With only a few days to our big 4th of July celebration, I created some fun foil utensil holders using my Heidi Swapp Minc. Super easy to use and I love the way the foil makes them shine! And if you don’t have your Minc yet, you can still use my free patriotic printable to make your own!
Thank you to Hiedi Swapp Minc for sponsoring today’s ideas!
Here’s a quick pictorial of how to make your own with my “Home Of The Free Because Of The Brave” free printable and the Minc machine:
- Home Of The Free Because Of The Brave – Home Of The Free Utensil Holder full color, Black for Foil Application
- Minc cardstock, stripe and dot
- Minc machine
- Royal blue foil
- Glue dots
- Utensils & Napkins
- Optional: Red mini clothespin
- Foil – dot and stripe papers with royal blue on heat setting 3
- Trim – trim dot paper to 6 3/4″ x 5″ and stripe paper 5″ x 5″
- Glue – using 4 glue dots each, secure corners and middle (don’t glue at top, about 3″ from bottom allows you to insert utensils and napkins)
- Insert – insert napkin and utensils
- Clip – clip free printable to front (which you can also foil!!)
Want to know more about the Minc machine?
- Minc Foil Applicator and Starter Kit MSRP is $149.00 & Minc Foil MSRP is $9.99 (foil is 12”x 10’)
- Minc Foil Applicator and accessories are available at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, as well as locally owned craft stores and online shops
- The Minc is a fairly light weight and pretty enough to leave out on your crafting table!
- It has the ability to accept a 12” wide sheets
- It has adjustable heat settings that allows for foil transfer on sensitive materials like vellum, all the way to more robust chipboard and even thin wood veneer
Just cut along the thin outline, score at the bottom of the design and secure into pocket with glue dots.
As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!
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