Saturday, July 10, 2010

Blog Hop, Tutorial & A PRIZE!!

Who doesn't love a blog hop, tutorial and a PRIZE?!?! Thats right!! Today is the day for the Picnic Blog Hop that I am participating in with 9 other fabulous blogs!! Welcome those of you who came from Kim at Kreative Krafts . If you didnt come from Kim's blog and would like to start at the begining of the blog hop, please visit Sarah at Pink Cricut.

The theme for the blog hop is Picnic!! I decided to make one of my favorite things to make, sour cream containers. Also lots of you have asked for a tutorial on how to make them so all that information is in this post!! Whoo Hoo!!
After you read my tutorial make sure you hop on over to Jenny at Crazy about Cricut!!
Also did I mention PRIZES??? Yes! I am giving away these clear stamps along with some surprise handmade goodies to a lucky winner who comments on this post. Also if you comment on all the posts for the blog hop you are eligible to win a CRICUT CARTRIDGE!!
Now on to the Tutorial..
Supplies Needed:
Vellum (or any paper, I like vellum so you can see the candy inside)
Candy
Red Tape
Paper Cutter
Crimper
Scissors
Stamps & Ink (optional)
Crop-a-dile or hole punch
Ribbon
Cricut


Step 1: Cut your 8 1/2 x 11 paper into 4 sheets of paper that measure 5 1/2 x 4 1/4. Since I use vellum I like to stamp on mine so I stamp on one side and let dry for about 5 minutes. I use memento ink but you can use any type of paper. If you use designer paper then stamps aren't needed.

Step 2: After your ink dries turn your vellum over so you are adding the red tape to the inside and put your red tape on your vellum just like this..

Step 3: Remove the red peel from the side and bottom nearest to the side. Gently overlap the side with the tape on the other side so it forms a circle like this..


Step 4: Pinch the bottom together so it looks like this..



Step 5: Run the bottom through the crimper and make sure to only crimp about 1/4 an inch or so.

Step 6: Add your candy and then remove the red peel from the top and pinch together in the opposite direction of the bottom.


Step 7: Run the uncrimped side through your crimper and your container should now look like this..


Step 8: Decorate!! I used my Gypsy and Cricut to cut out a watermelon and a little bug. :)

Step 9: Load your paper in to your cricut to cut it out then glue it together.



Step 10: Punch a hole in the top of your sour cream container and in your decoration. Use ribbon to tie it together and Voila- your sour cream container is finished!!


I love making these for little co-worker gifts and favors. So many people asked me where I bought the container and I just smile and told them I make them :)
Thanks for coming by today! Make sure to hop on over to Jenny at Crazy about Cricut!!

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Debbie said...

wow this is so cool I love this idea I have to print this all out thanks so much for sharing all of this with us today Debbie at http://craftydeb-ddscrafts.blogspot.com/

ScrappingStephanie said...

Super cool idea. Makes such great little gifts, stocking stuffer, party favors. The possibilities are endless. I don't own one of those crimpers, is there an alternative? I am thinking I could skip that step, maybe? Anyway, I am glad I found your blog through the hop and am now following:) TFS and thanks for the chance to win.

Stephanie
http://stephanieandthebug.blogspot.com
sar342@aol.com

nanapuddin said...

I love making these sour cream containers! I used them to make an advent tree at Christmas for my grandkids! TFS and the opportunity to win some cute stamps!
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Brenda said...

Can not stand it this is sooooo cute!! My Grandma brain is churning!!!
simplybren at hotmail dot com

Cathy Gill said...

Great project! Love the vellum instead of paper for this! Sure to be a tease!
www.leavingalegacyretreats.com

penny said...

so cute!!! love how you did it on vellum

PennyG

moosecollector17@yahoo.com

Tara said...

This is such a great idea!!! I'm off to try!
~Tara
tray83 at yahoo dot com
http://tantalizingbytara. blogspot. com

Scrappin' Sista said...

