Friday, October 28, 2011

Hand Sanitizer Holder

On Wednesday, I showed you one of the projects for Tammy's class. Her second request was for a teacher gift.  I was running out of time to get something designed before I left for vacation so I reached into last year's Christmas Projects and decided to offer the ever popular Hand Sanitizer Holder.  I hope they are as big a hit with Tammy's friends as they were at my class last year.

There are a few different patterns and tutorials for these floating around on the internet.  For these, I used the directions from the amazingly talented Kimberly Van Diepen's blog stampinbythesea.com.  I like them because you can get four out of one sheet of card stock and the Simply Scored tool make them super easy to make too.

Colors: Old Olive, Riding Hood Red, Whisper White.  Stamps: Warmest of Wishes. Punches: Decorative Label Punch, Medium Oval Punch. Tools: Simply Scored. Accessories: Letters to Santa Designer Series Paper, Riding Hood Red 3/8" Taffeta Ribbon, Gold Brads.  Other: super thin neodymium magnets, hand sanitizer
If you are interested in hosting your own workshop or private class for your friends, let me know. Time is running short to get classes in before the Holidays so let's get it on the calendar now.

6 comments:

Mickey Roberts said...

Super cute, Paula!

Yapha said...

Great teacher gift! Super cute, and teacher's can never have enough hand sanitizer!

Tanya Boser said...

So cool!! I have to make some of these!

Shelley Z said...

Very cute! Fabulous idea for a teacher gift!

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Great idea for a teacher gift!

Adriana Benitez said...

Very, very cute! Would make a great gift for tellers, too!