Today’s tutorial on Splitcoast is for Sour Cream Container. I thought it would be another great little container to show before Valentine. They are super quick and very easy to make.

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I made this sample when I wrote the tutorial.

I used a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ piece of Le Jardin Designer Paper.

The centerpiece is stamped with stamps from the Carte Postale stamp set.

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I also made a clear sour cream container out of a 1/4″ sheet of acetate and the Happy Heart Day stamp set to show off a slight variation.

 Additional info: I used Sticky Strip to tape my Acetate sour cream container. BUT….after 1 1/2 weeks (yesterday) it popped apart. If you want your sour cream container to hold longer then that, use eyelets or brads additionally on the short ends.

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

20 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Sour Cream Container”

  1. these are very sweet…might have to try one of these!! >”

  2. Super cute! I love the blue and brown together.

  3. So cute, Beate! I especially LOVE that clear one! Adorable!

  4. Oh wow! I never thought of using acetate! Thank you for the great idea! 🙂 Julie

  5. Oh My, I never thought to use acetate. WOWY WOW!!!!!!

    Love it!

    HUGS

  6. These are so cute! I love the clear one, I’ll have to try it!

  7. Love these! When I looked at the first one I thought the sentiment said moonshine. I thought that was odd, ha! I had to tilt my head to see what it really said.

  8. Oh these are wonderful, Beate! What a GREAT idea to use acetate!

  9. What a GREAT idea! I’ve NEVER thought of using acetate but I LOVE the whole clear idea!! What did you use for adhesive though??
    Thanks for the GREAT idea!

  10. These are both so adorable and would be a great idea for kids’ valentines! Thnx for the inspiration – especially for the acetate version (just like everyone else said – these are so creative!)

  11. Love the acetate sour cream container! Did you use something special for the adhesive? Jenny

  12. Beate this is such a cute little container. I am going to make them for my neighbors children. Sorry I havent participated in the weekend challenges lately. I am going to try this weekend.
    I also think it is a wonderful thing you are doing sending cards to all the troops. My son is a reservist here in Canada and is hoping that he can help the cause overseas one day so I think that sending all those cards will make them all feel so good.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

  13. I so love the clear version of it!! Wow!

  14. These are really cute! I do love that acetate one though! I’m crazy about using acetate! Might have to give this one a try! 🙂

  15. Thanks for sharing the clear version. That is really cool, and something I’ve never seen before.

  16. Great containers and I just love the clear version! I never whould have thought of doing that.

  17. OMgosh, I thought you gave me X-ray vision with your photoshop!! Didn’t realize until read some of the other comments it was [email protected]! too coooool!

  18. Very cute! I love the acetate…too bad it didn’t stay put. I’ll have to try one of these too! 😉

  19. I’ve never tried one of these. I really think I need to after seeing your awesome ones!! Thanks for the inspiration, as always!

  20. OMgosh! The acetate ROCKS!

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