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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Stampin Up 2013-14 Catalog Treat Box


I'm having so much fun making samples with the
 GINGHAM GARDEN Designer Paper. 
Plus it looks so cute matched up with the 
Label Love sentiment stamp set with it's cute and curvy font. 

What a perfect favor this would make for a tea party, shower or birthday party. You can guarantee everyone will love it!
 And it holds EASY to make goodies...yahoo! 
The little tote holds 2 of my favorite treats.....chocolate nuggets 
and all wrapped up in adorable melon mambo gingham and matching 
GINGHAM GARDEN WASHI TAPE.

 
Here is a little diagram of the measurements

Start with a 4 3/4" x 4 1/4" piece of DAFFODIL DELIGHT card stock,
I used Marina Mist in this photo from a previous post
 Score on the 4 3/4" side @ 2" & 2 3/4"
Score on the 4 1/4" side @ 3/4 & 3 1/2"
Cut the score lines @ 3/4" & 3 1/2" but
NOT IN THE CENTER SECTION

Fold Flaps inward and adhere with glue to form a rectangle.
Fold Up Large side panels and adhere to sides of
small rectangle.


You are now ready to decorate with a GINGHAM GARDEN Designer Paper layer
cut 2 1/2" x 1 3/4" Adhere to the front of the treat holder.
Stamp the "JUST FOR YOU" sentiment from the Label Love stamp set
in Melon Mambo Ink and punch with the Artisan Label punch



Wrap your chocolate nuggets in a 1" by 3 1/4" strip of  
GINGHAM GARDEN DSP and attach using glue dots.
Wrap with coordinating WASHI TAPE to bump up
the Cuteness Factor....bing bing bing, adorable!


Punch an additional Daffodil Delight Artisan Label and attach behind the
Mambo Melon one. Fill the box with the nuggets, and then staple on the top.
Place dimensionals on the back of the sentiment layer and position in place.


FINISH with an adorable bow of Daffodil stitching grosgrain
and a glue dot.

I'll be giving away a few of these cute treat boxes at my 
Catalog Party in Rocklin,CA 
on Sunday June 2nd,
Come join the fun and get A FREE CATALOG ! Click here for info

9 comments:

  1. Hi there! Found you on Pinterest. Thanks so much for the tutorial! I will be using the template! Great project!!

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    1. Thanks Jessica, enjoy making your own ones, these little treat holders can get addicting..so cute!

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  2. What a fabulous idea. I love how you used the washi tape on the nuggets. Brilliant!

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    1. Hi Brenda, this new washi tape is soooo easy to use, it just seemed like the right touch for those little nuggets. Thanks for noticing!

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  3. Thank you Pam. I was looking for some inspiration for the same reason. With your permission I would like to use your idea for my Open House. I will give credit to the creator :)

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    1. Hi Elizabeth,
      I would love it if you shared it with your stampin crew...
      Warning: they can be addictive, because you can also fit a snack size
      Candy inside.....did you see my post THE PEEPS HAVE HATCHED?
      Thanks for the shout out as the creator!

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  4. I was looking for inspiration for a little give-away. With your permission (I will give credit), I would love to use your idea for my Open House. I am in Canada so we don't have the same customers :)

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  5. TOO CUTE!!! Thanks for sharing

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