Panda Treat Cup

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Panda Treat Cup

 

SUPPLIES
1 qty. Portion Cup 5oz. #30157179
1 qty. 3” x 4” White Cardstock
1 qty. 2” x 3” Black cardstock
8” of 5/8” sheer ribbon for bow
Meriken 1/4’ double stick tape #30013284
Mini Glue Dots #30001510
Sakura Quickie Glue Pen #30051737
Sixlets candies or similar

TOOLS
Sharp Scissors
Marvy Uchida Clever Lever Punch – 2 1/2” Oval Punch (pink) #30028753
Marvy Uchida Clever Lever Punch – 1” Circle (green) #30028719
Marvy Uchida Clever Lever Punch – 1 1/2” Heart (yellow) #30095871
EK Success Punch – 3/8” Circle #30136619
Fiskars 1/8” Circle Punch #77178541

INSTRUCTIONS
(Refer to the pictured sample for placement of the pieces.)

Take the 2 1/2” Oval punch and punch out one piece from the white cardstock, set aside.

Take the 1 1/2” heart punch and punch one piece from the black cardstock. Cut the heart in half and round out the pointed ends. These are the eye patches.

Take the 1/8” hole punch and punch two holes on the white cardstock scrap, about an inch apart. Next, take the 3/8” circle punch and flip it upside down so you can see where you will be punching. Place the punch over one of the 1/8” hole and punch out a circle. Repeat with the second 1/8” hole. Place one eye onto a black eye patch and glue in place. Repeat with the other set. The black should show through. Place the eyes onto the white 2 1/2” oval; glue in place.

With the 3/8” circle punch, punch one piece from the black cardstock. Place below the eyes for the nose and glue in place.

Take the 1” circle punch and punch out two pieces from the remaining black cardstock. Place the black circles halfway behind the top of the panda’s head for the ears. Glue in place.

Take the portion cup and fill with Sixlets or similar candies. Turn the container upside down. Place the panda onto the bottom of the cup and tape in place. Make a loopy bow with the sheer ribbon. Tape to the cup at the bottom of the panda.

Optional: You can also tape the panda to a cardstock scalloped circle before placing on top of the portion cup.

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