Rooster Canisters

Materials

  • Glass or plastic canisters, three
  • Paper: brown/white gingham, script
  • Cardstock: red, off-white
  • Brads: black, six; jeweled, three
  • Silk flowers, two coordinating colors per canister

Tools

  • Stamps: rooster, 3"; alphabet, 1/2"; Wordsworth Delight in the Ordinary
  • Black pigment ink
  • Scallop-edge scissors
  • Beacon Adhesives Zip Dry Paper Glue

Basic Supplies

ruler, paper trimmer, hole punch, rubber bands

Directions

STEP 1

  • Cut brown/white gingham paper to fit around canister. Cut second piece of paper to fill seam if needed. Adhere paper to canister and wrap with rubber bands to secure while drying.

STEP 2

  • Cut 2-1/2”x4-1/2” rectangle from red cardstock, scalloping long edges. (Note: Depending on size of canisters, measurements may need to be adjusted.) Use black pigment ink to stamp rooster on script paper. Cut out image with scalloped scissors, leaving 1/4” border. Adhere image to red cardstock. Cut off-white cardstock to 1”-wide and up to 4” length to accommodate label. Stamp black "TEA", "COFFEE", or "SUGAR" as shown; trim edges with scallop-edge scissors. Punch holes in label ends and attach black brads.

STEP 3

  • Cut remaining off-white cardstock to 1/2”-wide and to length of canister. Place strip on surface and stamp black ”Delight in the Ordinary” sentiment along length of strip, approximately 1/2” apart. Adhere strip around top of canister and wrap with rubber bands to secure while drying.

STEP 4

  • Adhere rooster image panel and content label to canister as shown. Layer two silk flowers together and insert jeweled brad in center; adhere to canister.
by Melony Bradley
Rooster Canisters
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