Sour Cream Container Treat Holder

Friday, June 21, 2013

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Today I have another video for you showing an oldie but a goodie again. This type of treat holder is called a sour cream container and you can make it in many different sizes depending on what you want to put inside it.

The treat holder in my video was made from a 6″ X 6″ piece of Birthday Basics designer series paper #130145 $10.95. So if you make them all 6 X 6 you will get 8 treat holders out of 2 sheets of DSP. If you did the whole package of DSP you would get 48 treat holders enough for an entire class.

Here is the treat holder finished:
Sour Cream Front

I used the Tag a Bag Accessory Kit #130153 $7.95 to coordinate with my DSP and to make a quick and easy tag for my treat holder.

Here’s a side view:
Sour Cream Side

Here is the video:

This is a great project to do with the kids, so quick and easy and they’ll have a lot of fun filling them up and sticking them closed.

Sour Cream Treat Holder

These also make fun Halloween, Valentine, bridal shower, wedding favors just change up the DSP and you can make them for any and all occasions.

To order any of the products used to create these fun treat holders go to my website HERE.

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