Tic Tac Treat

I used the large Tic Tac containers for this project. For the base of the project I used the Cricut cart George. I was able to cut 6 at a time.

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Score at 2 3/8 and 3.
Fold and crease.

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If you would like for your cover to tie shut, it’s easier to add the ribbon now so the ribbon can be covered with paper.
Now you can choose how you would like to decorate your cover. I punched small hearts so that the Tic Tacs would show through. I think a larger heart punched would be nice, but my punches were not the correct size.
Be sure to use extra tacky tape when you attach your Tic Tac container.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Patti
    Feb 11, 2012 @ 21:24:49

    Sherry, this is a wonderful idea! thanks so much for sharing. I am going to save this so I can do it too.

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Sherry Holton Nodine
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