These are so cute and soooooooooo easy you won't believe it! I couldn't believe it when I found the instructions. If you need some adorable quick stocking stuffers or a coworker gift or two these are the way to go. I made these from the Stampin Up! Merry Little Christmas paper pack for an upcoming craft show. All you need is a double sided paper that's 6" x 6". Double sided is the best for this project since you see clearly both sides of the paper. It just gives your project that extra umph and visual appeal. Hope you enjoy this one, you can mass produce these easily.
Fold 6"x6" paper in half diagonally
Fold right side up to edge of left point and glue dot
Fold left side up to the edge of the right point and glue dot
Fold over the top flap so you see the opening and glue dot this flap down
That's it! Fill with your favortie candy or treat.
I glue dotted my candies in place because these were for a craft show.
How cute can you get! These coffee cup gift card holders are a necessity this holiday season for teachers and coworkers and anyone you would like to extend a warm thank you to. I made these in a variety of ways this year. Some I embossed, heat embossed, and decorated til my heart was content. The only non Stampin Up! items I used were the wooden snowflakes and a holly punch that was a Martha Stewart brand. All other materials you can purchase from Stampin Up! through my site in the Shop Now section. And if you're in need of a Stampin Up! demonstrator I would be more than happy to help with that. Send me a message and I'll get back with you right away. Here are the instructions for the base of the card holder:
Cut Whisper White 1/2" x 3 1/2" score on the 1/4" mark
Cut your choice of color at 3 1/2" x 11" score at 5 1/2"
Fold and Cut 1/4" at an angle off this 11" cardstock
Flip over and repeat angle cut
Glue with Tombo the small white piece to the outside of the "cup"
Tear and Tape three inside edges leaving top edge open and seal
Decorate the outside as you like
If you are embossing do this before Glue and Tear and Tape steps