Saturday, January 7, 2012

Mini Bottle Holder Tutorial using Magnolia Mini Yoga Tilda

Good morning and thanks for stopping by today. Earlier on THIS POST, I've mentioned that when I get a chance, I will post the tutorial on the mini bottle holder project. Over the last few weeks, I've received some emails and requests asking about this project. Well, last night I finally prepared the tutorial and have this post today.

This is a pretty simple project to try out. You don't need to use a lot of cardstock or pattern paper, so maybe you can dig out your scrap, lol

Supplies you need:
Cardstock - 8" x 4 1/2" and a purple 1 1/4" circle punch out
Pattern paper - 1 3/4" x 1 1/4" (1 piece), 1 3/4" x 1" (2 pieces), 4 1/2" x 1 1/4" (1 piece) and a 1 3/8" circle punch out
Other Tools: Scor-Pal, Scor-tape, corner punch, scissors, glue

Take the 8" x 4 1/2" cardstock, with short edge across the top of Scor-Pal, score at:
1/4", 1 1/2", 3", 4 1/4"

Turn the piece 90 degree, with the long edge across the top of Scor-Pal, score at:
2", 3 1/4"

After you score all the lines, please see the picture below: Cut away the shading part. Cut following the 'purple cross' line. You can refer to more pictures below if you are not sure where to cut away.

I use a corner punch to round the left & right corners of the long strip on the cardstock piece. **But this is option, if you don't want any round corners, you don't have to do this step.

Now you can see what I mean on which shading part to remove. (left piece is after the shading is removed and the cut on the "purple cross" line. Then take the three small pieces of pattern paper and adhere them on the cover of the holder as pictures below. **I embossed all the pattern paper before adhere them to the cover, but again this is optional.

Then turn the cardstock piece over and adhere the long piece of pattern paper on the cardstock (see picture below)

Apply Scor-tape on the edges of the cardstock piece (See left). Please refer the "red" area for the edges to apply Scor-tape (See right).

Once you apply the Scor-tape, you can fold and adhere the inside as shown as the picture below

Then fold the outside edges in and adhere the piece as shown on the picture below

That is what it will look like when it's done. You are almost finished.

Loop a piece of ribbon together with glue or a glue dot as shown on picture below. Put the smaller pattern paper circle on the bigger cardstock circle. Adhere the colored Mini Yoga Tilda image on the circle. Adhere the circle on the ribbon.

This is what it will look like when it's done.

Ta-DA, all you do is to put the ribbon loop on the mini Bailey bottle and put the bottle into the holder!!

I hope you are going to have fun trying this out!! Thank you for coming by and see you again soon :o)


Only By His Grace said...

Hi Cabio!
happy New year to you.
this is such a super project. I love the design. It makes it such a special little gift. I guess it could be made for a bottle of perfume or something like that as well. thank you for sharing the tutorial.
hugs maz

Sardegna said...

how lovely Cabio..thanks for sharing with us

Regina said...

What a wonderful project Cabio!! Love all your details and embellishing! Fabulous work!!!
I´m thinking like Maz, it will fit a bottle of perfume and a candle!!
Thanks a lot for sharing with us!!
Have a marvellous weekend!!

Karen said...

Thanks Cabio for sharing. What an awesome idea.


Christina C. said...

Hi Cabio! Thanks for such a detailed tutorial...will have to try this!

Barb Hardeman said...

Thanks so much for the well done tutorial. You've made it so easy to follow, your pictures are perfect and your explanation is spot on! Great job...hugs...Barb

Suzi Mac said...

Fabulous gift idea Cabio, thank you for a superb tutorial. Loving your sweet creation.
Suzi x

Elle said...

First of all let me say a resounding THANKS for the fine tutorial. You made the directions very do-able. I LOVE your project!

Riet said...

This is so beautiful Cabio.

Hugs Riet.xx

Linda Palmer said...

Awesome tutorial! Thanks for sharing, love you bottle design and can't wait to give this a try. Beautiful coloring on Tilda!!

Rene said...

Thank you for the tutorial! What a great project!!!! Now Magnolia just needs to make a "Lush" Tilda or "Tipsy" Tilda and it'll be perfect! LOL!!!
Rene :D

Candy said...

Thank you so much, Cabio!!!
The tutorial is so easy to understand.
I am sure I could make this :o)
Such a very sweet gift of thanks or even a stocking stuffer!
Big hugs, Candy

Chris said...

Oh thank you, thank you, thank you so much for taking the time to show us how to create this wonderful little holder! Even an old oak tree like me understood what you showed us to do! It's delightful!

Happy New Year!

Chris Christensen

Chris said...

Oh thank you, thank you, thank you so much for taking the time to show us how to create this wonderful little holder! Even an old oak tree like me understood what you showed us to do! It's delightful!

Happy New Year!

Chris Christensen

Leanne said...

Hi Cabio!
This is sooo cool!! Thank you so much for the tutorial. What a wonderful way to dress up a mini bottle.
Happy Saturday!

Eve said...

what a how cute bottle holder, and luv the papers you used for this too. And thank you for the tutorial! :-)

Karen said...

This is adorable! I missed it the first time around!

Cathy Lee said...

Awesome tutorial, Cabio. I love these little bottle holders. A great idea for a gift.
Cathy Lee

Eulanda said...

Hey thanks so much for that! I am definitely using this next year!!

Cordine said...

So Cute!!

Cami said...

Thank you, Cabio! This is a cute project and a wonderful idea. Your tutorial is excellent, as always!
Hugs, Cami

Unknown said...

Cabio, this is fantastic and you make it look so easy! What a wonderful gift idea for co-workers! It also would look wonderful posted on The Outlawz in the tutorials (hint, hint) Love it and hugz!

Maylee said...

O amazing project! Love it and thanx for the tut!

Unknown said...

Awesome tutorial, Cabio! Thanks!

Mascha Zimmerman said...

Love the tutorial, great job, bye Mascha

Monique said...

That is so cute Cabio !

Hugs Monique

Lisette Morris said...

That is just adorable!! Thanks so much for sharing!

Gail said...

i love this cabio..and yes a great way to use that box of scraps lingering in my craft room..ty for sharing the tut..loves ya

L8 said...

Thanks for the inspiration!! I had to do some mini bottle holders directly. You can have a look here:
Thank´s so much for charing with us :)
Hugs, L8

Unknown said...

Wow, you're really talented, I'm looking forward to see what more you could do with hairdressing scissors