Snowman Soup Tutorial

Written & Submitted by Kellie Smith
©2006 Country Charm Graphics
No use without Express Permission

Here is the way I make my 10.5 oz, snowman soup.

I purchased my soup can label here at Country Charm Graphics.

You can find the one that I purchased and used in this tutorial here.

I opened the soup label in my DIP 9 software program and printed it.

I then add text to the purchased tag and printed it..

I use an 80lb gloss paper (you can use regular copy paper or card stock), which you can get some at an office supply store near you. 
(please be sure you get the correct one for "YOUR" printer, ink jet or laser, it makes a difference)

It's very easy, I promise.. Here are a few steps for you to see..

Step One


The can opener is from Walmart called "Good Cook" for $8.00 and you can also get an electric one called "One Touch" for $20.00 also from Walmart.

 

 
You can buy the tape from the paint department at Walmart for under $3.00


Step Two



Step Three

Decide which end you will open, use the flat top

 
 

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Step Eleven


SMILE and Tell yourself what a TERRIFIC job you did! 
 

You can also secure the wrapper with the carpet tape. 
I found the larger soup cans 16 oz. at Dollar Tree and the wrappers will re-size perfectly.

 

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