Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Hershey Nugget Rocking FROSTY

Lisa Lara here with you today,
 sharing how to make a Rocking Hershey Nugget Frosty!
I hope you enjoyed your holidays.   
Can't you just see him in your kids' lunch, 
Party favors, gift for co-workers or place settings to spice up an ordinary meal.
And oh what a cute Valentine this would make. 
First make the wrap for the Hershey Nugget.
 Cut a piece of patterned paper 1 1/8 x 3 1/2.  Put a piece tape on the inside of each end .  Then wrap around candy, flat end up (that is how they rock, on the round end).  (You want your seem to be at the end of the chocolate on top, flat).
Stamp one Frosty on white cardstock,
his scarf and nose on pattern paper using  Frosty Stamp and Die Collection.
I used the Frosty Die from the same set to cut him out,
the stamped one and another blank one for the back.

 I traced along the inside of his shape and the outside of the scarf with a light gray marker.
Then I went over with a blender pen for his shadows.  Next just adhere the nose and scarf. I popped up the bow of the scarf.
 Here I took 2 small paper clips and pulled them apart at a 90 degree angle.
The small ends will be on the candy the others adhered to the body.
 I added dimensional tape around the clips for dimension. 
I adhered the two bodies together with the paper clip feet in between. 
Then I used a strong glue like Dimensional Glaze to adhere his feet to the nugget.  Now you can leave him as is or embellish more using the dies. 
Here is the back!
I stamped a sentiment on the back from the Frosty Stamp Set.

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Heather said...

That is so stinking cute!!!!

~amy~ said...

Now how cute is this?! Love it Lisa!

Loll said...

Adorable Lisa!

Cathy P said...

How adorable and creative, Lisa!! Love that little guy!!

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Cathy said...

Love love love it!!!

Shelly said...

This is way too CUTE! Love it!

Rosemary said...

OMG... how cute, lisa!! what a fabulous idea!!

Barb Turpin said...

What an adorable idea with the paper clips! Too cute!

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Lisa, what an absolutely adorable "rocker" snowman! Oh, my, he's a cutie, and I LOVE your paper-piecing! What a great idea for so many occasions! Oh, sweet friend, you really do ROCK! Thanks for the great tutorial! Warm hugs!

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Monika/Buzsy said...

Oh, this is so cute! Will have to remember for next year...

Lola said...

OMG what an adorable project! Going on my PIN board!