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Sour Cream containers



This is such a pretty color combination at Pals Paper Arts and as luck will have it at Crazy for CAS  and with Valentine's day coming closer I thought I'll make some Valentines ......


PPA190 Feb 6





I just discovered how to make Sour Cream containers (you can watch THIS youtube video on how to) and thought they are just too cute. Had to try this.




But if you want a quick tutorial how to make those I took some pictures for you:



You start out with a 4 x 6" piece of paper - should not be too thick and add adhesive on one short and one long side - of course you can make this as big as you want...


Form a roll and stick the short sides together


Press down on the adhesive - you can use your paper crimper for additional stability


It looks pretty, too, but is not necessary.


Then you fill it with goodies and crimp the open end, perpendicular to the other end. The crimping will actually hold the paper together without any adhesive. Punch in a tiny hole and stick a brad through and you are done.


Any additional adornments are up to you!
I used a little heart shaped brad, some tags stamped with $ stamps from Michaels and some left over hearts I had saved from THIS card threaded on a silver thread.

I am also submitting this for the Time-out challenge - Love and/or Friendship
Snippets Playground - us a snippet





Comments

Flo said…
Diese Päckchen sehen so ähnlich aus wie die Glückskekse, die man in China-Restaurants bekommt.
Sooo einfach und doch soooo wirkungsvoll.

Danke für den Tipp.LG
Lin said…
So fun to make, Cornelia, and perfect for little Valentine treats! Thanks for playing along with us again at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!
Monika Reeck said…
Prettyyyy and it looks adorable Cornelia..I have to try it to made...for who you made this...and you are really busy made many cards and happy project ...I wish I can do like you too..but my time is wenig...ich muss auch meine Freunde Blog sehen und was schreiben hihi....schoenes WE dear Cornelia...
Di said…
Wow, these are really beautiful Cornelia - and so clever too. If you used any snippets (the hearts?) we'd love to see them in the Playground. The girlies would LOVE to see them I'm sure, especially as you showed how to do it.

Hugs, Di xx
sandie said…
So pretty Cornelia and such a lovely gift. Thanks for entering our DT call and good luck x
Rosmarie said…
Die sind einfach zu schön! Tolles Papier hast du dafür verwendet und die Schildchen und Herzerln sind die perfekte Abrundung!!

Ich wünsch dir einen schönen Sonntag, mit hoffentlich nicht zuviel Schneeschaufeln...
GLG Rosi
These are lovely , I love he pretty paper and the trail of hearts . Thanks so much for joining in the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Tracy x
Kathleen said…
Fabulous creation and love the papers.

Kath x
Susanne Vargas said…
Thanks so much for the tutorial! I much prefer photo tutorials to watching a video! They look adorable and pretty easy to make, will have to try them out!
Di said…
Great to see that you linked :)

Hugs, Di xx
Sue - said…
Great use of snippets to make these pretty containers.
Jenny L said…
Hi Cornelia,
thank you so much for the fab tutorial.
Love these super cartons.
Great paper or card used in these too.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.
Kanan Pandya said…
Ohh this is super cute, Cornelia. Love the pretty pink color of the pattern paper. Great tutorial, I should try this. So perfect for Valentine goodie bag. :-)
shirley-bee said…
These look so pretty in pink, and I love the extra little adornments.
Jutta said…
Awesome share, these are so fun and easy to make! Actually kind of addictive. :)
Have a good day!
Patti MacLeith said…
Just darling! Thanks for the tutorial, too. We hope you play at PPA again very soon!
scrappymo! said…
Fabulous! This would be perfect for a few Valentines chocolates.
Love the idea of crimping the edges.
Elizabeth said…
Hi Cornelia, these little packets are terrific. Elizabeth xx
Jean said…
What a lovely idea, thank you for showing how to make them.
Jean x
Virginia L. said…
Tolle Werke! Love these cute sweet pockets, Cornelia!
anja curvers said…
Wow this is amazing love the packages. Thank you for joining us over at crazy for CAS.
Sientje said…
Such a cute little gift packages. Thank you for joining us at Crazy for CAS
Kim Heggins said…
I love making this little goodie holders and your are just too cute and so sweet!

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