August 27, 2008

Holiday Lineup Candy Test Tube Holders - Tutorial

After making the 4 place candy test tube holder the other day, Sheryl had asked if I could do a single or double place holder....After a few modifications of the original template I created - I came up with these.





















I used the Holiday Lineup Stamp set with the Marker Watercoloring Technique (TJNL)for my images, and my JustRite Small Letter Set for my tags.

ETA - the test tubes I am using can be found in the Martha Stewart Halloween Section at Michaels - they are plastic.

Details:
Stamps - Holiday Line Up, Snow Burst, JustRite Small Letter Set
Ink - Black, Markers
Card Stock - Red, White, Watercolor, Holiday Treasurers DSP, Black
Other - Aquapainter, Circle Punches - 3/4", 1", 1-1/4", 1-3/4", 1-3/8", Tool Kit, Sticky Strip

Double Candy Test Tube Pattern
Single Candy Test Tube Pattern

22 comments :

Vicki said...

This is so awesome Lisa!! :) TFS!

Anonymous said...

Lisa thanks so much for these patterns. I have 8 of these tubes and was looking for a good presentaion for them. Great job!!!

Debbie/Phx AZ

Kerry D-C said...

Oh Man!! this is Way cute!!

lifesabeach32940 said...

Lisa ~

Like all of your work, this is absolutely AWESOME!! :) Thank you for sharing the tutorial. I was wondering where you found the test tubes?

Thanks again!!



Judy

Leigh O'Brien said...

Holy Smokes, Lisa! Where do you come up with this stuff!

Pat Huntoon said...

Lisa, these are so cool!!!!

Holly said...

Where did you get the "Test Tubes"

Jamie Tyson said...

Lisa - this is great. I'm always looking for something new and different for my "special" trick-or-treaters. I've cleaned out the local Michael's already. Thanks for sharing your talents!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this delightful project.

Michelle said...

Wow! These are super. Thank you so much for sharing your templates.

I have 8 of these so I'm hoping to make something soon out of them!

KraftyKerilou said...

Cute! I found your link on SCS! I got a 4 pack of these at Michael's last week, and I was gonna just ditch the gel pens that came inside them, so I could fill them with Halloween M&M's. Good thing I tried the pens-they write awesomely!!
Kerilou

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for sharing your templates. Now I just need to find some test tubes no Michaels close by. Ann Lind

Julia Aston said...

Hi Lisa - this is just what I was looking for! I searched on SCS and found you then found your pattern - thank you SO much for sharing them!! I want to make these for our church fair...

Julia Aston said...

Hi Lisa - this is just what I was looking for! I searched on SCS and found you then found your pattern - thank you SO much for sharing them!! I want to make these for our church fair...

ErinGDF said...

These are SO cute, and the PERFECT Christmas gift for my Chemistry students! Yeah! Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

These are amazing! Thank you!

Lim said...

Oh wow.. What a clever idea.. Fabulous template. Thank you for sharing .
Hugs,
LIM

Tammy Q Howell said...

I love your test tube holders. Thanks for sharing your patterns with us. I made a Christmas one I posted here on my blog. http://tarheelstamper.blogspot.com/2009/10/christmas-test-tube-holder.html
Love your work!

Candice said...

Do you know what size the tubes are?

Candice said...

These are so cute! Do you know what size the tubes are?

Erin said...

These are so adorable!!!

wolkentraum said...

I love your test tubes holder, thanks for sharing the template.
On my blog you can see my holder, made for a sick stamping friend.
Greetings from germany
Ute

 
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