Ok, I'm really trippin' now. This is absolutely TOO STINKIN' cute. I just love it. I'll be back to look a the directions again. Thanks for sharing.

@Scrappin' Stephanie - If you have a Michael's, they have a 50% coupon that ends today. I bought my crimper there.

Laura said...

WAY cute! I haven't seen these before and can't wait to make one! laurabos717@gmail.com

Kricut Tangee said...

oh wow! that is pure genius - thank you for the step by step - I want to try this. It's fantabulous!

tangeemcw at gmail.com
www.kricutkrazy.com
i have some blog candy too :)

JennyKozar said...

SO cute - what a great idea. ANd love the stamp give-awy!

craftymom205 said...

What a cute idea. Thanks for the tutorial.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

The Cropping Canuck said...

Thank you for this tutorial! I want to try this.

Teri A said...

what a great idea, this is something that could be used all year long. I don't have a crimper now I am going to have to put that on my list of need to have items

Thanks for sharing with us

Teri
teri.barefoot@gmail.com

Monica said...

wowwwwww
you totally fooled me. I thought that was a bottle of like .. sunblock or something.. wowwwwww.
That was so cool!
I'm so glad I'm following now!
Great job!

liz said...

what a great idea! thanks for sharing!
liz :o)

SpantastiKreations said...

Oh WOW! I have seen these before but didn't realize how simple they really are. I love something that looks expensive and classy but it's really cheap and easy. TFS and inspiring. :)

Happy Hoppin'
Erin
spantastikreations@yahoo.com

creativeprincess said...

These would make wonderful party favors! Thanks for the idea! Happy crafting!
thecreativeprincess@hotmail.com
http://creativeprincess-homemadehappiness.blogspot.com/

Betsy said...

Okay - I absolutely LOVE this idea! How cute! Thanks for sharing and I can't wait to try it!

shelly said...

these are too cute. thank you so much for the great easy to follow directions on this sour cream container.. i cant wait to try this! off to the store now to purchase a crimper! (branmuffinsmom@yahoo.com)

Chris said...

Will definitely have to try this one out :) I just love these little containers :)
cblanch610@comcast.net

Dawn said...

I am SO coming back to follow your tutorial on the sour cream containers. I've seen them before, but they always looked too difficult. Your directions are the best I have seen.

debbie-tate said...

Wow they are fabulous, so original and thanks for the tutorial, I'll certainly be making them in the future. I think they'll be great for childrens birthday parties.

debbie-tate@hotmail.co.uk

JellyBeansDesign said...

The tutorial is amazing and I LOVE that stamp set. AWESOME!

Beckie W said...

I just love your little containers. I am going to have to try these! Thank you for sharing!

Beckie
beckie123 at yahoo dot com

Lynlee said...

Too dang cute!!

Kelly Rae said...

I showed a couple of gals at my office how to make these, but using vellum I had never thought of it. Then stamping what you want. So much fun and thanks for sharing!

Ashleigh said...

omg these are amazing. I have saved your link so I can look back and make these. thank you

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Pink Cricut said...

Very cute--I haven't made a sour cream container in a long time! Thanks for the inspiration, and thanks for being apart of the blog hop!

mom2fivekiddos said...

I really like the project you made! Love the sour cream container idea! Thanks for sharing!
www.scrappingmamahen.blogspot.com

Amee said...

what a great idea for a party favor!!! Love how it turned out!

joeygirl86 said...

this is perfect! thanks for the tutorial! :)

stylistchick86@hotmail.com

Susan said...

Very cute. Thanks for showing us how to make those cute containers.
Susan @ itsmesusanp.blogspot.com
susanpollock37@yahoo.com

StoneGypsy said...

perfect for parties and friends....
kktb@comcast.net...
please enter me ih your drawing :)

Brenda said...

I love making these containers but never thought of vellum. Thanks for a new idea.
Burffrau at aol dot come

~Just B said...

