Happy Friday everybody! Is it just me or did this week just fly by? Well it sure seemed to for me, but then again I was super busy. I wasn't feeling to well yesterday but I mentioned I was making little treat holders for my son's class. Well I did get them done and wanted to share those today.
Now this project is an oldie but a goodie! Love the sourcream containers. They are super easy to make! If you haven't tried them you should. Below is a quick tutorial on how to make them. Would LOVE to see what you make. Comment me with the link!
Also I made his Teacher a cute little box with "Mr. Acorn". Is he not the cutest?
I got this idea from a fellow Demonstrator Doris Denman. Being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator we have access to a site called "Stampin' Connection" and that's where I saw it! She's has other amazing projects that I'll just have to share a little later! ; )
His face is the Ornament Punch! How clever is that??? I will share more of Mr. Acorn a little later.
Now on to the Picture Tutorial for the Sourcream Container!
Stamp set: Day of Gratitude, Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Ink used was: Early Espresso, Old Olive, More Mustard, Crajun Craze, Chocolate Chip & Basic Black
I randomly stamped a full sheet of Very Vanilla cardstock using the Leaf, the acorn and Happy Thanksgiving using the colors mentioned above.
Cut into 4 even pieces 4 1/4 then in half at 5 1/2 you'll have 4 pieces measuring 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.
Next you'll put your adhevsive as shown.
You'll want to take off the sticky strip from the 4 1/4 inch side and roll like toilet paper and you'll end up with what should look like a toilet paper roll.
They you'll take the sticky strip off of one side and squeeze together like shown.
Put that end into the crimper and turn about 3 times. This will hold the sticky strip real good in place.
Before you pull off the next side of sticky strip put your goodies inside. I used Hershey's Kisses 3-4 will fit good inside.
Squeeze again put the opposite way. Look at the bottom of the photo.
Then run through the crimper again and you are done. Now you can add a tag to these too! How cute would that be. I just ran out of time.
This will be your finished project! Now was that easy or what?
As always thanks for stopping by and tomorrow I'll share the party favors I made for my Son's end of the season baseball party. TOO fun!
Have a great weekend and Happy Stampin',