01 April 2012

Snack Caddy tutorial using Momenta papers:)

Hello, friends:}

Today I'm sharing a tutorial on how to make a customized snack caddy using Momenta papers. These snack caddies would be perfect for almost ANY party! This project was featured over on the Momenta blog on 3.30.12. Click HERE to see it on their blog:) 

**Thanks for looking today--especially if you've already seen this on the Momenta blog:) HUGS! 

I picked up this snack caddy at the Dollarstore. Simple and works, but I wanted something fun for my "Ladies Get Together" party.  

I deconstructed the caddy and recreated it using my Momenta Kaleidoscope Pyramid Pad. I love these papers and how they instantly make the party FUN and BRIGHT:)

Here's what the caddies looked like on the table at our party. I filled one with Skittles (each pocket was a different color) and the other was filled with pretzels and chocolate pieces. THANKSKim and Shannon, for helping me with this picture:)
Here is my tutorial! 

1. Deconstruct store bought caddy and trace bottom pieces on patterned paper.
2. Cut out piece and score along lines.
3. Place double sided tape on noted sections. 
4. Fold sections over (be sure to fold them over on opposite sides).
5. Deconstruct top piece and trace on patterned paper. **I cut apart the pocket pieces so I could make it with a different patterned paper. 
6. Cut out top pieces.
7.  Score and fold pieces. Glue together using double sided tape. 
8. Slice a small opening in the center of top piece for bottom piece to slide through. 
9. Slide bottom piece through opening. 
10. Fill with CANDIES (or cookies, chips, forks/spoons/napkins, etc.).

Momenta Product

Other Product
double sided tape, scissors, ruler, score tool, template (available at the Dollarstore)

I hope that you will make some of these for your next party! 

Thanks so much for stopping by! Be blessed:}



Lisa Arana said...

you always have the greatest projects!!! love, love, love!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is sooooooooooo awesome Savannah!!! I love how you made these!! Thanks for sharing!

Wendy ten Hove said...

What a fun idea! This will surely brighten up any party table!!! Looks great!!
Hugs, Wendy

~amy~ said...

Brilliant...I LOVE it!

Katie Skiff said...

Yours is way cuter than theirs!! ;) I love these papers!!

Angie Blom said...

Awesome amazing project !! Love

yyam said...

Such a fun and brilliant project Sav. Fabulous!

Lisa Elton said...

How fun Savannah! I'll take the one full of chocolate please ;)

donna mikasa said...

Very cool project, Sav! It's just so "you"! Love it!!