This is SO going in my boy's teacher goody bags at the first of the school year. SO cute!!! Thank you for sharing. I look forward to "stalking" your blog more and getting more ideas!

Cheryl Gaffney said...

Love the vellum!! I've never made a sour-cream container craft but now I know I'll have to very soon. Are the cuts from Doodlecharms?? You mentioned the gypsy, but I don't have one so measurements would be helpful too!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

Swimmom said...

I've never made one of these - thanks for the tutorial!
Avrawill@wideopenwest dot com

jennyplace2 said...

Great ideal, these containers would make great wedding favors or the Easter Bunny could hide them for the little ones. Such a sweet and quick item to make. Thanks for sharing.

Theresa99 said...

Candance!!!!
Sour cream treat boxes are my favorite thing to make! I make tons and tons of them. But I am always trying to think of something to use as tags. Circles and scalloped circles get boring! I love the watermelon idea for it! Now I know that I can use lemons, oranges and other fruits. I would have never thought of that!
Thank you so much for the perfect solution to my problem of just being ordinary!
Theresa
I fanned you on FB!!

Lynn Fox said...

I will have to give this one a try. Thanks for sharing. Another great idea.

Wende said...

Love the sour cream container. So clever. Thanks for the chance to win.
wbeducian@gmail dot com

mom2tayandbay said...

How cute. My DD will love making these to gove to her friends! Thanks
desaucier at bellsouth.net

Kerry said...

I just bought a crimper this week so I could try and make these. Thanks for the tutorial, it was very helpful.
mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

by Alleycatmom said...

What a sweet idea! I just heard of sour cream containers recently and now I see how it's done!

I'm following you as Devanie.

devanie99 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Christi said...

How cute! I've been wanting to try making these- they would be great at my son's bday party this weekend. Thanks for the idea!

TeresaKaufhold said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea and your blog! Thanks for sharing!
Teresa
happiqueen at aol. com

Lisa said...

I love the sourcream container! Thanks for including directions!
Thanks
shop2udrop@embarqmail.com

Becky said...

Super cute idea! :) Thanks for sharing. :)

Becky said...

Dangit forgot my email...
bwoltjer22@yahoo.com

Gloria said...

i love the sour cream container they r so versatile for any occasion

Donita said...

I love the idea for the "sour cream" containers! I guarantee I will be trying this one! My lil grandchicks will love this! :) Thank you for sharing!

mshady said...

I love these containers. I have not made any in a long time. Need to put that on my list of things to do. :)
I have never tried to stamp on vellum though so I will have to try.

Thanks for sharing.
MShady
graphite_1 at yahoo dot com

Connie Gail said...

I LOVE ideas like this! I use them for our church ladies. Little handouts that can make a difference in one's day....:O) Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to coming back tonight to see what else you have.

westfamily@mlode.com

Jamiecrafts said...

I will have to give this a try, it looks way easy, thanks for the info

Melissa said...

I have never seen this before!!! Thanks so much for sharing...my kids would love these in there lunch boxes for school!!!
msperry1008@yahoo.com

Sadie said...

I love the sourcream favors! I have made them before but not for a picnic! Too Cute!!

sadie6425@yahoo.com

Jennifer said...

That is just the cutest idea!! I'm definitely trying this one!

http://childsphotography.blogspot.com/

Saren said...

Very Cute! Thanks for sharing!

Alyssa Leanne said...

This is such a super cool idea! I love it!

Alyssa
alyssa.leanne.b@gmail.com

cindy said...

I work at a school and I'm always needing a "little happy" that will fit into the teachers mailboxes. I do have one question though. Will any paper work or does it have to be vellum?

cindy said...

sorry I forgot to add my contact
cindygm@aol.com

Pamela said...

Love your idea, so useful and absolutely daring. I am going to use this for my grandchild's birthday parties. (instead of the dorky party bags) I am a neighbor of your kinda, at least within an hours dive. This was so fun.

Pamela said...

