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Sour Cream Box- Tutorial

Sour Cream Box- Tutorial 

This Sour Cream Box post has been a LONG LONG time coming and I know that it will make one person in particular happy.  First I have to express my sincere gratitude for her patience in waiting for this tutorial to come to life.

Back in July I made my team some of these Sour Cream Boxes below and said I would share how I created them.  …. 4 months later… Kimberly comes to the rescue.

Here is the original Sour Cream Boxes I created:

Sour Cream Box, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Today I am going to share 3 different Sour Cream Boxes that you can create.  Below is a video on how I created them.

I know …. 2 videos in a row this week.  WHOA! It’s been a good week in my stamp room.  Actually, an unusual one.

Here are all three together.  Each one a bit different the way they are embellished. This is what I’m excited to share about today.

Sour Cream Box, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Do you find that you have a ton of great products lying around your crafting space but you are unsure how to utilize them for the right things?

Make sure to watch the video below, it’s there you will see how layering some of the most common products we have on hand can be used and in abundance.


Halloween Treats Made Easy

I used the Sweet Hauntings stamp set for this Sour Cream Box.  The Note Tag punch coordinates perfect with this stamp set.

Sour Cream Box, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Christmas Treats Made Easy

Below are two Christmas themed Sour Cream Boxes, and the last box is the one I share how to create in the video.

Both of these will show you how to create using the Winter Wonderland DSP along with the Winter Wonderland Vellum Stack placed together. This gives a unique look that I loved.  As if it wasn’t elegant enough using the Winter Wonderland DSP alone, the Vellum just added double the elegance.

Sour Cream Box, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator



Sour Cream Box, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

The tag for this box above comes from the Oh, What Fun stamp set.  Excellent greetings in this set and the fonts are awesome.

I have one last little Sour Cream box I created long ago using modeling paste and a stencil.  This was a much smaller Sour Cream Box but oh so fun with the tassels.

Sour Cream Box, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


I’ve made plenty of Sour Cream Boxes over the years because it’s the one box that comes to mind when I’m in a pinch for something sweet and cute.

I hope this gives you tons of ideas on different ways to create them.  Whether you are using Designer Series Paper or cardstock, more than likely these are supplies right at your finger tips ready to create with.

If you are looking for more embellishments to add to your Sour Cream Box, click HERE to shop in my store.  There you will find lots of great products to embellish with.

Start Planning for Easter!

Start Planning for Easter!

As crafters we are already looking ahead to the next holiday to see what we can create next.  Another beautiful holiday is approaching- Easter.  

What are your top things you love to make for Easter? Do you have a DIY project on your radar? 

I have the solution for a fast DIY 3-D project today. 

 Paper sour cream containers never get old.  They are easy to make, perfect to hold a treat and kids can get involved making them.  

Carrot, Sour Cream container, Easter Papercrafts

My favorite part of this Carrot was creating the top using my Fringe Scissors and Filter Paper by Stampin’ Up! 

Carrot, Sour Cream container, Easter Papercrafts
Create It! 

  •  Cut your cardstock or Designer paper to  4 x 6.  Fold like a toilet paper roll and adhere with a strong adhesive. I recommend Fast Fuse. 
  • Seal one of the ends of your toilet paper roll with Fast Fuse.  You will want to fill your container with a special treat.  Chocolate always wins in my house.  
  • Take 2 round Neutral Filter Papers and fold in half twice. Using Fringe scissors cut the Filter paper.  Fold the Filter Paper again making it extra fluffy.  Just stop to admire this.  Seriously, it’s cute at this point and we haven’t finished.  
  • Tuck your Filter paper into the top of the sour cream container and staple it shut.  
  • Create your tag.  Cut a banner using the Banner framelits and Whisper White cardstock.  Stamp an Easter Greeting using the For Peeps’ Sake clear stamp set.  (Click on the link to see just how CUTE this set is!)  Great set for Chalk Art cards OR because you need it for Peeps’ sake! 
  • Staple the tag onto the sour cream container and you are finished.  

Carrot, Sour Cream container, Easter Papercrafts
Are  you ready to create a few For Peeps’ Sake Easter treats? What ever you do, make today a fun creating day and make something pretty.  

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