Saturday, August 19, 2017

back to school teacher gift

Hi Everyone! Today I wanted to share some fun treat holders that I made for some Art Teachers my children had over the summer.  I decided to make another one for the new art teacher at our school and decided to film it as well so that you would have the directions. 
This is not my invention, I found it on Pinterest and thought it was just so fun! I love to watercolor, I love treat holders, and I love my art teachers, so this was a perfect project for me.  The original designer's name is Dawn Thomas and here is her original post.  It is such an awesome little box! I reworked the directions a little bit, and used a new die for the ovals as the ones mentioned were no longer current products, but the look is the same.

It is really simple and I made a quick how to video for you to see it step by step.

Start with a piece of basic black cardstock at 5 1/4 by 8 1/2, which means you can get 2 from one sheet of cardstock!! Score as shown below.

I hope you will give this project a try.  I think it would be a nice teacher appreciation day treat as well. Here is the supply list.

Product List

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