Monday, December 21, 2015

Snow Place Snowman Tic Tac Holders


Ooooooh, just look at these cute Snowman Tic Tac Holders....

I made one of these for each of my club members.  I think they all loved them!!



Would you like to know how to make them??

 I thought so.....

Well, here you go!




Start with a Whisper White piece of card stock cut to 3" x 4 5/8".  Score this piece at 2" on either end of the long piece.

Round the corners of this piece with our Project Life Corner Rounder Punch.



Project Life Corner Rounder Punch  135346  $8.00


Next, stamp the following (from the Snow Place set):

-the snowman (and his arms) in Basic Black Archival ink
-the earmuffs, buttons and candy cane in Real Red ink
-the snowflakes in Pool Party ink

The candy cane was die-cut using the coordinating Snow Friends Framelits.

 This stamp set and framelits are also bundled together for a 15% savings on both items!!

I also colored the snowman's nose in with our Pumpkin Pie Stampin' Write Marker.





Snow Place Photopolymer Stamp Set  139738  $26.00



Snow Friends Framelits  139664  $27.00



Snow Place Photopolymer Bundle  140844  $45.00



Brights Stampin' Write Markers  131259  $29.00




On the inside of the tic tac holder, I added a strip of the Real Red 1/8" Striped Ribbon.  The ribbon and tic tacs are held in place with Fast Fuse on the back of the cover.


I also added a 1 3/4" x 2 3/4" piece of Schoolhouse Designer Series Paper to the inside cover of the tic tac holder (to help keep the ribbon in place).



Real Red & Garden Green 1/8" Striped Ribbon  139615  $6.40 (on sale!)




Fast Fuse  129026  $10.00



Schoolhouse Designer Series Paper  138187  $11.00




A 7/8" Scallop Circle was punched from the snowman's belly to reveal the tic tacs inside.

Then, just tie a bow with the remaining Real Red Striped Ribbon, and you're all set!




 
7/8" Scallop Circe Punch  129404  $13.00
 

Thanks so much to Erica Cerwin for her inspiration on this project - they are just so cute!!




I hope you were Inkspired today!!



7 comments:

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    1. thanks, erica! i had a lot of fun making them this year :)

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  2. I love these thank you for sharing! I missed this last year but I am making them this year. My grandchildren love Tic Tac's!

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    1. thanks, esther! it was one of my favorite projects from last year, too! i might even make some more this year, also :)

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