Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Mark’s Finest Papers Christmas in July Blog Hop Challenge- Pringles Cookie Container

Welcome to Mark’s Finest Papers a Heinrich Co’s Christmas in July Blog Hop Challenge! 

Each day, our designers will make sample projects from tutorials. The tutorials can be found on (You can join for free!)
Participants must play in each of the 5 daily challenges. Participants will need to make samples and upload them to our site with the InLinkz button. Participants should follow the daily tutorial to the best of their abilities. Items can be substituted if necessary. Participants should upload to each day’s InLinkz button.

Participants have until August 10, 2014 at  8PM EST to submit their projects with the InLinkz button.

We will have ONE grand prize winner who will get 5 stamp sets of their choice!
Thanks for joining us today! You have until August 10, 2014 at 8PM EST to submit your projects!

 Today's challenge is to make a Pringles Cookie Container. (If you prefer, you could make any season or generic scene. That way you could use it year round!)

Here is Sandy's Tutorial on MFPSpeedyTV

Hi everyone, I have an easy tutorial for you today. To check out the step by step pictures and instructions, please click on the link right above.

So here is my cookie container. I wanted to do a winter theme one because some of my friends are not into the whole red and green, santas and reindeers. This is a perfect color scheme for anyone.

I decorated the lid and added a cue tag that I can put their name on.

Instead of pattern paper, I decided to make my own

Thanks for hopping along! Please visit these DT members' blogs for more samples

Pat G

Hope you stop back on the 1st for my last project


  1. What a wonderful cookie container! Great tutorial.

  2. Very pretty, I like how you layered your snowflake.

  3. fabulous can! gotta love those snowflakes.
    stamping sue

  4. Very lovely with the snowflakes

  5. I like the two tone color canister
    Like the snowflake too!
    Well Done

  6. Love your CAS approach and the stamp you used.