For this one, I cut the template out on green cardstock. The front panel has a piece of trendy chevron patterned paper, matted on a yellow panel for a little contrast. I stamped the “Let’s mix it up!” sentiment from the What’s Cooking set from My Favorite Things on a small yellow circle and attached that to the panel. I knotted a piece of yellow satin ribbon around the panel, just underneath the words. I found a package of fun citrus cabochons at the craft store recently—aren’t they perfect for this project? I added one of them to the top of the circle as an accent.
I used another small piece of the same chevron patterned paper to line the inside of the drink mix holder. After punching a hole in the top of the holder so it could hang from a bottle of water and adding a paper "ring" around the opening to reinforce it, all that was left was filling the holder with a few drink mix packets.
I hope you’ll join us for this week’s challenge. Upload a photo of your project to the PCP gallery with the keyword 3d126 so I can add it to the album with the rest of this week’s creations. Directions on uploading your project to the gallery can be found HERE.
a la modes What’s Cooking Stamp set (My Favorite Things); Memento Tuxedo Black ink (Tsukineko); Grass Green cardstock (Gina K Designs); Daffodil Delight cardstock (Stampin’ Up!); Kraft Like a Rockstar Green ink (Clear and Simple Stamps); Lime Twist-Life of the Party "Happy Day" designer paper (My Mind’s Eye); YG17 marker Copic); circle punches (EK Success); circle dies (Spellbinders); citrus cabochons (Jolee’s Boutique); clear crystal (Studio 18) Lemon Tart satin ribbon (Papertrey Ink); Scor-Pal, ScorTape