Sweet Cups – Unicorn Treat Holder

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Sweet Cup – Unicorn Treat Holder

I’m back continuing with the How Sweet It Is series, and next up are these adorable Sweet Cups from the suite.  I turned them into unicorns, and I know my grand-daughter is going to absolutely love this!  

The first thing she will probably say, “did you make this for me Bebe”?  And of course, I will say I sure did baby girl!

Would these not be an adorable at a little girls birthday party as favors for the attendees?  What about at a women’s event/gathering?  I sure would love one of these cute little treat holders, wouldn’t you?

 Sweet cups How sweet it is suite stamp Set all my love designer series paper stampin’ up! demonstrator  how to  diy  handmade  homemade  rubber stamping  crafts cardmaking

Sweet cups How sweet it is suite stamp Set all my love designer series paper stampin’ up! demonstrator  how to  diy  handmade  homemade  rubber stamping  crafts cardmaking

So sweet, Sweet Cups!

These come together super quick and super easy.  First I cut one 3-1/2″ X 3-1/2″ inch piece of cardstock in Gorgeous Grape, Melon Mambo, and Coastal Cabana.  I then selected one of the scalloped dies in the Layering Circle Dies, and cup the cardstock.  Next, I cut the cardstock in a circular motion to create each of my flowers.  I then used my Take-A-Pick tool to wrap the cardstock around, and around until I created the flower.  I added some Multipurpose Liquid Glue to the bottom and let them set.

I used the leaf die from the Beautiful Layers Dies and cut three leaves using Old Olive Cardstock, one for each flower. 

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I cut the unicorn horn with our Gold Glimmer Paper and adhered it tot he front of the cup using Liquid Multipurpose Glue.  Up next are the leaves, and flowers, also adhered with my liquid glue.  

Using my sponge dauber and Powder Pink Classic Ink Stamp Pad, and added some cheeks to the front of the cup.  I used my Black Stampin’ Write Marker I created some eyelashes.

I used the top of the cup to measure the best fitting Circle from the Layering Circles Dies, then cup and added to the top of the cup, with liquid glue.

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I had some cute purple shreddie and added it to the inside of the cup, then some fun treats like I have here.  There you go, you’re done!

I hope I have inspired you to go create something beautiful and send it on its way, and hand it to someone who I know will love it!  I have included the products I used below, simply select the item and you will be taken directly to my online store, OR download the supply list.  I do appreciate your business so much, and if there is anything I can answer or do for you, please do not hesitate to let me know.

Blessings, and until the next time, remember to hug the ones you love, none of us are promised tomorrow!

4 Comments

  1. How cute are these?!? Love them!
    How did you create the horn?

    • Thank you Emily! I will be uploading the template for the horn very soon. It is super easy to trace and cut with your paper snips!

  2. These are fabulous! Love your creative ideas! Yes, I would also like to know how you created the horn? Please and thank you!

    • Hi Ms. Carol, thank you for your kind comment. I will be uploading the template for the horn very soon. It is super easy to trace and cut with your paper snips!

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