I also forgot to leave my emial address. rjpldion@hughes.net

Anna said...

Awesome idea!!! Great job.

Scrappy Mel said...

Cute! Thanks for the tutorial on how to make the pouches! I will definitely give them a try. :)

miccimomma said...

First time I've seen a how to make the sour cream containers!! Thanks for sharing! mlhagenbuch@windstream.net

808Creator said...

Candace, this is awesome!! I never knew the crimper can do that with this type of projects. I'm in need of one to create similar goodie treats as you have shared. Where did you get yours from? Thanks for sharing.

Aloha,

Michelle - 808Creator.blogspot.com
mich.galvez@gmail.com

Brenda said...

Great project and tutorial. I love these little containers, but rarely use them. Thanks for sharing.

Cute Cricut Corner said...

So nice, now I might have to add a crimper to my list. Love your site

cake35 said...

Love your idea. its really a very good one and a cute. ty so much for sharing. Karle xoxo cake35@comcast.net

Steff said...

Adorable. Thanks for sharing.

Smiles and Hugs
Steff Reed
luv2scrapp@cox.net
smileffetscreations.blogspot.com

chrissy o said...

that is so cute love it
chrissy o

Jennifer Crosby said...

thats ridiculouly CUTE!!!! jennifer : worship_423@yahoo.com

Esmommy said...

very cute!! I too love those sour cream containters. Haven't made them in a long time!! Would have been a great little party favor for our 4th of July.. oh well next year!!!

NYGIRL1994@yahoo.com

Wendy aka Bling Queen said...

Such a cute idea with the Vellum. I have done them but with paper. I will try this and stamp like you did. Thanks

On to next hop

Julie L. said...

Love this and thanks for such a wonderful tutorial! It's always nice to get the details of a project! Thanks for the chance to win too!!

Julie L.

Stampin' Nana said...

Candace, great job, I can see that little pocket being used in a gazillion way. love the little watermelon tag.

thanks for sharing and being part of the picnic blog hop :-)

shelley
lostnwa98@verizon.net

Mad Crafter said...

Already a follower and a huge fan!!! I have never seen a crimper. This is so cool. I love it. What a great idea. Now I might have to check into this! Thanks for sharing.
~Madison funkycards @ charter . net (no spaces)

stampinscrapinT said...

very cute ideas and this is a fun blog hop

Michelle said...

cute !!! I still have to try this, Loved all the pics of step by step! It was great!!
Hope your having a good time and your cake is a hit!
michelle scrappinwithmybug.com

MeMe said...

This has been a fun blog hop. Hope I win a prize from one of you gifted folks.

Janet Licari said...

I have not seen this idea before!
quilt4fun2 at hotmail . com

Jo said...

I love making these, but I never thought to use vellum ... what a great idea! Thanks so much.

Jo xx

gijo109 at sbcglobal dot net

Kathy said...

What a cute and simple project. Thanks for sharing!
kmgillon at yahoo dot com

Debbie Hauxhurst said...

I just purchased vellum because it was on clearance and now I have a project to use it. Thank you for playing today, Debbie Hauxhurst at niteowlis at clear dot net or HawksNestHobbies at blogspot dot com

Altered by Jenn said...

I have got to find a crimper so I can start making some of these! Love the saying you put on the vellum! Great job and thank you for sharing!

Linda Peterson said...

Thanks for the great idea!

ScrappyNana said...

Wow! Cant wait to try to make this. Thanks so much for the tutorial! Im glad I found your blog!

crazyaboutcricut said...

Wow, what a great post! Thanks for the great tutorial. I can print this out and make one (I've never tried them before.) Gorgeous project, and so glad I got to be on this hop with you!

crazyaboutcricut at hotmail dot com

Emmy said...

Wow Candace I love your blog , oh the possibilities I never knew you could make things like that, I'm so a newbie to the cricut products . I am gonna try and mAke these goodie packs you make my kids will go crazy for them :)
sunkissedgirl@sympatico.ca

Abby said...

