Wednesday, February 3, 2010

A Candy Holder


I can't believe that Valentine's Day is just under two weeks away!! Better get going on some ideas for those of you (like me) who are not ready for it yet!!! I picked up some of these plastic tubes (shown below) from Stamps & Memories a little while ago, but could never figure out what to do with them. So, I came up with a pattern for a carrier that you can download here.



Cut along the solid lines and fold along the dotted lines. Place double stick tape on all the tabs, except for 3 tabs on the right pattern piece (as shown below):


Below is a picture of the 2 pieces put together. Place the piece on the right (with the cutout hole facing down, and cover closed) on to the piece on the left...matching top edges. Open the cover to slip the tube into the carrier.


Here's another "more traditional" one:


And one for Girl's Day (while I was at it):


I used good old scotch tape to attach a silver cord to the back of my cutout image...then tied a crystal flower to the end of the cord and dangled it from the Girl's Day sentiment.

Before I go, here are a few projects I've seen (out in blogland) using Dandelion Design stamps:

Sue's Stamping Stuff

Crazy for Papercrafts

Life is Sweet

Enjoy!!!

9 comments:

Lynn said...

Another cleverly designed project! I have some square tubes that I've emptied of candy so will try to make some treat holders similar to yours. Thanks for the idea and have a sweet Valentine's Day!

MsJay said...

I love this project. I just have to make a few of these. Thanks for sharing the template. I will post a pic on my blog.

mst822 said...

Your valentine treat holders are so cute! Luv all of them! So creative! Thank you for sharing your template!
Tammy

Jenny said...

These are great project and good idea. I also need to get going on some Valentine's project. TFS!

Sue from Oregon said...

Wow...fun project...I love making things with those tubes! Thanks for the shout out!

Saskia said...

Great and funny!!!!!

Saskia :)

Naya said...

Love this project. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

Jen said...

Super cute! Love how you turned some simple plastic tubes into a darling gift.
Thanks for sharing

Joy said...

Hi Jean!

I loved this project so much that I Super-sized your project with our larger tubes, since that's what I have.

Love all your great Ideas and TFS!Have a great Valentine's/Chinese Ne Year weekend!