Wednesday, October 01, 2014


Halloween Pillow Boxes!

These files are approximately 3-1/2" (6" with handle) x 5" x 1-1/4" as it comes, but it can be sized larger or smaller. The file comes with the paper embellishments shown. It is compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats.

Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out the pieces and fold on the score lines.  Adhere the handle mat to the center of the handle.
2.  Place the handle in the slots as shown.
3.  Place adhesive on the side tab and adhere it to the other side of the box.
4.  Push in the sides of the pillow box for form its shape.
5.  Adhere the sentiment on the front of the box.  Fill and embellish as desired.

Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out the pieces and fold on the score lines.  
2.  Place adhesive on the side tab and adhere it to the other side of the box.
3.  Push the wing tabs into the box slots then push in the sides of the box to form its shape.  Do this for both sides.
4.  Adhere the face pieces in place. Fill and embellish as desired.


Tuesday, September 30, 2014


Halloween Countdown!

This Halloween Countdown includes pumpkin petal boxes that can be filled with small candies or treats and pocket envelopes that have coordinating tags to write notes or surprises on (like free movie rentals, dessert of choice, etc.).  The cut file also includes numbers from 1-31 along with tab cuts for the pocket envelopes to place the numbers on!  The files are all compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats.

The frame used is the Silhouette Christmas Advent Calendar

You will also need:
Adhesive 
Jute or Twine - About 10" per pumpkin box
Cardstock -  I used a dark orange for 7 pumpkins, lighter orange on 4 pumpkins, green for stems, black for numbers, purple for tabs, white for tags, patterned paper for 4 pumpkins, and two different patterned papers for envelopes (8 in each pattern).


Here's the tutorial:

1.  Cut out 15 of the pumpkin petal boxes and stems and fold on the score lines.  Adhere the stems in place as shown

2.  Bring up the two main sides of the pumpkin petal box, line up the stems and then push down on the pieces as shown.

3.  Bring up one of the slotted sides and push it over the stem handle piece.

4.  Fill your box with your goodies then repeat for the other slotted side.

5.  Tie your jute or twine around the stem.  Repeat the above steps until all 15 pumpkin petal boxes are completed.

















6.  Next cut out 16 tags, 16 envelopes, and 16 tabs.  Fold the envelopes on the score lines.

7.  Place adhesive on the side tab of the envelope and bring the other side over and adhere in place.

8.  Place adhesive along the bottom flap of the envelop and adhere it up in place.  Gather your tag.

9.  Write your note or surprise on the tag and insert it into the envelope.

10.  Place your tab along the right side of the envelope, tucking the bottom of the tab just under the bottom of the pinked edge of the envelope as shown.  Your number will adhere on the tab.

11.  Line up all your pumpkin petal boxes and envelopes in order as to how you would want them displayed.  Adhere the numbers on as shown.


12.  Clip your pieces on the advent calendar frame using the supplied clips.




Halloween Favor Boxes

Today I am sharing my new Halloween Favor Bags!  These bags are approximately 6" x 3-3/4" x 2-3/4" which makes them perfect for holding larger items and lots and lots of candy!  The boxes can be used without the Halloween design and the Halloween label design can be used on its own as well as an embellishment for a card or layout!  The design is compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats.


The detail on this one was hard to photograph so I have a larger image of it below:

Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out the bag base and fold on the score lines.
2.  Place adhesive on the side tabs or the larger bag piece.  Adhere one side tab to the other bag base piece as shown in the photo.
3.  Adhere the remaining tab to the other side of the bag to form its shape.
4.  Tuck the slotted bottom flap in then push the two side flaps in.
5.  Pull the tab flap down and tuck into the slot.
6.  Cut and assemble the halloween label design. 
7.  Tie a bow around your bag and adhere your label on with foam adhesive.  Fill and embellish as desired!














Here's a look at my new releases for this week!


Monday, September 29, 2014


Petal Boxes

These boxes come sized to fit the 12x12 mats (larger box in image) as well as the 8x12 mats (smaller box shown). The larger when finished is approximately 6-1/4" x 4" x 4" and the smaller 4-1/2" x 2-3/4" x 2-3/4". These boxes do not require any glue and they are easy to make so they are great for classroom treats, wedding favors, and Halloween treat boxes!






1.  Cut out the base and fold on the score lines.  Adhere the stems in place.
2.  Bring up the two main sides, line up the designs and then push down 
     on the pieces as shown.
3.  Bring up one of the slotted sides and push it over the design handle piece.
4.  Fill your box with your goodies then repeat for the other slotted side.
5.  Embellish as desired!





Sunday, September 28, 2014


Candy Flowers!

Good Morning!  Today I am sharing my newest 3D Flowers and 
this time they come with a place for small candies!  

This file comes with all the pieces you need to create this candy flower. The pieces are sizeable to fit your needs and are compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats.

I have the photo tutorials under each flower.






















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