Milk Carton Treat Holder or Bird House?

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Yesterday, was my Big Shot club and we used the Milk Carton die to create a treat holder.  This die is very varsatile and is lots of fun to play with.   The only tip I have for you is make sure you fold ALL your score lines good before trying to assemble.  Here is the treat holder the group made:

These little cartons are so cute!  Change the card stock color or use DSP and they can be made for any occasion.

You can also create cute little bird houses with this die too.  Here is a little Bird House ornament I also showed them:
 

Isn’t this just too cute!  These would look so nice on the Christmas tree.  I used the Sticky Strip along the roof edges and stuck the Silver Glass Glitter to it. 

If you would like to purchase the supplies to create these cute little boxes you can go to my website here:  gcalkins.stampinup.net

Here is your supply list for the Bird House:
Milk Carton Die #117310 $32.95
Standard Premium Crease Pad #113476 $8.95
Big Shot #113439 $99.95
Glass Glitter Silver #120995 $3.95
Sticky Strip #104294 $6.95
1 1/4″ Circle Punch #119861 $15.95
Bird Punch#117191 $16.95
Real Red 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon #119251 $5.95
Scallop Edge Border Punch #119882 $15.95

Treat Holder:
Milk Carton Die #117310 $32.95
Standard Premium Crease Pad #113476 $8.95
Big Shot #113439 $99.95
Sticky Strip #104294 $6.95
1 1/4″ Circle Punch #119861 $15.95
Scallop Circle Punch #119854 $16.95
Real Red 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon #119251 $5.95
Candy  Cane Christmas Designer Series Paper #120809 $11.95
Grateful Greetings Stamp Set #116511 $36.95
Large Tag Punch #119876 $15.95
Rhinestone Jewels #119246 $4.95
1/2″ Library clips (on the Clearance Rack)

Speaking of the Clearance Rack have you checked it out latelyLOTS Of New Stuff!  Remember the clearance rack is while supplies last so if you see something you want get it ASAP or it will be gone.

Have a Great Day!
Glenda

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