Sunday, June 29, 2014

Just Desserts Ice Cream Case

Who doesn't love ice cream? And, admit it, who doesn't like to eat Ben & Jerry's straight from the container? 

So, when more than one person has the same favorite flavor, how do you establish "ownership"? 

And how do you keep from getting cold hands or drips all over your clothes?

Enter the Just Desserts Ice Cream Case.



In honor of National Ice Cream Month (July), we are offering a fun free pattern for Just Desserts, a great little ice cream case.

Here's why you'll want this:

1. The Just Desserts case will keep your ice cream cold, but your hands will stay warm.
2. Made with a double layer of Soft and Stable, the case gives great insulation and helps prevent freezer burn.
3. Using a different fabric for each case helps identify whose ice cream is whose!
4. An optional label holder makes identification of contents or ownership even easier.

Download a PDF pattern here. It includes full-size templates for the base and lid along with printer-friendly directions. For those of you who are visual learners, check out our blog tutorial with pictures for the various steps.

Once you've made your own Just Desserts case, please enter our Summer Giveaway. 

Here's how to enter:
Option for those without Facebook:
It would be no fun to leave out those who don’t have Facebook. Please email us a picture of your Just Desserts creation and tell us your favorite flavor of ice cream. We will then post the info to our page on your behalf.
What's in it for you:
  • Warm hands, cold ice cream!
  • A chance to work with Soft and Stable!
  • A 20% discount coupon if you post a photo of your Just Desserts case!*
  • A chance to win a special grand prize** — a $50 gift certificate from ByAnnie.com!
*Coupons for 20% off your next order will be sent on July 22 to anyone who has posted a picture before the July 21 deadline.
**From the posted pictures, we will randomly pick one grand prize winner who will also win a $50 gift certificate from ByAnnie.com.



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