Today I have some fun sour cream containers turned carrots to share with you. These fun little gifts are filled with jelly beans for Easter, but you can easily change them up for any season or event.
Here's how to create these Carrot Treats:
- Cut paper into 3” x 4” rectangles
- Stamp and emboss floral design
- Roll into a cylinder
- Glue together using strong adhesive (I used my hot glue gun)
- Pinch one end together and glue
- Fill with candy
- Die cut grass for carrot top
- Pinch the other open together in the opposite direction from the 1st
- Add grass and staple closed
Note: I added used some ripe persimmon distress ink to darken the edges of my containers, and added dark green highlights to my carrot tops with rustic wilderness.
Supplies and tools:
- From Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps:
- Floral Background
- Tall Grass Die
- Hoppy Spring
- Circle Die Set
- Versamark Watermark Ink Pad
- White Embossing Powder
- Arteza Real Brush Pens
- Large Scallop Circle Dies (Spellbinders)
- These colors of Distress Ink (Ranger):
- Ripe Persimmon, Rustic Wilderness
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I love these! I remember doing these sour cream containers a long time ago, and your all-over stamping and embossing really makes them extra special. The "grass" is a perfect addition, and that chick...so cute! Thanks for playing with our Easter challenge this week at the Players!
Esther, these are great! I've never tackled little packages like this but now I'm definitely inspired. Thank you for sharing them with us at The Paper Players.
What a fun way to present an Easter treat! Love the use of the grass and the chick is so cute! Thanks for playing with my Easter theme challenge over at The Paper Players this week!
Oh my goodness are these ever adorable, love the papers, those chics are too cute and I love your grass coming out of the tops!
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