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Making these was child's play...

...and here is the child to prove it!   My wonderful assistant here is showing off the pencil toppers she made at the Kid's Workshop I wrote about in the previous post.   They are simply scalloped circles of cardstock punched out with the must-have Stampin' Up! scalloped circle punch, with a contrasting circle punched with the 1 5/8 inch circle punch and a circle which the children stamped then punched out with the  1 1/4 circle punch, attached with a glue dot to the pencil.

I don't have a copy of the card we made (yet) but here is the triangle box as demonstrated by my assistant:  

it is simply half of an A4 page of cardstock (stamped any way you like), 
scored at the half-way mark then scored to form a diamond or kite shape.  
Fold it together, 
punch some holes, thread through ribbon 

and you are done!  

A big thank you to my lovely assistant!