Monday, January 23, 2012

Little Treat Box

Good Morning!! Well the weather here in Canada is crazy, yesterday was freezing -13 C when I woke up and this morning it is +2 C going up to +7 C. If it weren't for the rain I would be taking the kids outside to get some much needed fresh air. Ok so I have been seeing alot of different shaped treat bags using just a plain old rectangular box and adding a different shape to the front and the back so I thought I would give it a try.

What I Used:
K Andrew Designs Art Stamps: Food For Thought "You Are...", "Love", "the Best!"
                                                 Winter Wishes "cute"
Spellbinders Nestabilities: Labels Eight
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder: Floral Fancy
Green Ink: Dollarstore
Memento Ink:tuxedo Black
Flower punch
Green Gem: Dollarstore

Food For Thought order HERE

Winter Wishes Order HERE

Ok so I used my two favourite colours for this project GREEN & PINK!! This would be a really cute party favour or wedding favour done in the wedding colours and it is super easy to put together!! Now in the magazine where I got the inspiration for this project they had made a set of cards and had them in it as a gift.

Please don't forget that there is still a Simply Sunday challenge going on right now over at Getting Cricky with K Andrew, you have until Saturday January 28th to link up your "Let It Snow" use embossing project.

Also you can still pre-order the new stamps sets from K Andrew Designs click on the link to see them.

Have A Great Day!!

God Bless



  1. This is so awesome, Kristan!! The embossing is fabulous and I love green and pink together!! Those flowers just pop against the green!! Gorgeous project!! :)


  2. This is a very sweet little treat box, I love it!



  3. Cute little treat box!
    Sherrie K

  4. This is so cute! What an awesome idea. I love the idea of using this is a gift box for cards!

  5. The weather certainly is crazy, isn't it?! It's so hard to make plans of any sort.
    What a great box! It'll be perfect for little treats - and such a great match with the little card in your post above. (I know, I'm reading in the wrong order!!)