Hi ThermOWeb fans!  It’s Katrina here today from Paper, Scissors and Glue to share a quick gift idea.  This is fairly inexpensive and quick to make.  This would be great for Mother’s Day, study groups, neighbors  etc. It’s a coffee or tea berry basket! This has so many possibilities!


Therm O Web Supplies:
Therm O Web 3D White Foam Squares-1/2 inch
Therm O Web 3D White Foam Squares-1/4 inch
Therm O Web Sticky Dots Sheets-Small
Therm O Web Zots™-Medium
Therm O Web SuperTape™
Therm O Web iCraft® DecoFoil™ – Opal
Therm O Web iCraft® DecoFoil™ Foam Adhesive

Other Supplies: Berry Craft Basket; Doily-Doodlebug Design; Pattern Paper, Embellishments-Jillibean Soup; Cardstock-American Crafts; Ribbon-Unknown; Silhouette Cameo with cutting file.

Start by cutting out coffee cup with a die cutting machine or by hand.  Piece together the cup using Sticky Dot Adhesive Sheets and Foam Squares



Once cup is assembled, attach doily to basket with Zots™ – Medium. Run ribbon around the outer rim of the basket.  Attach using SuperTape™ that matches the width of ribbon. Add embellishments as desired to the front of the basket.


Fill basket with a variety of coffee and tea pods.


Create card to go along with basket.  Use DecoFoil™ Foam Adhesive cut to size, along with DecoFoil in Opal cut to about the same size.  Remove top adhesive cover and place DecoFoil™ on top of the sticky foam adhesive. Rub to transfer the foil to the adhesive sheet.



If you want to add texture to the sheet, run thru a die cutting machine with an embossing folder.  Always run the iCraft Deco Foil Foam Sheets thru AFTER applying the Deco Foil™ to the foam.  This ensures that everything that is embossed will be covered with foil.


You can see a little of the texture in the photos below.



I thought this was a cute idea to give to anyone that has a coffee or tea addiction!  And you don’t have to limit it to the pods, you can use tea bags, single serve coffee packets, etc.  You could even include cream and sugar packets!

Thanks for stopping by the ThermOWeb blog today!

Katrina Hunt

Paper, Scissors and Glue