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More inspiration from the {ippity} release!  What a fun, quick project this was.  I wrapped a Cadbury Fruit and Nut bar with designer paper, adhered with glue, and then crimped the ends down to meet the bar.  Easy peasy...and this is such a fun way to decorate treats for a party, etc...so that they all match.

This is also in celebration of my friend, Ginny's birthday.  I'm not sure her age, but SHE'S OLDER THAN ME and that's all that matters!

This SWEET peak is another Ippity Itty Bitty that will be available on Thursday evening 7 PM!

Oliver did so well in agility.  I don't have any pictures but he was the only little obedient dog.  He was really the only little dog there.  He is so stinking cute when he's sitting there waiting.

Especially when I have Puperoni and boiled chicken in my hand as rewards.  He knows exactly what's going on when I hold that stuff.



Here's his look up at me when I was holding a new weepy little Layla in my lap!  So sweet.  He wasn't jealous, but did want to make sure that I played with him while holding her (see his flea...he likes me to throw it or run with it while he chases me.)

And here's Layla helping me stay on top of things during the release party.


Those are some ears, eh?  She's a sweety...just needs time to adjust to her new home.


Comments

Jingle said…
Super cute project and adorable pups!
Linda said…
That card super cool.
Crystal said…
Adorable gift wrapping!
Ruby said…
Great idea. Thanks for the inspiration.
Joy said…
How Cute! Thanks for sharing:)
Me thinks there is something quite yummy under that beautiful wrapping!
JenMarie said…
CUTE! And cute puppies as well!
Danielle May said…
Such a fabulous way to dress up a chocolate bar....the downside is that you have to destroy the wrapping to eat it and it takes longer to break into the chocolate.....lol. Your puppies are just adorable, such sweet faces.
JPScraps said…
Sweet way to dress up a candy bar (love Cadbury) The pups are so cute.
Roslyn said…
What a great way to dress up a treat and add to party decor!

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