Thursday, November 15, 2012

Paper Cupcakes - November Artiste Blog Hop

Good Morning!

Today I am in a blog hop where we are featuring projects showcasing our exclusive Artiste Cricut cartridge, specifically the Noel/Ho Ho Ho key on page 79, E9.  

Here's a picture of page 79 from the booklet:

 
I also made the little box on page 80 of the Artiste.  Here is a picture of the page from the booklet - page 80, E10 :


  
I decided to make a Christmas treat box - below are pictures of my project:




  
Isn't it cute?  This cute little box was cut at 2 1/2" - page 80, E10, 3D Object, < Christms >.  I filled the treat box with Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Cups that I purchased at Costco It holds about 12 of the candiesFor the little "toppers" on the Peanut Butter Cups, I cute the image on page 79, E9, Shift, Accent 4, < HoHoHo > cut at 1.4".  The circle was cut from page 48, B8, Card, < i > at 1".  I edged the circles using Cranberry ink. 

I used Pear and Partridge paper to cover the sides of the box cut at 2 1/4" x 2 1/4".  The sentiment "a holiday treat" came from our October Stamp of the Month - Very Merry Christmas.  It coordinates with the Artiste.  The image can be found on page 79, Shift, Accent 4, < HoHoHo > and was cut at 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 1 3/4", 2".

SUPPLIES USED
Artiste Cricut Cartridge (Z1790)
Pear and Partridge paper (X7162B)
Cranberry Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad (Z2116)
Very Merry Christmas (S1210)
Red Ribbon
Clear Cellophane Wrapping Paper 

Now hop on over to Karen's blog - Inky Fingers to see more creative ideas using the Cricut Artiste Collection. 

Here's the entire lineup in case you get lost along the way:

1) Bren Yule ~ Close to My Cricut
2) Heather Plotzke ~ Heather Plotzke
3) Linda Taylor ~ The Paper Taylor  YOU CAME FROM HERE
4) Lucy Kelleher ~ Love 2 Create  YOU ARE HERE
5) Karen Barber ~ Inky Fingers  YOUR NEXT STOP
6) Tasha Valdez ~ Rabbit Hill Ranch
7) Dana Simone-Kurtz ~ Dana's Doodles
8) Rebecca Nelson ~ Craft'n It Up
9) Corina Mitchell ~ My Creative Ink
10) Karen Cullen ~ Karen's Creative Nest

7 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing. Treat boxes make great gifts!

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  2. Oh you clever girl! I LOVE your treat box idea! Please share at our Dec meeting!!!

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  3. Love it Lucy! And awesome details so we can all make our own.

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  4. The boxes look great. I love this idea. Thanks for providing detail on how many candies it will hold...that really helps with the planning.

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  5. Very cute and clever idea Lucy!

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