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Aug
13

Cupcake Box

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I’ve had this idea in my head for a couple of months and it finally took shape this past week.  After much trial and error (emphasis on the error!) I figured out this fun little package:

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Here it is opened:

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As you can see, I left the front flap totally open so it would be easy to get goodies in and out of the box.  I used Pale Plum cardstock texturized with the Big Shot Perfect Details plate and  Rich Razzleberry ink for lightly sponging all pieces.  I also used Rich Razzleberry cardstock and the Daisies #2 die for the embellishment on the front.  I also used some of the new white satin ribbon to tie it all shut – it is really beautiful ribbon!

I made some special cupcakes with an authentic buttercream frosting and decided to use one and this little box as part of a birthday gift for my girlfriend LeAnne.  She loved it so I plan to make a few more boxes soon to keep for those last minute gifts we all need from time to time.

I hope you like it!

TTFN,

Natasha

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Comments

  1. Kenda says:

    Love this little box!! Would love to be able to figure things out like this, but I have to live through ladies like you who are so talented!

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