Monday, December 7, 2015

Mini Coffee Cup Treat Holder - So Adorable!

Treat cups made with Merry Moments Designer Series Paper and Peaceful Pines Stamp set and coordinating Framelits.

 Aren't these just the cutest little coffee cups you have ever seen? 

These are filled with yummy candy treats and were given to some dear friends this weekend at our annual ornament exchange. This was a little extra treat stuck in their bags! 

I found the cups at Clarks Restaurant store. This is local to me, but they also have a website where they can be ordered and shipped by clicking here Webstaurant Store

  •  This is what the cup and lid look like. I noticed in the link to the online store that the cups are white. 
  • I carefully took the cup apart so that I would have a template to outline on my designer paper.
  • I used a pen and traced around the template and cut it out.

  • I chose to use the Tear & Tape Adhesive because it is a strong adhesive. I put a piece on each side and the bottom of the paper. 

  • I started at the seam of the cup and wrapped the paper completely around.
  • I tucked the paper into the bottom of the cup
  • and used my bone folder to smooth the edges. 
  • A nice finished look! 

I stamped the tree and ornaments from the Perfect Pines stamp set and cut them out using the coordinating Perfect Pines Framelits Dies. These are bundled together for a 15% savings but can be purchased separately. 
I will be making lots of these little treat cups in the coming days! Ready to give them a try?

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  1. Coffee cups are so so cute. Thanks for sharing the instructions.

  2. Debbie-thanks for sharing! Can you tell me please how many cup wraps can you get out of one 12x12 dsp?

    1. Sharon you can get 4 maybe 5 depending on how you position the template.

  3. thank you so much Debbie! I am making these with the gift card holder for our vets, techs, and office staff! Headed to our "local" (1+ hrs away)Hobby Lobby tomorrow so perfect timing in responding! Hope you have a great Christmas and a ha['y, healthy and blessed New Year!

    1. You are welcome Sharon. Have fun creating! Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year to you as well!