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Old 10-29-2006, 04:30 AM   #81
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Then do you just rip it open to get whatever is inside?
I'm thinking like Tammy said you can use a crimper at one end then you can punch it with a double slot punch, tie it with ribbon and then still reuse it. I just wish I would have thought of this sooner, b/c I would have made these for my DD class for Halloween. But, I'll definately keep this in mind for next year.
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OMGosh, these are adorable! Thanks for sharing the links!

I have a question: if using a crimper, would it be crimped when it is in the roll shape or while it is still a flat piece of paper?

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Someone correct me if I'm assuming wrong but I thought you crimped the sealed end as a way to give it more stability and keep it shut?
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So cute, thanks for sharing!
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Can I tell you..I made one earlier and it went together sooooo easily..
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Someone correct me if I'm assuming wrong but I thought you crimped the sealed end as a way to give it more stability and keep it shut?
I tried this earlier, it won't stay closed crimping alone, you need to use red tape and then crimp it.
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Could someone please direct me to the thread giving me the directions/dimensions to make a sour cream container. I need to make a dozen very simple favors. Thank you
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could this be it?

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...ghlight=yogurt

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Lynn, Thank you so very much; I so appreciate your help and quick reply.
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Lynn, Thank you so very much; I so appreciate your help and quick reply.
Happy to be of help. I remembered them because I never knew sour cream came that way. One of the replies led to a little gallery of them under Anything But a Card; sour cream containers.

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This is how I do my sour cream container...

Take a 1/2 sheet of cardstock and stamp it.

then take some sticky tape and put at one short end of the cardstock. Roll cardstock over to form a short tube and stick.

then sticky tape the sides of one end together and then sticky tape the other sides of the end forming a twisted effect.

then crimp it and you are done. Hope this helps
What kind of tool are you using to "crimp" the ends? And why have I not heard of such a tool, let alone not have it in my arsenal??
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What kind of tool are you using to "crimp" the ends? And why have I not heard of such a tool, let alone not have it in my arsenal??
It's a crimper... I got mine at Michaels but I know SU and other companies sell them.... while I don't use it a lot, I do like to have it around!
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Great, now I have another project to try!
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check here as well:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...ream+container
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I am laughing over these posts because that is exactly what I always said, too....sour cream container, huh??? but as soon as I found out about the idea, I went wild making them and they are sooo easy to do!!! I didn't get around to doing little Christmas gifties for my coworkers this year (too overwhelmed by events at Christmas, I guess...have stamped things for them every year for the past 3 or 4 yrs until now) and this thread has inspired me to do a Valentine's giftie for them instead! Most of the gals who worked there the last time I did Sour cream containers are either gone or wouldn't remember so I'm thinking the heart wheel and little sour cream containers and a tag from the Tags So Much set, put Hershey's kisses inside...only a few will fit so that's perfect! Jan
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are there visual directions for the sour cream containers.
any directions would be great too.
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This link should help:
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That link is great!

These containers are SO fun to make -- enjoy!
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http://web.mac.com/wheat04/iWeb/Site/Welcome.html

Being the very visual person I am, I had to have pictures. So I made a tutorial with pictures and loaded it on my website. The address is at the top of this note. Once you get to the website, click on Directions for Sour Cream Containers and it should take you to that page. I hope it makes sense and helps some other people.
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Hi Everyone! Does anyone have a picture tutorial on how to make a sour cream pouch! It looks simple enough, but I could use some help!
Thanks a bunch!
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Check out post #10 on page 1 of this thread...there is a link there!
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Hi all,

Just wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of instructions for the little sour cream boxes - pics would be great since I am a visual person! lol

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I believe they are actually called sour cream containers!!! sorry for that! lol

Any help?

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Here's a couple of links..hopefully the links work..L


http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...d.php?t=128609

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...i=sour%20cream
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Hiya, Karen!!!
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Great links, Anna!

In case you still need a visual, one of the threads mentioned this site:*smooches*, Karen!

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Hiya Chris - Im wavin - can ya see me! lol

I just joined as a SU demo in Ox so want to make up some of these cute little things as a display!! Check out my gallery, I have done a french fry containe and a milk carton - let me know what you think!

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I love these, but where do i find them?? Can you make them?? Someone enlighten me!!
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These are really quite easy to make. Hopefully I can adequately describe how to make these.

1. Start with a 1/4 sheet of 8 1/2x11 paper
2. Attache sticky strip along one long edge, roll into a tube (think TP roll) and adhere.
3. Using Sticky Stip again, attach/pinch one end of the tube together to seal.
4. Fill the tube with whatever goodies you want
5. Using Sticky Strip, attach/pinch the now open end of the tube together in the opposite direction of the other end.

Now you're done.
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I've made these, using the directions above, but I've used Vellum CS, which looks awesome as a "sour cream container". Also, after gluing/sealing the ends, I've also crimped them, which not only adds some texture and makes it look great, it really, really seals the container.
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Thanks guys! I'm thinking of making these for my dad's 70th birthday party...sounds easy enough...now to think of something fitting to put in them...maybe i'll order some M&M's that say "70" on them...
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Cambria Turnbow did a tutorial on this in March and I remember loving how hers came out.... here's the link!

http://cambriaturnbow.blogspot.com/2...py-spring.html
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These are cool and new to me! Gotta go try one out before I lose my place and directions! TFS!
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Cambria Turnbow did a tutorial on this in March and I remember loving how hers came out.... here's the link!

http://cambriaturnbow.blogspot.com/2...py-spring.html
Man does that look hot with the glossy paper!
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I did it! Cool!
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