I hate to admit this but I’m the absolute worst when it comes to getting Father’s Day gifts! I make Mother’s Day shopping super easy for my husband because I’m dropping hints at what I want for weeks before hand but my husband? We, seriously, have no idea! This year, we’re going to knock it out of the ball park with this great Father’s Day DIY snack stash copper container. It’ll be full of yummy pre-wrapped snacks and treats that he’ll be sure to love!
- Darice Copper Canisters with Lids
- Double Sided Hercules Tape
- Free “Father’s Day Snack Stash” Label
- Various Pre-wrapped Treats and Snacks
Step 1. First things first, you’re going to need to print out the Free “Father’s Day Snack Stash” Label and cut with either a paper cutter or some scissors. Place aside for just a bit while we attach the ribbon to the container.
Step 2. If you want the ribbon to be permanent, you’re going to have to adhere to the container with double-sided tape. I used the ribbon as a quick template and marked the width lightly with a pencil. Beginning at the bottom, I applied two strips of the Hercules double-sided tape, removed the protective backing, and stuck the center of the ribbon in place.
Step 3. Continuing to use the ribbon as a template to mark the width, apply the double-sided tape to the sides of the container and press ribbon in place again. You may want to camouflage the canister seam underneath the ribbon and tape.
Step 4. Apply Hercules tape to the back of the Father’s Day Snack Stash label.
Step 5. You can either use a ruler to place the label or just sort of eyeball it. I chose to place my label centered on the ribbon but you’re more than welcome to move it to the other side.
Step 6. Now that your Father’s Day Snack Stash container is done, all you have to do is fill it with tasty pre-wrapped morsels and…
Hope you find this quick and easy Father’s Day DIY snack stash tutorial helpful. I know my husband is going to love it!
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Vanessa is a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy. Join her on her crafty adventure at Tried & True.