Saturday, 18 November 2017

Tri-Fold Snowman Poop Tic Tac Holder. FREE Tutorial!

This time last week I was in Birmingham at Stampin' Up's OnStage event, swapping and learning and generally having a ball! Sadly, this week it's back to work ;-)
But, I have finally got around to editing the photos of the swaps I made and I also have a little photo tutorial on how to make them too! Let's see....
 Inside a sentiment and Snowman Poop, of course ;-)
 You *may* recognise this adorable Snowmen from Seasonal Chums and the background was stamped using Smitten Mittens.
 Stamp, cut, score , fold and stick ;-)
TIP: If you are making multiples of these change that order to: Stamp, score, cut, fold and stick!
TIP: It's not very often I suggest punch the card first, then stamp. But for this it maximised the amount of labels you can get from a sheet of card and photopolymer stamps make this super easy to stamp.
Secure closed with twine.
TIP: I tied a knot before tying the bow as it was much easier to hold it secure this way!
I made about 36 of these holders but somehow managed to stamp and colour more snowmen that I needed! And after spending several hours colouring I wasn't going to waste those bad boys, so I added them to some Treat Tubes I still had!
And here they are all together!
 If we swapped in Birmingham, I'd like to say a big, huge thank you! I had lots of really lovely swaps in return and I love them all! *mwah* 
 And now for my oops moment. Apparently this snowman was stuck to the holder a little crooked and of course that's the one I choose to photograph! Doh! f you got this in a swap, I apologise, I honestly didn't notice and obviously I didn't spot it when I took the pictures either! Lol!!
Well, that's it for me for today, I really do hope you have enjoyed today's tutorial? Let me know in the comments...
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