I originally had thought to make these Criss Cross boxes, made from the Pennant XL Die, for a Candy Wrapper Swap that I did at Leadership. Inside the box is a wrapped Kit Kat bar! However, I changed my mind. I still think it is cute, so thought I'd share it here since it is Bring on the Cake Suite week over on Create with Connie and Mary! Our Occasions Edition subscription is JUST getting started! It's not too late to join!
Would you like a tutorial for this? If so, I may be persuaded to make one up! Leave me a comment and I'll see what I can do!
I did use the Pennant XL Die to make the box out of Daffodil Delight Textured cardstock. I didn't like the seam in the back, so I added a matted layer of Pumpkin Pie Textured Cardstock in the back. I wrapped around a strip of the new Sale-A-Bration Ice Cream Parlor Designer Series Paper. The Scallop Circle is from the Pennant Die also, cut from Pumpkin Pie textured cardstock. I layered on a 1 3/4 Circle Punch of Old Olive that I ran thru the Big Shot with the Square Lattice Impressions Folder. The base of the cupcake liner was punched from another pattern in Ice Cream Parlor DSP. The frosting is punched from yet another pattern, except I covered it with Versamark and then Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder to make it sparkle! I added a small Itty Bitty Punch Flower of Daffodil Delight and a Rhinestone Jewel in the center of it. The cupcake is popped up with Stampin' Dimensionals!
Inside, the Kit Kat Candy Bar is wrapped with another pattern in the Ice Cream Parlor DSP, and wrapped with Pumpkin Pie Taffeta Ribbon that is tied around with a knot. Can you believe I've used up almost an entire package of that Ice Cream Parlor DSP already!!! I can't wait to order more! TODAY is the first day of Sale-A-Bration…every $50 order you place, you can choose one of the selections in the Sale-A-Bration brochure! Make sure to place your ONLINE ORDER with me! I certainly appreciate your business!
Hope you like my Build a Cupcake Criss Cross Candy Wrapper box! I thought it turned out CUTE!!!
I just LOVE your candy-wrapper!! Hope you will make a tuturial for this!!
I fell in love with this the moment I saw it! Such a cute, fun idea! I would so love a tutorial!!
Love it! Great out of the box use for the pendant die. Would love a tutorial!
I love when I find something to do with a die other then what it was intended for; as you get your money's worth out of it then. I would so love to see a tutorial on how you made this.
Thanks so much.
Yes a tutorial would be great…
Crystal from Hawaii says
Yes…PPPPPLLLLEEEAAASSSEEE!!!!!!Share a tutorial of how you made the pendant die box!!! I L-O-V-E my big shot and I am always looking for new ways to use my dies….you totally rock!!!
Kay Capps says
Hi- How wonderful! Would love to see a tutorial on this! Thanks for your inspiration! Hugs Kay
Barbara B says
So cute! Please do a tutorial. Love your blog and appreciate all the clever ideas you share..
Gloria C. says
Yes, please yes, give us a PDF/tutorial on how to make this cute treat box. Love your work.
Kristine McIntosh says
Great give idea. You are so talented. It would be fantastic if you could share how you made it. I have the Pennant Die and so far it is much underused, this could turn it into a must have.
Sandy Fleming says
This is really cute! I'd love to know how to make one.
Cindy M says
What a creative genius you are!! Would love to see a tutorial!! Thanks for all your wonderful work!
Cindy M (from the old SURAS days!)
Carol Valentine says
As always you are so clever! Love the colors and use of the die. Wouldlove the tutorial, thanks Cathy
Jonia Smith says
I love your box Connie! It is such a cute way to give someone something and still wish them a happy birthday. I could see making up quite a few of these at a time. Thanks for sharing.
I love it! This seems to be a quick and fun project to make. I would love to see a tutorial.
Edna R says
Yes, tutorial please!!!
Kelli B says
tutorial please! Terrific project
Kelli B says
Please make a tutorial- terrific project!
Alesia Pearson says
What an adorable treat! I'd love to know how you made that cute little box from the pennant die! Too cute! Thanks so much for sharing it! -Alesia
I would love a tute on this project. So cute!
Kadie in Arizona says
Connie: This is BEYOND CUTE……How much FUN would these little boxes be for my grandkids birthday treats for their classmates. ROCK ON girlfriend-we would ALL LOVE a tutorial on this one. THANMKS for sharing all your amazing creations!
Christine Alward says
Connie, I just love your site and your work. I am visiting your blog quite often. This project seems like one I'd love to make for a fundraiser. Would you please send me the tutorial, if possible. Thanks so much.