify this Sweet Tart Holder even more. No ribbon and no stamping inside.  I just add Velcro inside.  It's for 4 year old toddlers! :)

Edit for Update:  This Sweet Tart bag holder is cut at 8-1/2" x 4".  Score at 2-3/4" and 3-7/8" on the long side.  Cut diagonally as shown above for inside opening.

Have a great Valentines!



  1. I love your angry birds! Do you have a tutorial for them?

  2. My grandchildren absolutely love the angry birds. Do you have a tutorial for them? If so, I would appreciate it.
    My email is: nancyjoboudreaux@yahoo.com


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