CUTE!!!! LOVE the idea!!!

mommahobbit said...

what a great idea, I wonder if a hair crimper would work? thanx mommahobbit@columbiawireless.ca

deb0603 said...

I just love this

Ann Marie said...

LOVE THESE! I made some similar for valentines day! I never used velum before though! will be trying that!
Thanks for the Chance to win!!
Yours TruLee
Ann Marie
annmarielee (at) gmail (dot) com
http://cardsbyyourstrulee.blogspot.com/

MegaMom9 (same on Facebook & Twitter!) said...

LOVE your project! First time I've seen a sour cream container I really liked :) I think your crimping the ends was the perfect finishing touch!

Purplepatamus said...

I love this idea! I know what I am making today! I just bought velum yesterday, it was meant to be.

purplepatamus@gmail.com

http://scrappinandmore.blogspot.com

Susan said...

Thank you for the step by step directions! I am going to try this! LOVE IT!!!!

Holly said...

What a great idea! I have never seen these made before but what a nice little gift to give to someone. I will have to try to make one myself and maybe give them away at my boys' birthday parties. Thanks for the great tips!

hollyshobbie at gmail dot com

http://www.recycled-genius.blogspot.com/

barbip said...

So cute! I love the "bug me anytime" stamp :) Great instructions on how to make the containers. Thanks!

Happy Scrapper said...

that is a stinkin cute idea...I love it. I amy have to try that sometime!! Thanks for sharing!!


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http://celiscraftyspace.blogspot.com/

VickiS said...

What a great idea! So cute! Thank you for sharing several techniques!- another use for my crimper, and showing how to cut several images on different papers at one time with the gypsy and cricut. I recently got a gypsy but haven't used it yet!

vickismithd@yahoo.com

Chris said...

Cute I like the velumn paper idea. I made the sour cream containers at Christmas and whenever I needed a tuck in gift I would put some in. TFS
chrisbuob at centurytel dot net

scrappinmomma said...

Thanks for Sharing awesome idea I can't wait to try making them.

http://ikolinda-scrappinmomma.blogspot.com

Holly said...

I <3 these sour cream containers.. I was so intimidated to make them, but they don't look so bad now! :) Thanks so much for posting the instructions!
So glad I got to participate in teh blog hop with you!
<3 Holly :D

Amanda Finamore said...

I love these sour cream containers, my mom just bought a crimper with these in mind and we can't wait to get making some. Great project TFS!!!

bellascraftycreations@blogspot.com

anncoralsprings said...

Totally new idea to me! First, I didn't know you could stamp on vellum without it smudging, and I never thought of using a crimper to seal the edges. What a clever favor technique! I am very impressed! :-)

Wendy said...

Soooo Cute! Now I know what the sourcream containers are used for. I always wondered "what's up with everyone wanting sourcream"? What a great idea, now I have to try it!
Thanks for the tutorial!
Wendy
wendy.roos2boys@gmail.com

Canvas OF Life said...

Oh this is SOOOO CUTE!!! I am amazed at what I am finding on this hop, thanks for sharing, now I must make a trip to the store and buy some candy, I MUST make some of these today!!!

VeronicaA said...

That is such a neat idea. They would make great favors for Sunday school classes. Thanks for sharing.
Veronica
vballen@comcast.net

Bevy48 said...

Hi there Candace, WWOOO HOOO I made it to the blog hop after all. I am having a blast hopping around and for a first timer I think I've done well. Your project was so cute I will have to make some for mu grandkids. Have a great weekend!! blanphear@yahoo.com

CJToo ~ Tracy said...

Hi Candace...what a fun project...I just love these. Thanks for sharing. Lovin' the blog hop. Ü

♥Tracy

Patti said...

What a creative idea. I have learned so many new things today. I love it!

Patti
bbitster@windstream.net

clrobite said...

thank you these are so cute and look so easy to make fun for partys for adults and children love ya

Cyndi Budhi said...

