Friday, December 21, 2012

Easy Stocking Stuffer

Good Morning Flockinistas!
It's Alicia again, here with a really cute and EASY project for you guys using some of the great items you can get in the Flamingo Scraps store!  These "sour cream containers" (so named because of their resemblance to single serve sour cream) can be used as a stocking stuffer, party favor, or treat bag!

To begin, I used some of Pink Paislee's City Sidewalks line paper and cut it into a 4"x 8" strip.
 Then you need to run a strip of adhesive along one of the short edges and along the long edges on the back of the paper.
 Once your adhesive has been applied, roll the strip of paper into a tube and adhere the ends overlapping one another.
 Then, press one end of the tube closed to form a pocket and then fill with your goodies!

Pinch the open end closed in the opposite direction of the way you closed up the other side.  One side will be flat on your table and the other will be standing up.  I used the from the Teresa Collins "Christmas Cottage" stamps to create a cute little label for my treat container.
These can be used year round, just depending on the patterned paper that you choose to use.  Here is a Valentine's themed one using the new "Secret Crush" paper and epherma from Pink Paislee.

Until next time!!


  1. This is a really neat idea for stuffers. Thanks so much for showing us the instructions!!! Hugs!!

  2. Love making these little guys. the kids love them too. I also make them for Valentines. Great post.


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