Valentine’s Day is is a great opportunity to remember those you work with in a special way. I have found that just the simple little handmade gift is especially appreciated. Seeing some Tic Tac Holders on Pinterest for all sorts of holidays-especially cute is the holder with the little snowman and his belly is cut out to show the tic tacs. Finding just the right size heart for the front of these was difficult. I made 48 of these. That’s how many Tic Tac Boxes I had! Amazon is amazing. I bought a bulk order of Tic Tacs. I’ve decided if you can’t find what you want on Amazon then it’s not available anywhere else!
Here is my creation. The Basic Folder is Real Red or Whisper White Card Stock cut 5″ X 3″.Score at 2 1/8″ and 2 5/8″. I mass cut these and rounded the corners using the Project Life Corner Rounder. Next I cut a piece of Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack at 4 3/4″ X 2 3/4″ and again rounded all the corners. Before attaching the DSP I cut a 14″ piece of Real Red 1/8″ Grosgrain Ribbon (also used Whisper White on the Real Red Card Stock) and adhered to the upper 1/3 of the outside. Then I attached the DSP with Snail Adhesive on all the edges, folded on the score lines and die cut the little heart on the front piece using the heart die from the Baker’s Box Thinlets Die set. Next I stamped the sentiment on the inside using Real Red Ink.
Here is the back side.
And a side view.
Here is the inside:
The front is finished using the Lace Doilies (Occasions Catalog) on the Whisper White Side cut into 1/4’s. Using the Duet Banner Punch I punched out Whisper White and Real Red Card Stock. Before layering these I stamped in Real Red Be Mine from the Bloomin Love Stamp Set. The Tic Tac Box was adhered using Fast Fuse to the spine of the inside and attaching firmly. Last assemble Lace Doily 1/4 Product List
banners and using Fast Fuse adhere to the front! Done.