Saturday, July 30, 2011

Pyramid Party Favor Boxes For Everyday Cricut


Happy Saturday everyone. As most of you know, I usually have a guest spot at Everyday Cricut on the third Saturday of the month. This month the schedule did not work out correctly so I opted for the fifth Saturday!

As you all know, half of my mind is constantly focused on weddings these days – between my friend Kathy’s son’s wedding, my friend Beth’s daughter’s wedding and of course, my older son’s wedding next year I seem to be constantly having wedding thoughts. This week’s project is favor box that would be great for a party or, yes, you guessed it – a wedding!

For all of the details on how to create these treat boxes for yourself, drop by Everyday Cricut. It is Melanie’s, Joy’s, and Everyday Cricut’s anniversary so be sure to check out the FABULOUS anniversary giveaways while you are there!!



20 comments:

  1. Hi Susan! I just wanted to stop by and say "THANK YOU" for the cut file for this GORGEOUS Project! I left a comment on Everyday Cricut... but didn't know if you read all those comments... So I thought I would let you know that I LOVE how this project turned out and can't wait to try the cut file on something crafty! Have a great weekend! :o)
    Theresa

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  2. Very Beautiful, left a message on Everyday Cricut

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous and so kind of you to share the cut file. Thank you so much.

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  4. These boxes are beautiful - and to think you created the box usin George is even more spectacular! Great Job!!!

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  5. TFS this project! The colors are gorgeous and absolutely striking!!!
    Jill
    http://craftwithanangel.blogspot.com/

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  6. Ohmygosh! These are incredible. You are soooo smart! :) Thanks for sharing this!

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  7. I love your treat boxes. My son is engaged :) I cant use the cut file I dont have the carts. I am going to try and use some different cartridges, cant wait to see wjat mine look like!! LOL!!!

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  8. This is just precious. I am new to your site so where do I download the cut file?

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  9. Susan , these are so adorable. Good job, wish I had these ideas when my two were getting married three months apart. What an elegant favor. Sandy N.

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  10. Ann, Welcome to my blog. You will find all of the Cricut Design Studio files in the left column under the header, DOWNLADABLE DESIGN STUDIO .CUT FILES. CLick on the name of the file that you would like and you will be taken to the sharing site, where you will then click to save the file to your computer.

    Susan

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  11. Thank you for the cut file, your treat boxes are adorable. I am a new follower.

    happyscrapin@blogspot.com

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  12. Beautiful Boxes!! Love the color scheme and mixing stamping with Cricut cuts.

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  13. Hello good weekend to you. I just found your work on Obssessed with Scrapbooking and loved this project. I love the colors that were chosen as well.
    Thank you for sharing
    www.tryingtobecreative-joanne.blogspot.com

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  14. Wow, saw your project on Everydaycricut and loved it and just had to become a follower of your blog. The boxes look very professional, and they're beautiful.

    Congrats on the engagement of your son and thanks for sharing.

    lflinesatcomcastdotnet

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  15. I really like this a lot. I don't know whether I would have the confidence to do it...it seems complicated to me. I think it's because I'm very visual and need to see it being done to fully understand. I might try it though because it's something I'd really like to learn to do. Thanks for the great idea!

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  16. OMG - I am so in awes that you created this awesome box from George. my imagination sees the physical cut and my imagination doesn't seem to see anything else.. I will gladly take the cut file and be so very thankful!! I am hoping you can tell me how you made the hash marks. what's the chance of making a video on how you made this?? :0 THIS is why we have blogs to learn... and be inspired... thank you

    parkernana5 at cox dot net

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  17. I like 'em! I like 'em a lot :)

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  18. These are beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing with us! I'm a newbie! Could you explain how to get the cut file for these? LOVE THEM!

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  19. I too am in wedding mode! My oldest daughter is getting married in May. What cartridge is this from!? I have to make them!

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