Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Halloween Candy/Cupcake Box

I recently purchased the Sweet Tooth Boxes Cricut Cartridge and love the simple cuts.  The hard part is decorating it but it's mostly just time consuming if you want to go that way.
For my first project using this cartridge, I chose to make a Halloween box that can be used as a candy box or a 2 cupcake box. Wouldn't this be cute for any teacher, adult or child for Halloween...
Here's the finished project.







Materials Used:
-Cricut: Sweet Tooth Boxes Cartridge (p. 40) cut at 10 1/4" and p. 64 cut at 6" for 2 cupcake insert
-Cricut: Paper Doll Dress Up Cartridge (p. 49) Fence @ 4", Ghosts @ 3 & 4", Pumpkins @ 3" & 2",  page 52 tombstones cut at 4" and 5" for tag
-Patterned paper by Recollections Night & Fall
-All Hallow's Eve Stamp set by Inkadinkadoo (Sentiment and Cobwebs)
-Acetate for windows
-Green stickles
-Orange & Black ribbon from my stash
-Large ornamental brad for sentiment tag
-All edges inked with Colorbox Dark brown ink and lightly inked with Memento Tuxedo Black ink

Challenges Entered:
Bitten by the Bug:  Windows into my world

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful!Stunning and Amazing!!

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  2. Such a cute treat box. Love the Halloween theme. Thanks for joining us at BBTB2. Stephanie

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  3. oh I love your box and what a clever way to celebrate, thanks for joining in the fun at BBTB2, hugs

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  4. This is so neat...thanks so much for sharing with us at BBTB2...
    Carole

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  5. Adorable! I love EVERYTHING Hlloween and this is especially cute. thanks for joining our window challenge at BBTB2. xxD

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  6. This is adorable, cute idea,,,Thanks for sharing....

    Penny

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  7. So cute! What a great idea to make your box into a haunted house. Great idea! Thanks for joining us at BBTB2 for the window challenge.

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  8. Oh Wow,this is fabulous! Love that you used your window cut in a Halloween house. Thanks for joining us at BBTB2.
    Jayne x

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  9. Cute little Halloween house! Like the use of the acetate on the windows! Thanks for sharing with us at BBTB2!
    Glenda

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  10. Awesome with a capital "A"! I love the Sweet Tooth Boxes cartridge for making 3-D treat holders. Yours' is very creative and I'll be tucking this idea away for future reference. Thanks for sharing with us at BBTB2.

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  11. OMGosh, I am loving this box!! I love that you made it into a Halloween treat box and I love that we can peek in the window to the candy or other goodies that might be placed in it. Thanks for joining us at BBTB2 ;-)

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  12. fabulous! thanks for sharing your fun treatbox with us at bbtb2 :)

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  13. Oooh, I love halloween!!! Very smart take on the window challenge - I did not even think of the houses!!! Love your spooky little abode. Thanks for joining us this week at BBTB2.
    Susan

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  14. This is so inspiring!!! Love that you've included how you made this, it helps people like myself to fully understand cartridges like this...Thank you!

    Carol (Carol's Creations)
    4evercarolscreations.blogspot.com

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  15. Soooo cute! Can't wait for Halloween! Thanks for linking up at BBTB2! :)

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