Today I have a wonderful Fall 3-D project to share with you, a tall milk carton filled with candy corn and taffy.
My daughter came home from collage for the weekend and it was wonderful to visit with her, and I couldn't resist making a few treat boxes for her and her roommates, and another friend who is at the same collage- BYU-Idaho.
This weeks Challenge Me Monday at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog
Create a project with a pumpkin on it.
I used the Recollections paper pack "Simply Autumn" purchased from Michaels craft store, these papers are beautiful with a touch of colored glitter on many of the pages.
I found the Milk Carton template -HERE. However I did adjust the width and height of my box. I'll have a video up later today sharing how I made this box and include the measurements and details that I used.
The stamp I added to the pumpkin is from "My Craft Spot" the set is called "Happy Fall"
There are so many other great pumpkin project over at Fantabulous Cricut that the design team has created, I've had a sneak peek and they are amazing! You won't want to miss it, and then we would love you to join in on this weeks "Pumpkin" challenge -HERE.
Wow! You've been busy! These look fantastic, Robin - and are sure to be a hit!!ReplyDelete
(I was just checking that all the links were working and saw yours! I thought I'd messed up but realized we must have been working at the same time. :) )
These are the BEST, RObin!!! Nice work!!!ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous! Love everyone of them!ReplyDelete
These milk cartons are so cute. Love this idea.ReplyDelete
Love the pretty milk cartons! I will check back later to see the video!ReplyDelete
Love the paper you used---probably going to have to go out and get some :) I am sure the ladies are going to love these treats :)ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous, Robin! I love treat boxes. They are so fun!ReplyDelete
These milk cartons are just adorable! I am sure you had a great visit with your daughter. Treat boxes are so much fun to make and to receive!ReplyDelete
Love these, Robin! Awesome job! And thanks for the link to the milk carton template! :) ~Jen http://happyplaceforjen.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
Wow!! This are gorgeous!! I love how decorated them too!!ReplyDelete
TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/