Supplies (similar or same are linkied):
Empty Laughing Cow Container
Circle Cutter OR compass, scissors, pencil, and ruler
Ink -- I used Royal Blue
Step 1: Make a circle big enough to cover the label, or where the label was. You can do this two ways.
Option 1: Measure the diameter, then divide that by two to find the radius. Your compass should be set to that radius. Use your compass to make a circle on the paper, then cut it out. Repeat.
Option 2: Find the right size and cut your circle with a circle cutter.
Either option might take a few tries.
Step 2: Stamp all over you pieces of paper. The pattern is up to you. Mine is kind of messy with several generations of stamping.
Step 3: Glue the papers to the container.
Step 4: Add your pretty tape to the edges. I think I ended up trimming the tape on the lid and leaving the bottom wide (there's a gap once you've opened the cheese package).
Step 5: Add this tag (optional), fill with a gift, and give!
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