Love it........I made this token as a token gift at a wedding with the NC logos, and they were a big hit. Thank you for sharing your talent!

Anonymous said...

enjoyed you project , vellume was a cool idea , I have made this with paper but love your vellum idea , thx for sharing your creativity with us 8 )
Crystal@thelopezcrew.net

Pam In Colorado said...

I love your project and your blog!! I am now a follower! Hugs, Pam

pamsgalsndolls at yahoo dot com

Jenny said...

Hi Candace. I love this idea. This is too cute!! Thank you so much for the tutorial on how to make them. I love the cute little card you tied to the container. Thank you for sharing your creation with us. Take care, Jenny L. (jenlam4@yahoo.com)

dreenie said...

those are cute , great for the folks in my office! thanks for sharing!

Shannon said...

Those are way cute...I just started a new job and have a bunch of co-workers...going to make some of these to take in...thanks for the idea

Carrie said...

Can't wait to try this one out. Thanks to all of you for sharing with today's blog hop, a ton of fun!

Jackie L Watson said...

I think your project is adorable, I love these little containers and never would have thought of using vellum. How clever. Thanks for sharing and being in the blog hop today

Beckie said...

What a great idea!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

Beckie
beckie.kellett@yahoo.com

GiGi said...

Wow - this is too cute! I want to try this project now. Thanks so much for sharing and the opportunity to win.

GiGi

gigiact2 at bellsouth dot net

Anonymous said...

what a great idea.....I'm going to try that later this month for our family reunion....thanks for sharing it with us.
Cyndie
halliecat7@yahoo.com

Debbie said...

Great idea, it would be great for a teacher to give to the class
thanks
debs31totes at gmail dot com

creative patti said...

love this project!!! thanks for the tutorial.
pattig161@yahoo.com

Connie said...

Thank you for sharing. A unique project that I plan to try.

DG said...

Loved the tutorial. Nothing worse than seeing a great idea and having no idea how it was done. Great job. Enjoyed seeing your blog.

krafty corner said...

very nice...great idea...enjoyed your blog and I am enjoing this picnic hop

Sara said...

I'm new to Cricut and crafting. Thanks for all the GREAT ideas!! That favor is just AMAZING!!!

sarasscissors.blogspot.com
willow162001@yahoo.com

Celeste B. said...

OMW!!! How adorable!!!!! I especially love the 'Bug me anytime' stamp!!!! It's sooooo cute! Thanks for sharing your amazing talent! Loving your work!!!

Celeste B.
ccscards.blogspot.com

Lisha said...

I have seen that done before but I haven't tried it out yet.....TFS

fasloan@yahoo.com

Angel said...

what a great project. Loving this hop. I'm off

Nanascreativecorner said...

This is adorable, I can see making these for my grandson's nursery school class. Thank you for sharing...
tcbbgibson@gmail.com

Happy Scrapper said...

AMAZING!! Great idea for school party's!! Thanks for sharing!!

msteege75@hotmail.com

Plants seeds of knowledge...for our future! said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE, this idea! I have never seen this before and I fell in love instantly! I am a kindergarten teacher and I could use this in sooooooo many ways! Thanks for sharing the technique!

Jason said...

I have never seen these made before....how cute! Thanks for the idea! :)

Tina Baxter
tinabxtr@yahoo.com

tracy4 said...

What a cute idea!! this would be great for a halloween party!

tracy4@nb.sympatico.ca

Patty said...

Just when I think it can't get any better, SOUR CREAM CONTAINERS!!! I am so going to make these! Thanks for the Tutorial and chance to win!
cooktoy1@aol.com

*BJ* said...

Love your sourcream container and thanks for the tutorial.. bettylarryn@yahoo.com

Melissa said...

Wow, I have never seen a tutorial on how to make one of these, thanks so much!! Great job!

http://melissa-moecreations.blogspot.com/

Victoria said...

