Click here for the free detailed directions and watch the video below.
(The focus is still off on my camera! I did film this one on the same day as the last one that was out of focus a lot. I’ll try cleaning my lens and sensor before filming next time.)
I understand Poppers, also known as Crackers, are a tradition in the UK, . They are slowly finding their way to the U.S. Traditionally they have a paper crown, a small gift, a joke, and perhaps a bit of candy. Sometimes they have a strip of cardboard inside, two pieces actually, connected with bit of gun powder. When you pull the ends of the box or tube, they pop. I didn’t put the strip in my Poppers, but I did put in a paper crown. For my teenage grandchildren, I also put some cash with the candy and crown for their Christmas present.
I know this video is posting after Christmas and the paper is probably gone. The Perfectly Plaid Bundle special will be gone by the end of today. The stamp set, punch, and even the Star Designer Elements are carrying over and the inks and ribbon are from the annual catalog. So change out the paper and everything else will be available.
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If you are using the popper strips, glue the strips to the end sections of the paper after you score, but before you glue the sides together.
And have a very happy New Year! May this year bring you all you need and the health to enjoy it.
The new January – June 2020 Catalog and Sale-a-Bration start tomorrow. I’ll be posting a link to view the catalogs and all my usual labels and case inserts tomorrow. If you are sharing my Evernote notebook, the new notes should start to synchronize as soon as you open Evernote. Find out more about my Evernote notes here.
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