SHOW ME SUNDAY BY: Esther

Sunday, December 19, 2010

I have been making these little containers for a long time, you make these as simple or as fancy as you want.


Supplies:

  • Card stock 4x5
  • Super sticky Glue
  • Paper Crimper
  • Treat
  • Embellishments

    Step 1:
    Cut your card stock 4"x5"
    
    Step 2:Apply sticky tape to the 4" reverse side of the paper as well as the middle of the bottom half and halfway on the top. As seen below.
    
    Step 3:Roll paper like a cylinder from 4" to 4". (Like a paper towel roll). Next adhere one side. Step 4:Fill with a treat, it could be candy, buttons for your crafting friends, ribbon, erasers.... etc....etc....
    Step 5:
    Close the other end in the opposite direction as seen below.
    Step 6: Crimp both sides and embellish!!!
    I used mine as ornaments that I can give to my guests. I punched a hole in the middle, added thread then ribbon and an embellishment.
I hope you enjoy making these with your family. Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions.

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11 Responses to “SHOW ME SUNDAY BY: Esther”

KC said...

these are so cute! thank you for the great idea!

CraftyGirl said...

Esther... thanks for sharing this great tutorial with us! I love that you get a decoration and gift all out of one project!
Barb :)

Angela said...

what a fabulous idea Esther! I have everyone for Christmas dinner this year! perfect for little treats on the table!

Lori Apgar said...

Esther - these are so cute!! Thanks for the tutorial. I love seeing them hanging from the tree!!

Dawn said...

Oh I always love these sour cream container boxes. Such cute examples!
What a great idea to use on the tree.

li-bee-ti said...

Esther - thanks for the turorial. It looks so great!

Diana said...

I Love this idea Esther.

MommaSaid said...

Oh, these are so much fun!

Leinad said...

I've seen a bunch of these, but I wasn't sure how they were made...THANKS for the great tutorial! Tomorrow I'm going to try these!

Betty Anne said...

Fantastic idea Esther, I love them.

Janet Z said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing it.