Such a clear explanation of how to make one! Thanks for sharing this. :-)

vmegnson at yahoo dot com

gingerbaby said...

What a cool idea. When I first heard it I thought you were putting actual sour cream in them.
hugs,
Brooke
bbassett1@frontier.com

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

Love this! will have to add it to my gift idea file. Thank for sharing!
Michele
butterfly2547@yahoo.com

Monique Barr said...

Just awesome. TFS

Monique Barr said...

sorry about that victory-n-christ@hotmail.com

Trisha said...

candace,
I absolutely Love these blog hops because you get to discover all of these new, amazing scrappers! And I have to say, so far, your project is my favorite!!!! At first I thought it was like an icy pop but than i saw your process and have to decided I NEED a crimper! lol Thanks for the chance to win and thanks for sharing!

Trish
onethirdchicklet at gmail dot com

Stephanie said...

very cute idea! tfs!

scortez1227@yahoo.com

Lori said...

TFS this super cute tutorial!

Lori
thepaisleyturtleATgmailDOTcom
thepaisleyturtle.blogspot.com

Donna said...

Candace
That was GREAT!! Thanks for the tutorial. Can't wait to make these myself.

Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity.
Donna
DonnaCMCAToptonlineDOTnet

Lovebug Creations said...

Ok...It's official....Next buy: A Crimper! These are soooo stinkin' cute! I love them!! Thank you for sharing!!!

-Kimi Cremar

sockamom13 said...

This just toocute! loveit!

mpriv@yahoo.com

Stacey G. said...

Wow, I've never seen the sour cream holders before! Very cool! I look forward to coming back for more!

Anonymous said...

This is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

kathyaclaude@yahoo.com

Stacey G. said...

Sorry forgot to leave my addy.
iluvonyx@hotmail.com

MJR said...

Wow, I love this idea. I don't have a crimping for the ends. What else would work?

Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.

Marilyn in STL

Lavender Angel said...

What a great idea, and i have a crimper. Better get started.

lavenderangel@centurytel.net

mylifeisbizzarre said...

Wow how creative!!! I love it!!!! Thanks for sharing!

scrapandstamp said...

Fantastic tutorial and easy to follow. Thank you
cheers
Sharon
slv at tpg.com.au

Chantay said...

Candace, I always LOVE your sour cream container projects. Thanks for showing us how you make them. Keep up the Great Work!

Chantay said...

Candace, I always LOVE your sour cream container projects. Thanks for showing us how you make them. Keep up the Great Work!

Kristine said...

This is a great idea!! I can't wait to make some for fun prizes! Thanks for sharing!

Micia said...

my friend and i were just talking about these the other day . I am so excited that I know how to make them :) Thanks for sharing :))

Micia

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Christie Hund said...

Great Party favors. I'm going to have to try this. I enjoyed doing the Blog Hop with you -Christie http://creationsbychristie.blogspot.com

Alex said...

Great post ! I love thie idea if the our cream containers, I need to try and make one ! You did a great job :) Wanted to leave you some love and tell you it was a joy to be in the hop with you :)

Gracie's Blog said...

I have always wanted to make the sour cream container. Thank you so much for the tutorial!!!

WhichCraft said...

these are awesome! I love making favors for my kids school during the holidays. These are perfect. you can decorate any way you want too. Thank you for sharing and the blog candy.

Liz
whichcraft@me.com

Cricut Me That said...

Candace, It was a pleasure participating in this blog hop with you. Your sour cream holders are so pretty - love the paper you choose. I made these 2 years ago Valentine's Day with my boys for their classmates and it was so fun, because it TRULY was a project they could help with. PLUS, they liked them because they were DIFFERENT. Very cute tag, btw!! Today was fun!!

Abbie / Cricut Me That

Crafty MsFitz said...

Very cute! Thanks for sharing.
-Melanie

http://craftymsfitz.blogspot.com

Sherry F. said...

