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Treat cones

Treat anyone? This banner that spells out treat has been toted around since August and is starting to show its age. Having been left out in 100 degree heat more than once it is still holding together but has a few bangs and bruises. 

Each cone uses 2 petal cone dies, cutting off one section of one. I ran each of them through five different embossing folders, it only catches parts of the cones which actually looks cooler. Lots of sticky strip and lots of sponging and lots of the new glitter glue around the scallop edges.

I would make one of these again, but design the candy cello tube pendelum much differently. As you can see, with all the tossing around one of the bags is beyond repair. I could replace it but I am not even sure I am going to save this thing for next year. Not really sure what to do with it at all.

See above for close ups. I wanted the close ups below but had trouble getting the syntax to allow that.

Believe it or not this project was far more difficult and time consuming than the next project I am going to post. By a factor of 4!



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