Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Save the gift wrap tubes!!!

Hello everyone and happy happy Hump Day!
Today is my Whimsie Doodles Wednesday, and I wanted to share this fun project with you.
Supplies that you'll need:
*Cardboard tube (paper towel holder, wrapping paper holder, but please no toilet paper rolls...)
*scrap cardstock (one to fit around the tube, another as a circular base)
*ribbon
*eyelets
*image for decoration (optional)



Measure, cut, wrap, glue, decorate. Done.



Heehee! How's that for a quick project? It's soooo super easy and makes a cute little goody bag. Okay okay, you can use toilet paper rolls if you have to, but I'm putting in mints and kisses so I'd rather keep it more sanitary. ;)
{And an oops on my part - I decided to go with darker ribbon instead of the one I originally photographed.}

I colored up my Gingerbread Angel with copics, stickles, and white and red liquid applique. I love using those on dessert inspired images.
Just to let you know, this Whimsie Doodles cutie is not available for purchase...because she's FREE if you become a Whimsie Doodles member over at PCP! Yes, this is the newest image for the next set of followers, click HERE for the main page to join our group.
And now that you have a Whimsie Doodles image, be sure to join in on our PCP weekly challenges. This week, Nikki wants us to be inspired by "Cookies For Santa" - any cards that have circle images on them. I know, mine's not a card, but just look at the fun DP, candy ribbon, cylindrical design, buttons, and hanging ornament! Keeping my fingers crossed that she forgives me.
Enjoy your wonderful Wednesday my blogging friends! I do hope you are being more productive than me this holiday season...
♥ and Aloha

10 comments:

craftykitten said...

Hi Joni,
Ooh you do make me laugh - I lurve your tutorial, "measure, cut, wrap, glue, decorate, done!" Hilarious. Love the project - may just have to try this!
Hugs
Dawn xx

Ann said...

Joni you are just amazing - I too love your instructions - sooooooooooo funny. Love the idea and hopefully will have a go.

Ann xxx

Melissa Craig said...

What a sweet little angel! I love this idea and it's so easy, too!

Tammy said...

What a super fun idea Joni! I'll have to give this a try. Great way to upcycle.

Janice said...

Very cute!! You are always so creative!

Rhonda Miller said...

What a clever idea. Good way to recycle. I love it. TFS.

PaperCrafty said...

Darling treat holder Joni!! You are too funny!! I love this new image and can't wait to play!!

Anita Hovey said...

I was a little concerned about the title so I had to come see what I needed to save for now... LOL I"m already over run with "saved" goodies. Very cute project...I used my mojo on sewing projects for the girls this morning... will be getting crafty tomorrow :)

Maylee said...

What a clever idea!

Denise said...

Wow, clever! That is so cute Joni.