What a cute idea! At first I thought sour cream? That would not keep real well? Sometimes I simply amaze myself! Hope you enjoyed the blog hop today. I am new to the blog world but hope to do things like this in the future. Maybe after I have more than 1 post. lol!! Will Be Back!

DREAMS CARDS said...

I love your project , really cool idea,TFS!!!!!
I'm already your FB fan and your Follower.
Thanks for the chance to win.
Patty

http://www.dreamscardsbypatty.blogspot.com/

Kala K said...

Thank you SOOO much for the step by step tutorial for us visual learners:). It really helps.
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Kathy's Kreative Spot said...

Great project and your instructions are very easy to follow. i will get this a try very soon.

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Roni said...

love the sour cream container!
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Mrs.Debbie said...

I just love these thanks for a chance to win

Debbie

Jamie said...

I like these. I am going to try some for my niece's baby shower. Thanks for the inspiration. Visit my blog http://craftygirl21.blogspot.com/ if you get a chance.

♥ Ellen ♥ said...

OMG, now I'm going to have to get myself some red tape and a crimping tool!!! I'll be heading off to do that once I am done hopping around here... I didn't realize you could make your own "sour cream containers." HOW CUTE is that!? I am DEFINITELY going to lift that idea for an upcoming baby shower for my first grandbaby!!! WAYYYYY cute! TYFS

♥ Ellen ♥

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(c'mon over and visit to see my baby shower invitations!)

Josie0602 said...

That is so adorable!! I love the idea of using vellum to make the sour cream container. Cute project!

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Denise said...

Your sour cream container is sooo cute!! I have never seen that done before. I will definately be scraplifting this one.

Denise
djohnson220@woh.rr.com

Carrie said...

What a great and creative idea! Love it! :-)

chrissy o said...

super duper
love it
chrissy o

Roxanne Mollet said...

I love these little containers but I always forget to make them. I bookmarked your blog to come back and look at all your work!!

Cindy said...

I love these type of containers and yours is awesome!! Need to make one of these like yours.

Cindy
chardin77@gmail.com

spelsue said...

what a great favor idea. Thank you for sharing it.
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Mindy said...

I love it! Great tutorial also.
TFS,
Mindy
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Mindy said...

I love it! Great tutorial also.
TFS,
Mindy
currymindy@yahoo.com

Paula said...

very cute love this idea thanks for the tutorial
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sdonn said...

What a cute idea and could be used for so many different occasions. Thanks for the chance to win, this is my first blog hop and I am having so much fun and learning at the same time.

Tina said...

love the container in vellum. I like that you can see them inside :)
The watermelon is a great touch!

Shawnee said...

Candace, this is ADORABLE! Thank you for this wonderful tutorial.

Holly C. said...

I love making these! They are so much fun! I like the idea of being able to see through the vellum.

http://outtorecess.blogspot.com/

coachfans said...

This would be cute for my students. I would have to improvise some since I do not have a crimper.

http://carsonscricutcreations.blogspot.com/

Jennifer said...

Candace,

Thank you so much for posting such a detailed tutorial!!! :) I usually learn from video tutorials, but your descriptions and pictures were great! I love what you made and thanks to the time & effort you put into sharing, I may be able to try making a sour cream container myself.

Happy Crafting,

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com

Scrap Our Stash Challenge said...

What a great idea. I love the tag especially!

granny said...

Thanks for the tutorial! Now I can make these too!

bigmama said...

Thank You Candace,Ive been waiting for this one,Great job my friend.:)

The Scrapbooking Queen said...

OMGosh that is so cute.. I just love your idea..

http://thescrapbookingqueen1.blogspot.com/
The Scrapbooking Queen

The Scrapbooking Queen said...

OMGosh that is so cute.. I just love your idea..

http://thescrapbookingqueen1.blogspot.com/
The Scrapbooking Queen

mbchoj said...

what a cool idea, Love the hop getting ao many ideas. now just to find time for them all. Mary Beth'
mbchoj@aol.com

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