Treat Tubes for St. Patrick's Day School Treats

I have spent the last two days putting together the cutest little treat tubes for my son's first grade class.  He wanted to take his class some treats for St. Patrick's Day and I thought a few goodies in these little tubes would be perfect.  However, it took a little time to put 20 of these together.  He loved them and cannot wait to share them with his friends tomorrow.

 Here is how to make them if you are interested.
Materials:  2 different colors of card stock (one piece for the tube 3" x 5.5")(one pieces for the bases 5" x 3"), Ribbon, Window Sheet, Fancy Flower Punch, Simply Scored, Crop-a-dile, Sticky Strip
1.  Score the "tube" color card stock every 7/8" (along the 5.5" side).  Punch window on one side of the card stock and cover with window sheet.  Assemble the tube using sticky strip.
2.  Punch two flowers from the "base" color paper using the Fancy Flower punch.  Score each petal.
3.  Adhere one flower by its petals to one end of the tube.  Fill with treats and then adhere the second flower to the other end of the tube.
4.  Tie ribbon around the tube and make a tag using any type of punch (use the crop-a-dile punch a hole in the tag) and tie on with the ribbon.

They are super easy to make and are as cute as can be.  Happy treat making!
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