Halloween Sour Cream Treat Containers-Facebook Live

     Hey everyone! Are you ready for the weekend? Any big plans? Not here, just going to work on some crafty things. My husband and I may go to a ghost tour of an old inn up in the Painted Desert, but unsure yet. Did you catch my Facebook Live yesterday? I made this really cute Halloween treat sour cream container. If you did miss it I have included it below. Here they are.....

      These are so easy and quick to make. What took the longest was just the coloring of all the animals, but you don't need to be that detailed. The containers are 4"x 5" in size. This seemed to be the perfect size for me.
     As I said in the video, I would only put food that is in a protective wrapper, and if you are giving these to small children I would only use tape to close them as staples may harm them. Also, if giving to small children I wouldn't put the Spider Trinket on as this could pose a choking hazard. The container would look just as cute with just the ribbon because it is so sparkly!

     You could do these for any occasion. They would be really cute for Christmas too. A cute idea would be as Christmas ornaments! I would just make a loop with my chosen ribbon instead of what I did so that they could be hung on a tree.

     Again, I cut the ribbon to about 4-1/2" and the twine was about 5", but you make them any length you want. Here is the live I did yesterday. I will continue to do a Facebook live every Thursday at 3pm MST unless it is a holiday or some unforeseen circumstance happens so I hope to see you there next week because I will be showing my promotion for the Snowflake Showcase. Here is my page.

     Have a great weekend everyone and I will see you again with a new post on Monday. Thanks for looking.



Here is what I used to make this card, click on any item to go to my shopping page to purchase the item!


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