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September 11, 2007

Tic Tac Tutorial

Img_1623_3 Here's the tutorial for the Tic Tac Holder....it's very very easy but I wanted to include pictures so that  you would completely understand.

Sorry it took me several days.....I'm still trying to figure out Photoshop Elements 5.0, if anyone has any quick pointers I'd be happy to listen!!

Here's the list of supplies: 

Black Cardstock:  4 5/8 x 3, score at 2 & 2 5/8, Pumpkin Pie Cardstock 2 7/8 x 1 7/8, White Cardstock 1 1/2 x 2 1/2,  Small corner Rounder,  16" Black Gingham Ribbon, Scallop Punch, 1 3/8 Circle Punch, Sponge (black ink), Pumpkin and Black SW Markers, Trimmer and Scoring blade. Sticky Strip, Stampin' Dimensionals, Big Pack Tic Tacs. Stamps used were Batty for You and Booglie Eyes.

Img_1627 Attach Tic Tacs To Black cardstock using Sticky Strip (strong holding adhsesive).

Img_1628 I took the Ribbon all the way around the tic tac holder and then ran it under the scallop between the two Dimensionals and tied a bow.

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This is so cute, love the stamp, thanks for sharing this tutorial

Very Cute idea!!!

Girl! I have my orange tic tacs ready to go! Wow! You are one persistent lady! You really have the patience you figure things out (your new computer and software)!

Great tutorial, Angie!! I love these, and need to try them. (I see you were able to add your watermark *wink*)

This is soooo FUN!....and would you believe that I JUSTJUSTJUST completed an on-line survey about this product....gonna have to do this one!!Keep the tutes coming!!

Oh My Gosh....I love love love love this !!! How completely adorable !!!! Your tutorials are always the best !!!

Have a great day :)

Awesome tutorialo girlie .. Must get to making at least one .. Your soo Awesome .. I will call you later this afternoon .. I am going to hit the gym this morning and get to post office will hopfully stamp one of these some time today ..
Your the bestest ..
Love ya
Dawn

So cool! Thanks Angie! These will be fun to make for Chloe's class Halloween Party!! Great job on the tutorial and pics!!

what a great tutorial angie - thanks for sharing!

what a great tutorial angie - thanks for sharing!

Thanks for the tutorial. What a fantastic idea!!!

Angie,
So adorable. I have so many things waiting to be covered. I would have never thought about tic tacs!! GReat tutorial.

thanks for the great tutorial! this is a must try!

This is absolutely adorable!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

Ooooh, great tutorial! :)

Wow! Very cute idea!!

Ohmigosh this is just darling! Thanks for sharing how you did it. :)

this is just so stinkin' cute!! i MUST try them!!! and how about some cute Christmas ones, too!!! hmmmmm...........

I happened across your blog by a post about a tutorial you did and had to leave a note! I love your blog, great tutorials. These little tic tac guys are so cute! Thanks for sharing!

Thanks for the tutorial, but where did you find the big container of tic tacs?? I've looked at 3 different stores. The ones I find are the smaller ones.

Thanks for the tutorial, but where did you find the big container of tic tacs?? I've looked at 3 different stores. The ones I find are the smaller ones.

Thanks for the tutorial, but where did you find the big container of tic tacs?? I've looked at 3 different stores. The ones I find are the smaller ones.

Thanks for the tutorial, but where did you find the big container of tic tacs?? I've looked at 3 different stores. The ones I find are the smaller ones.

these are great!!!

I think this is the cutest, do you have a tute on the christmas organizer notebook? Someone cased your's and the gave you the credit for it! It is adorable, would like to try my hand on this.
Thank you,
Nancy

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