Monogrammed Mints

mintsHey stampers! I have a quickie for you today!

mintcaseI was in line at Aldis and spotted these mints for $1 each. Because the top is flat – and because we stampers are always eye-balling items that can be used for our next stamping project 🙂 – I realized these would be easy to cover with paper. So I quickly scooped up several containers and created these.

IMG_4793The labels are printed on a metallic-looking plastic which, to my delight, peel off easily without any resistance.

Our 2-1/2” Circle Punch is perfect to cover the top without extending beyond the edges of the lid when the container is open.

closeupThe other punches used are the 1-3/4” Scallop Circle, 1-3/8” Circle and 1-1/4” Circle. I pierced the holes in the scalloped edges with our Paper-Piercing Tool and Stampin’ Pierce Mat.

The Pacific Point starburst was made with the Scallop Circle Punch. Go here for a video tutorial on how to create the starburst edges.

I hope you have an Aldis near you. If so, have fun creating your own hand-stamped packaged mints!

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