Mini Hand Sanitizer Holder and Matching Card

Good afternoon my crafty friends! I have 2 projects to share with you today. I demonstrated both of them in my Facebook Live last night. I think they both turned out beautifully, and you could really cater the hand sanitizer holder to any occasion.

I’ll start with the instructions for my hand sanitizer holder. This is by no means an original design by me, there are numerous videos out there. For mine, I started with a piece of Pretty Peacock cardstock measuring 2″ x 11″. Score this piece, on the 11″ side, at 1/2″, 1 1/2″ 3 1/2″, 4 1/2″, 6 1/2″, 7 1/2″, and 8 1/2″. Fold and score on all the lines except the 6 1/2″ line. This line is just a guide. Using the Stitched Shapes dies, take the smallest oval and cut out between the 1/2″ and 1 1/2″ lines. This creates a

Using Early Espresso ink and a scrap of Whisper White, stamp and die cut the largest pumpkin. Using Terracotta Tile ink and a scrap of Terracotta Tile cardstock, stamp and die cut the largest maple leaf. You are then going to use scraps of Terracotta Tile and Gold Foil to cut some more leaves out with your dies.

Attach all your die cut pieces to the inside and outside. My sentiment is stamped on a piece pf Crumb Cake cardstock that is about 3/4″ wide. I stamped in Early Espresso. Now let’s move onto the card.

Start with a piece of Terracotta Tile cardstock measuring 11″ x 4 1/4″. Use your Terracotta ink and the large maple leaf stamp to stamp leaves all over the card base. On a scrap of Terracotta, stamp the large maple leaf in VersaMark ink and cover with Copper Embossing Powder. Using your heat gun, set the powder.

Using Pretty Peacock, Terracotta Tile, and Gold Foil, die cut out some leaves. Stamp a pumpkin in Early Espresso and die cut. The sentiment is stamped on a piece of Crumb Cake that measures 3/4″ wide. It is stamped in Early Espresso as well.

Cut a piece of Soft Suede cardstock that measures 2 1/4″ x 4 1/4″ and wrap a piece of the COme To Gather ribbon around before adhering to your card base. Using dimensionals, layer all of your elements onto your card front. Finish off the card by tying another piece of ribbon in a knot to the piece of the card base. Just in case anything is unclear, here is the video I did last night during my Facebook Live.

I am so thankful that you stopped by today and wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving. I hope you enjoyed my projects and that you will leave me a comment with your thoughts. Until next time…

Happy Stamping!!!

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