I hope you have enjoyed seeing the projects that were shared Week 1 and 2…
IF YOU MISSED THEM
Well, don’t worry…
If my Graphic 45 French Country Candy Gift Box seems familiar it is because I created it in Jan of 2014 and re-posted today to celebrate the re-release of the Sizzix Candy Box.
It is so fun that Eileen Hull’s Candy Box is so interactive with her other dies!!!!
SO NEEDLESS TO SAY…
I thrilled that Sizzix will be bring this fabulous Candy Box Die back.
I die cut a medium block using the XL Scoreboard Block Die
and mat board. When formed I covered with Graphic 45 French County Country pattern paper. I repeated with the Candy Drawer using the Sizzix Candy Drawer Die
from Sizzix. Once both were covered I adhered them together.
I punched and stamped several tags to place inside of the box. Decorating them with corresponding paper and die cuts from the Kitchen Label Die Set
.Wrapped a few candy bars with the paper, fussy cut some of the sunflowers and place them on the candy bars with pop dots. Place inside of the Candy Box.
Add a tag that has been crumpled up, adhere to the top of the block using glue dots, added a fun bow, a metal embellishment and some a fun bling center to my sunflower.
I love to fussy cut so I cut several of the roosters from the Graphic 45 French County papers and added them to the top of the labels.
Finish your project add a few small beads to be the legs on the Candy Box.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my French County Candy Box one more time and are inspired to make yourself some candy box projects using dies from Sizzix.
Make sure to check out all the projects being shared today by Eileen Inspiration Team.
I am sure you will be inspired.
Graphic 45 French Country
Chestnut Roan Ink
Random Ribbon, Bling, Beads
Thanks for stopping by and til next time.
Eileen Hull Inspiration Team
I’m so happy to be apart of Eileen Hull Inspiration Design Team and help promote Eileen Hull’s wonderful products that are manufactured with Sizzix. Eileen and Sizzix so generously supply us with so many fabulous Dies and Embossing Folders to work with like those that I’m using today