To start off I looked through my scraps to find any papers left that could be cut down to 4.50" x 6".
From there I added Scor-tape along just one of the 4.50" edges and on both edges of the 6" sides.
I removed the backing of the adhesive from just one 6" length and from the top edge and rolled the paper up into what looked like a small tube.
From there I flattened one end of the tube, filled it with treats and then on the other edge I closed the opening in the opposite direction of what the other end was. I used my scoring tool and scored three lines on both ends. It now looks like a cute take out sour cream container! From there I punched a small hole and added a 10" piece of the Fancy Pants Seam Binding Collection in various colors to the top and then used a cute stamp and punch from my stash, inked them using Prima's dark rust chalk ink, and added them to the front of each treat container.
Just a really quick, fun way to use up those scraps that would end up being forgotten or thrown away.
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Happy Scrappin! ......Cheryl