I decided to make these for the kids at the school where I work of the morning time. I have been wanting to try some of these ever since my friend Amy aka Scraparazzi posted some she made on the Cricut message board.
I can't believe how easy they were to make! I made about 40 in about two hours...of course Gibbs *okie wonders if people will know she means NCIS* kept interrupting me. And man oh man...who doesn't want to be interrupted by Gibbs! *okie drifts on in a dream land and smiles slightly*
gibbs is always welcome to interupt craft projects. Love the sour cream containersReplyDelete
I love the sour cream containers, I made a bunch for Thanksgiving to use as name place cards. Everyone loved them, especially the chocolate inside! Nice job, the are so festive!ReplyDelete
Okie-how did you seal the ends of the containers?ReplyDelete
They're cute and the kids will really like them.
so now I know who Gibbs is, I don't watch that show but I saw women arguing over him on the cricut message board!ReplyDelete
Okie... since we both know Gibbs is still "hot" despite the fact that he's no spring chicken says a lot about the great containers... I would've had the tags on backwards or something.. Nice Job!ReplyDelete
Shirley, How do you make these??? They are really cute.ReplyDelete
Gibbs is welcome to interrupt me with a head slap anytime.ReplyDelete
Great job on these containers. Despite your great distraction these are fabulous!
o my you always make me smike when I visit your blog. You made beautiful cards and i love the boxes you made, great job eventhou you got distracted.ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend.
Im sure the kids loved these. I'll have to try some one day. Thanks for all your ideas...your blog makes me smile.ReplyDelete
I agree Gibbs is always welcome interupt craft projects.!!!! YUM. Love these sour cream containers you made. Thanks for sharing how easy they are to make. Scrappingpinklady at the Cricut mb.ReplyDelete
thanks, okieladybug for the clear directions. I will have to try these for valentine's day!ReplyDelete