How about a fun little gift to surprise your friends and family with on St. Patrick's Day! This is another project that my stampers made in my St. Patrick's Day Treat Holder Class. Scroll down to the supply list to see the dimensions for the box and how to make the pot.
The top edge of the pot is a strip of card stock 1/4" wide. You glue it on to the top edge and then hand cut the angle with your scissors. I got the idea for this project from fellow Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Lisa Young. I just updated the project using current supplies. You can see Lisa's original here. I added the shamrock using the heart framelits and the Bird Builder Punch.
Here is a "cheat sheet" that I put together for the gals in my classes to use when they were building their "pots". This also shows how I made the shamrock.
The box that Lisa designed is mounted flush to the top of the box – the circles that form the front and back of the "pot" are what hold up this container – so sticky strip is your friend for this project! The lower part of the box is filled with black paper shreddie and the chocolate coins are on top.
Wishing you all the luck of the Irish today! To pick up any of these supplies go to the store here for a "wee bit o' shoppin'!".
St. Patrick’s Pot of Gold with Shamrock “Recipe” -
Gumball Green 126840 scraps for punch and die
Basic Black 121045
Box: 5 ½” x 4 1/2”, score at 1 ½” on all sides
Handle: ½” x 5 ½”
Pot front and back: 3 ½” x 3 ½” (size is before cutting with the circle framelits)
Top Rim: two @ ¼” x 4”
½” Circle Punch 119869 (Circle Shape used to build shamrock
Circles Collection Framelits 130991 (4th from largest)
Hearts Collection Framelits 125599 (smallest heart)
Big Shot Die Cut Machine 113439
Magnetic Platform 130658
Bird Builder Punch 117191 (Shamrock stem)
Paper-Piercing Tool 126189
Stampin’ Pierce Mat 126199
1/8” Mini Brads 122941
Gumball Green Stitched Satin Ribbon 126848 10”
Two Way Glue Pen 100425
Sticky Strip 104294
Gold chocolate coins from the party store
Black paper shreddie