Need a Christmas favor perfect for school teachers, co-workers, neighbors and the handsome Fed Ex driver who brings you packages from KNK USA? These thoughtful Tic Tac mints are sure to be well received.
I calculated the sizing needed for my Tic Tac cover by simply tracing the Tic Tac container onto my printed paper. I wrapped the paper around my mints and once I was sure about the sizing I needed, I created a rectangle with rounded corners in my KNK Software. I then made little notches on my shape so it would know exactly where my score lines need to be… this is a very helpful thing you can do if you plan on assembling several!
I created this snowman file by welding circles and rectangles together. Next I used the transform inline function to create an inline mat for my shape. I then separated the snowman image from the inline mat and began creating the three swirls. I did this by manipulating and adding nodes to this shape. It may take you a few tries the first time, but the more you practice the faster you will get and the easier it becomes.
Next I placed my snowman with the interior mat onto the rectangle with rounded corners I created and then added a circle onto my shape so his “Snowman Tic Tac Guts” would be visible.
I keep my 15″ KNK Maxx settings at Overcut 15 & Trailing Blade 20 because I only use my machine to cut paper.
See other projects I’ve created with my KNK on the KNK Gallery on my website at susan mast designs.
- Cardstock: Bazzill Coconut Swirl [T10-1044] and Ebony [T15-1080]
- Printed Paper: Echo Park – Holly Berry [VMC30413]
- Embellishments: Bazzill Paper Flower , Jewel  and Ribbon 
And if you would like to make your own, here’s link with the file in KNK, MTC, SVG, and EPS formats: