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Santa’s Belly Treat Cups

These fun little treat containers would be perfect for the “little kids’ table”. You know the one. That table you had to sit at when you were 11, surrounded by silly 6 and 7 year old cousins, still not allowed to sit at the grown up table. I digress. Imagine these cute little Santa cups filled with crayons, peppermint sticks or even plastic silverware. So many possibilities!

I made these treat cups this week for Craftown.com. If you would like to make some, you can find the Santa’s Belly Treat Cups tutorial here. If you like Santa’s belly crafts, check out my Glittery Santa’s Belly Jar and my Santa’s Belly Ornament.

I used DecoArt’s cool Glamour Dust ultra fine glitter paint in Sizzling Red to add a little bit of razzle to these cups. You could add a second coat for even more sparkle.

I also used DecoArt Snow-Tex snow texture paint in this project. I love this stuff and have used it over the years for many projects. I love the look!

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23 Responses to Santa’s Belly Treat Cups

  1. 1
    artsy_momma says:

    I love all your santa's belly crafts!

  2. 2
    the cape on the corner says:

    that is super cute, i love it!

  3. 3
    Erin says:

    These are absolutely adorable!!! Amazing job!

  4. 4
    maggy, red ted art says:

    Oh very cute and you made them look so easy to make! I love all your crafty ideas!

    Thank you for linking up to Kids Get Crafty!!

    Maggy

  5. 5
    Stef says:

    Love these! Great for the kids to help with too.
    Stef

  6. 6
    Amanda says:

    Thank you so much guys! :)

  7. 7
    Beth @ Free Stylin' says:

    These are so cute! I have some red Solo cups in the pantry just itching to become Santa Treat Cups for a bunch of 1st graders! :) Thanks for the SUPER CUTE idea!!

  8. 8
    Jana says:

    This turned out uber cute!

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  9. 9
    Diane {Created by Diane} says:

    So cute!

  10. 10
    April Westerhold says:

    Very Cute! NEW FOLLOWER!

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  11. 11
    stacia says:

    what a great idea! so creative.
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  12. 12
    Erica says:

    This is so cute….I love all your ideas.

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  13. 13
    craftywife says:

    These are adorable! I just found your blog, you have so many fun ideas!

  14. 14
    TidyMom says:

    These are ADORABLE!!! Thanks for linking up again!!
    I featured your post in the wrap up http://tidymom.net/2010/im-lovin-it-wrap-up-12-12-10-holly-bloggy-christmas/#comments

  15. 15
    Cindy @ LeChaiseParfait says:

    Really cute, love the coffee filter tree too. Very creative.

  16. 16
    Tammy@ Not Just Paper and Glue says:

    How adorable! Very cute and creative :)

  17. 17
    Jess @ Frugal with a Flourish says:

    So adorable!! Had to share on my FB page!! Too cute!

  18. 18
    Allison @ House of Hepworths says:

    I featured you this week!

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    Stop by and grab a featured button! You deserve it. :)

    ~Allison @ House of Hepworths

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    Linette says:

    Those are sooooo cute!

  20. 20
    Holly says:

    Glamour Dust and Snowtex – love those product. These little cups are so darn cute! I love Santa's belly (in a good way)!

  21. 21
    Its So Very Cheri says:

    These are sooooo cute. Great job.

    Cheri

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    Sue Slavik says:

    To simplify this craft for 3-5 yr olds I started with a red disposable cup(ie: Solo) and applied the SnoTec at home. This way the kids could bring them home from church that night.

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