These treat boxes were made using the pizza box Big Pro Sizzix die and a black core scoreboard. If you cut the scoreboard just right, you can cut two pizza boxes (minus the labels and inside partitions) from one 12x12 piece. For the first one I wanted to achieve a spooky Godiva candy box look. I sprayed the box with gold Glimmer Mist (from the set) and let it dry. Next I used double stick tape on just the ends of a 1-1/2" orange ribbon and adhered it around the box. (This allows the ribbon band to slide on and off the box.) Double stick Merikan tape was used under the whole length of the thin purple ribbon (from Ben Franklin Crafts). The final easy step is to glue the dotted and paw print black ribbons to the cat rossette (Martha Stewart) and glue all of it to the ribbon band.
Because of the Dandelion Design cat image, the second pizza box has a sweeter look even thought it uses the same black box as the other one. Imaginisce Halloweeen double sided card stock with glazed images were used for the background and frame ( green reverse side). The frames were cut using Sizzix dies (from a scallop set) and the image was colored with Copic pens. These pizza boxes would be great filled with candies, note pads and mini pens, or craft supplies but I think a thick slab of fudge sounds wickedly wonderful. LOL! Thanks for stopping by. I hope you'll visit again to see more of my Halloween projects.
Simon Says Stamp Falling Hearts 4 Ways!
This weekend I played with the latest
Simon Says Stamp Falling Hearts background stamp.
Talk about SUPER versatile!!
Let's get to it shall we.....