This is a non SU stamp, but we were having a Bishop's Brunch and I was asked by the Scouting Committee to make them, so this is what I came up with! It was a big hit! Again, I used Whirly Twirly because it is super fun and really pretty with Pixie Pink and then I stamped in VersaMark the praying hands and embossed them with Gold Glory. They are really much prettier in person! Some people wanted to save them, but I told them there was CANDY inside! Even so, some still did save them. There were none left on the tables!
Date: Thursday, April 6, 2006 GMT Views: 1307
Registered: February 28, 2006 Location: Tucson, AZ Posts: 70
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"Sour Cream Container" is basically a "technique" of paper folding, double stick tape, twisting the paper and crimping the ends. You take 1/4 sheet of paper and roll it long ways like a toilet paper tube (this of course is done AFTER you have stamped what you want on it!!!!!). Then you place double stick tape inside one end of the tube, squish the sides of that end together flat. Now it looks like you have a triangle. Now crimp that end slightly. Fill your container with candy, put double stick tape on the other end and squish the oposite way! Don't forget to crimp! This is SOOOOOOO super easy! My scouts, my kids and my classes just LOVE doing this one! Give it a try! You'll get HOOKED!
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