Halloween Cup Tutorial

Halloween_cup_tutorial_010_2 Isn’t this sooo cute??  I just had to share with ya.  For those of you that made it to Convention, I heard that Jaron showed you how to make these cute little booking cups.   The sky is the limit with these cups, there’s no tags or stamping on this one…but image if you added that!!! 

I know, they look like those cute little baskets using the toliet paper rolls, but these are soooo much easier and I’m positive I can make more than 6  an hour!!!! (For my open house I made the TP baskets and it took me two hours to make 12 of them.)

Thanks for the instructions Debbie (I tweaked it alittle)!!!!!

Here’s the tutorial…if you have questions just let me know!!  I forgot to take a picture of all the supplies, but I will list them. 

Supplies:  3 oz Dixie cup, Creepy Crawly Designer paper, Basic Black & Pumpkin Pie Cardstock (I used Confetti white cardstock to create my template), Black Brads, Black Grosgrain  Ribbon, Sticky Strip, Scissors, Paper Piercer & candy!!  You can also use the bigger cups, but they will cost more to fill them (and even if you fill them will cute crinkle paper, that’s expensive too!!)

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Halloween_cup_tutorial_008 Are you trying to figure out what’s in that picture with the paper piercer?  That is one of the old Antenna balls that Stampin’ Up sold years ago…that’s where I keep my paper piercer!!(I know it’s not a ball but what do you call those things you put on the end of your car antenna?)

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Comments

  1. Cute and thanks for the tutorial, it looks really simple and give a big wow.

  2. Thanks for the great tutorial!!

  3. Great tutorial – very easy to follow. Thanks!

  4. So cute Angie! what a great little basket!

  5. Great tutorial! :)

  6. Katie

    Wonderful of you to take the time to write all this out! So cute and really appreciate you! Katie :)

  7. Thanks for another great tutorial, Angie!! What an adorable little treat cup!

  8. Ali

    So cute and so versatile! Great for any occasion-Thanks for the tutorial!

  9. WOw….I heard about these at my upline meeting…soooooo cute!…and a GREAT idea for Open House! Thanks for another GREAT tute!

  10. What a cute idea! I can see this as an easter basket, a birthday party favor and more! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  11. OH my goodness you know exactly what I am thinking dont you ? your so S-M-A-R-T! you’re on a roll with the tutorials
    :-) They are GREAT!
    Love ya
    Dawn

  12. Sandra

    Thanks for the tutorial.. I’m such a visual person, so it really helps to have step by step pictures. Thank you for taking the time to post it on your blog. I’m so glad Debbie shared the instructions with you!

  13. Pattyjo

    That is just adorable! Thank you for the inspiration! I am going to do this for the Halloween treats this year.

  14. Hey, thanks for the great Dixie cup tutorial…I was at convention and had already forgotten! But the reason I wanted to comment was because YES I knew exactly what the SU logo paper piercing pad was…I still have one of those on the antennae of my car and a couple of extras which I have used for new downline gifts, etc. Cute idea to use it for a piercing pad! Jan

  15. CUTE CUTE CUTE! I still have a few of those antenna “balls”! Now I know what to do with them! Besides put on my car!!
    Adorable candy holder!
    Love your blog!

  16. debbie

    I am THRILLED to have found your site! Your tutorials are very well done. I am in a Stampin’ Up club and absolutley love it. But your videos sure give me more wonderful ideas! I also do a mega amount of scrapbooking, so every new idea really helps.

    thanx

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