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Candy Corn Treat Box


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Design by: Threadbear (11 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: 1 hour to 2 hours
Project tags: Boxes/Bags/Tags Halloween Gifts Holiday Décor

Two-piece candy corn box made using the triangle box cut from Sweet Tooth Boxes. It features a cute spider and some candy corns from the Halloween Cuttlebug 3" x 3" die. I have more pics on my blog: http://allscrappedout.com/

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Orange yellow and white cardstock
  • Cuttlebug
  • Cuttlebug spider web embossing folder
  • Cuttlebug 3x3 Halloween die
  • Glossy Accents
  • Baker

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Cut triangle box on Sweet Tooth Boxes at 6", cutting bottom from orange cardstock and top from white. In CCR, using George & Basic Shapes, create a triangle that matches the top of the box and cut it from white.
I took the triangle shape I created for the top of the box and laid out two more in CCR, one for the orange section and one for the yellow section. I used an oval shape from George to intersect the triangle to get the shapes I wanted, but you can also cut the segments by hand, eyeballing how large you want them to be. I glued the orange and yellow pieces onto the white triangle and ran the piece through the Cuttlebug using the spider web folder. I then glued it on top of the box lid.
Cut the spider from black cardstock and the candy corns from white. I used white paint for the spider's eyes and colored the candy corns with markers. I then coated the top of the candy with Glossy Accents to give them some shine. The spider, candy corns and tag are attached to the lid with pop dots. I used a free printable for the tags and I have the link on my blog:
http://allscrappedout.com/2012/10/28/cricut-candy-corn-boxes/

Step 1

Cut triangle box on Sweet Tooth Boxes at 6", cutting bottom from orange cardstock and top from white. In CCR, using George & Basic Shapes, create a triangle that matches the top of the box and cut it from white.

Step 2

I took the triangle shape I created for the top of the box and laid out two more in CCR, one for the orange section and one for the yellow section. I used an oval shape from George to intersect the triangle to get the shapes I wanted, but you can also cut the segments by hand, eyeballing how large you want them to be. I glued the orange and yellow pieces onto the white triangle and ran the piece through the Cuttlebug using the spider web folder. I then glued it on top of the box lid.

Step 3

Cut the spider from black cardstock and the candy corns from white. I used white paint for the spider's eyes and colored the candy corns with markers. I then coated the top of the candy with Glossy Accents to give them some shine. The spider, candy corns and tag are attached to the lid with pop dots. I used a free printable for the tags and I have the link on my blog:
http://allscrappedout.com/2012/10/28/cricut-candy-corn-boxes/

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SHOWCASED - A FEATURED PROJECT
SHOWCASED - A FEATURED PROJECT
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CELEBRATED - PROJECT FAVED 50+ TIMES
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Great project, as always!!

Published on October 30, 2012 by NadiaHerbstMcConnell Flag Comment As Inappropriate
Totally charming and wonderful! Love your mix of color and texture!

Published on October 30, 2012 by SisPatterson Flag Comment As Inappropriate