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Kre8tors Blog Hop Love & Romance

Welcome Kre8tors! So excited to have you here for the Kre8tors Blog Hop! Be sure to use that Next button below to hop along to the next amazing blog post for some more floral inspiration!

For today’s hop we are celebrating love and romance in preparation for Valentine’s Day! I decided to make a candy box using the From My Heart Specialty Designer Series Paper. I took a Snickers bar and made this custom box for my sweetheart for his Valentine’s Day treat.

I used the Label Me Bold stamp set to stamp the For You From Me sentiments and the little hearts on the Whisper White tag adhered to the top of the box. This is a great stamp set, and I love how the sentiments look like labels from a label maker.

The Real Red Double-Stitched Satin Ribbon wraps around the box, and the bow is tied separately and adhered using a glue dot. I think this really finishes the box well. This box is not meant to be opened from the edges, it has a small gap between the top flap and the top edge that can be used to sneak the candy bar out.

I also added a faux chocolate bar with a bite mark using some Early Espresso card stock. You can see all the details on how this box came together in my YouTube tutorial below. I also have written out the measurements for my box, although you can easily custom make your own box by measuring the candy bar you would like to use.

Check out my YouTube video tutorial on directions for putting this box together. It was so much fun to create. Be sure to subscribe to my channel. It’s not too late to get in my 5,000 Subscriber Giveaway. Learn more on my Specials page.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Keep the love going by hopping along to the next project!
Hop along to Angie’s amazing creation! Click below!

Roll Call List

Melissa Tennison (USA)
Angie McKenzie
Su Mohr
Tricia Butts
Dana Sullivan (USA)
Libby Fens
Sue Allen (Australia)
Sue McDonald
Deb Naylor Flying Stamper (USA)
Sandra Roberts (UK)
Jacqui Lawrence (UK)
Anastasia Radloff
Jan Musselman (USA)
Susan Simpson
Laura Mackie (UK)
Ximena Morales @ Stampin’Xime
Jo Blackman
Alexandra Rauf
Annette Elias-De Kijkkast-NL
Janey Backer (USA)

Measurements:

Whisper White Box Base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″
Score with long edge at top at: 1-1/2″, 3″, 4-1/2″, 6″, 7-1/4″
Score with short edge at top at: 3/4″ from each edge
DSP: 3 @ 1-1/4″ x 3-3/4″
1 @ 1″ x 3-3/4″
1 @ 2-1/2″ x 3-3/4″
Early Espresso: 1-1/2″ x 4″
4 @ 1/2″ x 3-4/”
Scrap of Whisper White for tag and sentiments

Materials:

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December 2019 Kre8tors Blog Hop Christmas

Welcome Kre8tors! So excited to have you here for the Kre8tors Blog Hop! Be sure to use that Next button below to hop along to the next amazing blog post for some more Christmas project inspiration!

I’m sharing this adorable treat holder that would make a cute stocking stuffer, work goodie, place holder, etc. It’s inspired by a pin from Pinterest by Mary Fish. I thought it was adorable and had to make a Christmas version to house my tree shaped Reese’s treats.

These are super quick to whip together and would be a great project to make in bulk. If you’re looking for these yummy Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Trees, you can find a box of them on Amazon (click to be directed through my affiliate link). This stocking stuffer goodie features a solid card stock “booklet”, a focal piece of DSP, a sentiment banner, and some beautiful ribbon.

Most all of the materials I used coordinate with the Toile Tidings suite of products in the Holiday Catalog. These products are while supplies last, so be sure to check with your demonstrator you see if they are still available.

Take a peek at my video tutorial to see how quick these come together. Don’t forget to hop along to the next blog for more festive paper crafts!

Hop along to Tricia’s amazing creation! Click below!

Roll Call List

Melissa Tennison

Tricia Butts

Su Mohr

Libby Fens

Laura Mackie (UK)

Janey Backer

Jan Musselman – USA

Angie McKenzie – USA

Cheryl Taylor (UK)

Rebecca-Jo Unwin – Australia

Margriet Siekman (NL)

Deb Naylor

Dana Sullivan

Measurements:

“Booklet”: 3-1/4″ x 4-7/8″
(Score 2″ from each edge with the long edge at top.)
DSP: 1-3/4″ x 3″
Scrap of Very Vanilla
10″ of ribbon

Materials:

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Ink Stamp Share Blog Hop Christmas Inspiration

Hello Kre8tors and welcome to another Blog Hop! If you’re new, hi, I’m Melissa. If you’re a seasoned visitor, you know the drill. We are hopping with the Ink. Stamp. Share. Blog Hop today and the theme is Christmas! Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the post and click that Next button when you’re done here to hop along to the next amazing project!

For my project today I’ve decided to go 3D with the most ADORABLE clamshell box ever! I CASE’d this 2″ square box from Crafty Caroline Creates and gave it an update with the beautiful Toile Tidings Designer Series Paper. I absolutely love how it turned out and can’t wait to make more!

The clamshell portion of this little box can be a bit tricky, so I’ve made a template for you to view. You can download a copy of the template by clicking here.

The way this box comes together is both clever and adorable, with the inner box being a fun surprise and pop of color! There are so many fun things you can do with a box like this, such as stocking stuffer, guest place holders at a nice dinner, party favors, and so much more! What would you use this box for?

Don’t forget to hop along to Anastasia’s blog to see what exciting project she has created for you! Click the Next button below!

Measurements:

DSP for Clamshell Box: 6″ x 8-1/2″
With the long edge at the top, score @: 1/2″, 2-1/2″, 4-1/2″, 6-1/2″, rotate so short edge is at the top and score @: 2″ & 4″.
For additional scoring placement, see template located here.
Real Red Cardstock for inner box: 5-15/16 x 5-15/16
Score @ 2″ on every side.

Materials:

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