Friday, November 11, 2016

Papertrey Ink Make it Monday # 267 Assembly Line Card Making

Hello there! It is finally becoming cooler in Georgia so I am excited to share the project I have been working on for the latest PTI Make It Monday #267 Assembly Line Card Making Challenge.

I decided instead of making cards I would create gift containers for my holiday needs.

I pulled out Papertrey Ink's Candy Cane Lane patterned paper and added adhesive on the back of the sheet to save a step.

I ran the paper through my die cut machine twice using the Pint Size Wrap Die. This has to be one of my all time favorite dies from Papertrey ink. It is so much fun to cover an ice cream container with paper.

I adhered the two pieces of paper to the container and worked on the topper.

I cut a circle from green cardstock and used Pure Poppy cardstock to cut out the sentiment from the Shaped Sayings Christmas Die. I also added adhesive to the cardstock to make it easy to add it to the green circle.






After attaching the circle to the lid, I added a few sequins for a bit of sparkle and finished with some ribbon.





Thanks Laurie for the inspiration!

Have a great day!

6 comments:

  1. These are so cute and I love how you put the Merry Christmas on the top! That die and striped paper are going on my wish list!

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  2. Oh my gosh, how 'sweet' are these. And I agree with Lainey, love the Merry Christmas on the top! Perfect fit and fun style. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Absolutely love this! I might be inspired to make tags in this style - lucky for me, I have that paper and that die!

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  4. What cheerful containers! These truly say Merry Christmas all over them with the Candy Cane Lane paper and ribbons.

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