Tic Tac Book Tutorial using Stampin’ Up Supplies
I think everyone loves Tic Tacs. They’re great to have in your bag or pocket. If you don’t like mint, then there are plenty of alternative flavours, and they make a fab little craft fayre goodie to sell.
It would seem that us here in the UK are lucky enough to have a whole load of different flavours that the rest of the world don’t have access to, but no matter which flavour you can get, you can be sure there’s a Stampin’ Up! colour to suit!!!
And while my idea here isn’t original in the sense that other people have ‘dressed up’ tic tacs, could I find the project on Pinterest I saw last Christmas? No! And I have now learned that Noughts and Crosses is called Tic Tac Toe overseas! Who knew?! So I have come up with the measurements and internal holder myself, but thank you to whoever it was who did a wintery version last year!
Anyway, please do enjoy my video showing you my little Tic Tac Book, with spine decoration too!
Cardstock for book 4 1/4 x 2 1/2″ (10.5 x 7cm)
Score at 1 3/4 & 2 3/8″ (4.5 & 6cm)
Internal panel 7 x 1 3/4″ (17.5 x 2cm)
DSP panels – 2 1/4 x 1 1/2 ” (6.5 x 4cm) 2 OF THESE! 2 1/4 x 3/8″ (6.5 x 1cm) AND 2 3/8 x 5/8″ (6 x 1.5cm)
Products used and showcased
Cardstock – Whisper White, Pistachio Pudding, Rose Red, Pink Pirouette
Designer Series Paper – Pistachio Pudding, Pink Pirouette
Stamp Set – Teeny Tiny Sentiments
Ink – Pistachio Pudding, Rose Red
Decoration – Whisper White and Pink Pirouette Taffeta Ribbon, Basics Rhinestones
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