Here's a little goody I made for her using Jaded Blossom Birthday Candies circle stamps--which I won at the birthday blog hop for my friend Kate Cordero, btw :)-- and My Creative Time Chocolate Greetings candy die.
Open the BOTTOM of the can, using a safety edge opener - the kind that removes the lid without cutting it.
Prepare your candies and make some crinkle paper stuffing. I used my Fiskar's paper crimper and ran 12 inch strips of paper through, cut it into 4 inch pieces then crumpled it in my hand. Worked great!
Wrap the can with a strip of paper -- for this can I needed a piece 11 inches x 1 3/4 inches. If you want to add any stamped design or personalization, do that before you wrap it around the can. Next, put the candies in the can - remember, you're loading it from the bottom. You want the candies to be what you see first when the top is pulled off, like they are in a little nest, so they go in first. Stuff the crinkle paper in the can; how much of this you need depends how many candies you've used and how full you want the can to be.
Next step is to adhere the bottom of the can back in place. This is not as difficult as it may seem. I simply used Glossy Accents and wrapped a few rubber bands around the can to hold it securely while it dried. Now make the top label and gift tag, and DONE. :)
For my label I used the Love Stings stamp set by Jaded Blossom. The bee is too cute and goes perfectly with the Happy B-Day sentiment, which I used as a border around the label. I used glossy accents on his wings and stickles on his stripes, added googly eyes and, for his antenna, used black heart gems. Super cute!
Thanks for coming by today. Happy weekend my crafty friends! ♥
Jaded Blossom, Birthday Kisses stamp set
Jaded Blossom, Love Stings stamp set
My Creative Time, Build a Banner starburst die
My Creative Time, Chocolate Greetings candy die
My Mind's Eye, Lime Twist - Fly a Kite 6x6 paper pad
Stickles, glossy accents, googly eyes, bling, twine, ink, circle dies