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Regurgitated Candy





If you ventured over here from 3GirlJam's blog, not to worry...not gonna repeat myself too much!

I thought I would share the instructions so that you can easily create the above silly treat I've made for Halloween next month!

The overall dimensions (Finished) is 4.5 x 3 x 1 inches.

Following is a diagram for creating the box:





Instructions:
(1) Cut your black cardstock to a size of 6 x 8.5 inches.
(2) Score it where indicated (along the 8.5" side) at 1, 4, 6, and 8 inches.
(3) Score it where indicated (along the 6" side) at 1 and 5.5 inches.
(4) Cut where indicated by the solid lines.  Some of the cutting will cut away the areas indicated by the hatch marks.
(5) Fold it along the score lines and examine it until you understand how to glue it together.
(6) Glue or use super sticky double sided tape (I use Sobo glue or Sookwang tape).
(7) Embellish until you are just super pleased with yourself!
(8) Fill with yummy chocolate (or stuff your cat gave you back!!!!)
(9) Fold and adhere the top flap.
(10) Pat yourself on the back!

Products I Used:
(1) Cardstock and designer series paper {Basic Black and Howlstooth and Scaring Bone DSP} is Stampin Up!
(2) Crinkle Ribbon is from 3Girl Jam {Harvest Bundle}
(3) Button is frin 3Girl Jam {Vintage buttons} I painted the button with some bronze under paint I had from some leafing materials.
(4) Black and White twine
(5) The punch for the "Regurgitated Candy" label is from Stampin Up!
(6) The skeleton stamp is a PSX stamp I've had over 15 years! {1997}
(7) The "Regurgitated Candy" stamp is from Waltzing Mouse {Wanda's Pantry}
(8) Oh, and do you see the burlap banner!  This burlap ribbon is GOING to be available beginning Oct 1 from 3Girl Jam!

Leave me a comment!  I'd love to hear from you!

Comments

jessica said…
This is awesome!!! Thanks for the design patter also :)
Jessica Buffa said…
Rebecca this is beautiful! Thanks so much for the pattern and instructions. Love the fun "title"...LOL! Great use of the new burlap!
:O)
Jessica S
3GJ DT Sister

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