Sewing Tutorial: Treats Holder

 

Small Treats Holder

Small Treats Holder

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Today is the 7th days of Chinese New Year!!!! It is everybody’s birthday and we are officially 1 year older in our lunar age. Traditionally, we get together on this day to toss the colorful raw fish salad (yee sang, 鱼生) and make wishes for continued wealth and prosperity. The higher we toss, the better we will get :)

I made this treats holder to serve little treats during Chinese New Year. Every kids visited my house during this festive season likes it…. I mean the treat!!! I made another bigger one to put some mandarin oranges as well. To my surprise, it can also be a King’s crown if the fold is made deeper.


I saw this method quite sometimes ago and amazed on how the holder was transformed from, it was a “cross” originally!!!

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  1. Oh my gosh how cute!! I love it!

  2. These are very cute!

  3. thats great and it does look good as a hat too – well done :-)

  4. lovely! and such a beautiful little king!
    Thanks for sharing and best wishes from Austria!
    elenor

  5. wow! this is so awesome! great job!

  6. very cute any baby will love it

  7. That’s so pretty! Thanks so much for sharing this, I’ll be linking.

  8. I’ll have a lot of fun looking for exotic fabrics to make these treats-holders.

    Thai hand-woven silk or cotton would make it really unique…

  9. I have wanted to post about something like this on my site and this gave me an idea. Thanks.

  10. it quite an old blog entry of yours, but i wanted to tell, that i’ve been sewing three holders for a birthday according to your great tutorial! http://nyhetbloggt.blogspot.com/2011/07/bekkis-bday-spoileralarm-bekki-keep.html I do like them really much :)

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