Last week I shared the “candle gift card holder” on the right and people went crazy over this fun (and EASY) project. However, I think people have bought up the entire stock of these candles. They are from the Dollar Tree and no one can find them anymore! But they are so dang cute! So, I decided to make another version, a bit smaller, to hold these mini coffee cups! These cups are available on Amazon–they are 4 oz espresso cups!
The directions are exactly the same as the candle one, just the measurements are a bit different!
Here is the original video–watch it to see how easy, just scroll down for the new measurements for the smaller version!
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For the box, you need 3 pieces of cardstock.
Main Part of Box: 4 3/4″ x 4 3/4″ (score at 1″ on all sides)
Insert to hold cup: 2 3/4″ x 8 1/4″ (score at 1″, 3 3/4″, 4 3/4″ and 7 1/2″)
Punch a 2″ circle in the middle of one of 2 3/4″ square sections. To easily center it, I punched a 2″ circle from some scrap paper and adhered with just a little adhesive where I wanted to punch. Then I inserted into my punch and lined up the scrap circle (I hope that makes sense)
Gift Card holder: 2 5/8″ x 7″ (score at 3″)
For the wrap around the cup, I took one of the cups apart to have a pattern to just trace on the paper and cut out. I then used the Tombow liquid adhesive to adhere onto a cup!
And here is another picture of the first one I shared. Just click on the picture to go to that post to see more pictures and all of the measurements.
Here are the main supplies you need to make this project. Just click on any picture to go to the online store and place an order.
I hope you like this project. Leave me a comment if you do. I love to hear from you!
As always, if you have any questions let me know. I am here to help you with all your stamping needs.
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