Sunday, March 25, 2018

More Treat Holders


Today I'm sharing 2 more treat boxes I made for Easter. 
These boxes were made with the punch board and the
tutorial can be found HERE.
I used random pieces of dsp from my stash, and used a retired SU! scalloped circle punch to put on the fronts and used Gina Marie Designs die-cut bunnies in matching colors to each box. I made a dozen of these in all colors and patterns.


These are mini teacups I made and they're fashioned after the large one I posted yesterday. Each cup holds a few white chocolate eggs and jelly beans. The tutorial can be found for them HERE.

These assorted treat containers are a great way to use up random snippets of dsp, cardstock, and ribbon or twine. I could sit and make many more, but I have no where to distribute them all! 

Incidentally, if you have ANY questions or comments you want me to respond to, PLEASE email me with your questions. If you don't have a way for me to contact you via your profile and/or email address, obviously I cannot respond to your questions. I had a comment yesterday asking how I made the fry boxes but the person left no way for me to contact her with information about them. My email is on my right sidebar - just hover over it with your mouse and my email will show at the bottom left of your screen. I'm always happy to answer any and all questions you may have IF I have a way to contact you!

Thanks for stopping by and have a good day!

Carol

14 comments:

jimlynn said...

More cuteness - and I'm telling you now.....I'll be there to collect my treat box! LOL! I wish!!!!
Love these.
Lynn

cotnob said...

Super makes Carol, wonderful Easter gifts.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Verna Angerhofer said...

Those are so cute and I love all the papers used to create them. These will surely be a hit with those who get one of these little treat boxes.

Barb said...

My goodness Carol you have been busy and your boxes and teacups are absolutely delightful. What lovely Easter gifts. Barbxx

Claire said...

These are totally adorable and unique, so much nicer to receive these than plain boxed chocolate that's mostly packaging these days. I'm sure these will go down a treat over Easter x

Claire said...

These are totally adorable and unique, so much nicer to receive these than plain boxed chocolate that's mostly packaging these days. I'm sure these will go down a treat over Easter x

scrAPpamondo said...

Wow Carol, how many lovely treat boxes!! You has been so busy, but such great results!! Very inspiring! I have to buy an envelope punch board, so I could use a lot of scraps from my stash! :D LOL Love the cute bunnies as embellishments, and the different shapes of the boxes! Especially like the little teacups,they are just delightful! All the recipients will be amazed and not only for the sweeties inside! :) Well done!!

aussie aNNie said...

Which one is mine? These are all so super gorgeous.x💖 [Aussie aNNie's Blog]

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Using up snippets is a good thing, but the patience it takes to create these, blows my minds. Nice work, Carol!

Heidi Stamps said...

These little boxes are darling, and look fun to make! And the candy is looking yummy!

I know some bloggers don’t want people to link to their blogs and things in the comments, but I actually prefer that so I can track people down. It is too bad that they don’t share the email address in the comment like some of the other blog platforms. Oh well.

Daffodil Cards said...

You must have had so much fun creating all these boxes Carol, stupendous work. They'll give a lot of pleasure.
Faith
x

JD/ Jill said...

These are really cute! Thanks for sharing the link!

Stampsnob. said...

Beautiful I only have to put one together this year ...Lis

Janice M said...

These are cute too! Not sure I'd have the patience to make a lot of them!