Friday, April 22, 2016

Hand Sanitizer Holder

I got this idea and instructions from Dawn Griffith's blog. It is easier than it looks. I started with a piece of 2-1/8" x 11" piece of Lost Lagoon cardstock scored at 1/2", 2", 3", 6-1/4", 7-1/4", 9-1/2" and 10-1/2". I added DSP (pieces measuring 2"x2-1/8", 2"x3-1/8" and 2"x1-78" to to three sections that make up the front and back of the holder. The stamped medallion is made using the Amazing Birthday stamp set and circle and scallop circle punches. Before assembling the holder you use a circle punch to make the hole for the lid to poke through and little holes on each side of that for the thick Baker's twine. You also make holes in the very top section for the Baker's twine. Thread and knot the twine and then use a strong adhesive to glue the half inch tab to the rear panel. Then carefully jiggle (it's a fairly tight fit) the hand sanitizer into place. I added some little punched posies and pearls to the front to dress it up a bit.

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