Monday, September 13, 2010

Chocolate Bar box for my favorite Gobblins


Happy Monday bloggers!  My first project of the week is the weekly BBTB2 project.  This week's challenge cut was selected by the lovely and amazing Regina Easter!  Regina chose the crayon box on Cricut's Tags, Bags, Boxes, and More cartridge.  For those who may  be interested, the last time I checked TBBM was available at the Cricut rewards site for 800 points.


Obviously I chose to go with a Halloween theme for this challenge.  I was thinking of my favorite little neighborhood gobblins and designed a spooky-fun box to hold full-size Hershey chocolate bars.  As an added bonus the will also hold two of my large cut out sugar cookies! 


I used several additional cartridges to decorate my tick or teat boxes including: Storybook for the the tag, Happy Hauntings for the fence with the creepy bird and the bat, George for the moon shape and background rectangle, and Celebrate with Flourish for the Happy Halloween title cut.  I used fun Halloween papers and I added a square of sticky Velcro to the flap for secure closure.


I embossed the tag and added white pen dots to enhance the edges.  I also added black dashes around the half moon on the flap.  I finished the box off with a bit of black rick-rack along the top edge. 

If you have not already been by the Bitten By the Bug 2 blog today, click on the name and you can view the design team's amazing projects.  I will be back tomorrow with a new Yudu project to share!!



17 comments:

  1. Wow I get to be the first. Love this idea of a chocolate box for those extra special trick or treaters. Great for a card also.
    Thank you
    Linda in Stanwood

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  2. Such a cute idea, I absolutely love it!! TFS! :)

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  3. Great idea, Susan. A lot of people will be using this cut after seeing your creation. It's just perfect for extra special trick or treaters.

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  4. What a great idea and adorable box..I Love it !!!
    xoxo Joy

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  5. Two questions: One, where do I find you? And two, how do I become a favorite? LOL! This is so cool! The kiddos are sure to love this. What a great thing to do for them.

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  6. Just2Ducky, you just became a "favorite", lol! Thanks,
    Susan

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  7. Great job! Love that Celebrate with Flourish cart!!!

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  8. oooooooooooo la la la...awesome idea girl...love it...hugs

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  9. Love this idea....may have to lift this one!

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  10. Oooooo....this is so fun!! I love the idea of putting chocolate bars in it. So cute and yummy!

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  11. I love this. I would like to borrow the idea for a bridal shower, would you mind? Also, would you please let me know the size you cut this?
    Thanking you so much in advance.
    Sharon

    shareeduff@aol.com

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  12. This is such a cute idea. Love it!

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  13. This is so pretty Susan, love the vibrant colors! And what a great idea! I don't get any more Trick or Treater's anymore since I live way out in the country, That is one thing I do miss about leaving Vegas, we always had SOOO many and McCade loved to dress up and hand out candy. We just decorate now and stay home.

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  14. What a great candy box, girlfriend! I wanna come to your house for Halloween! xxD

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  15. This idea is super neat!! TFS!!
    Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

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  16. This is AWESOME!! Can I come trick or treat at your house? :)

    Can you tell me what size you cut the crayone box to accomodate the candy bar?

    Thanks for your help!! Love your blog!! ~ Judy
    lifesabeach32940@cfl.rr.com)

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