September 29

Frosting Container = Pencil Cup

Posted by lori . 3 Comments



A gift my niece made for me for hosting a Stampin’ Up! party.  You can see the inspiration piece at the end of this post.



Frosting container

Craft foam

Craft foam decorations


Scissors (I used a rotary cutting system)

1.  Measure the frosting container.  To measure a round object, take a piece of string and wrap it around the piece.  Lay the string out on a ruler and you have your measurement.  My container measured 3-1/2″ x 10-1/2″.

2.  Cut out a piece of craft foam for the background.  Apply glue to the back.

3.  Wrap the craft foam around the container.

4.  Apply the decorations.

5.  You have a fresh, happy little pencil cup.  Think of all the possibilities.  You can use felt, paper, craft foam or fabric.

This is the inspiration piece.  It has my name on it.

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