Saturday, November 10, 2012

Candy Dispenser Boxes



Welcome to the Holly Jolly Blog Hop hosted by Kristen at My Fantabulous Life! You should have come to my blog from Darcy's Blog. If you didn't and want to start at the beginning of the hop, go to Kristen's blog. We've got a lot of great Christmas projects for you to enjoy, so let's get to it!

The project I created for the hop is a cute, little paper Candy Dispenser! I designed the box in CCR using Craft Room Basics and George and Basic Shapes. A friend had seen THIS paper candy dispenser and asked me to make one for Halloween. I used the basic cube box and tweaked it a bit and made a Frankenstein box for her. I knew right away I would be making more of these boxes. I used my same CCR file to cut these boxes and decorated them for the holidays!




I hope you enjoyed seeing my project and will visit my blog again! Now, it's time to hop on over to Cindy's Blog and see what she has ready for you!

Happy Holidays!

49 comments:

  1. Cute! Love all your little boxes and treat holders!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com
    cccscraproom@myemc.net

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  2. Clever, clever idea! They are adorable. You and that CCR! You are a master!

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  3. Your Rudolph Spares still has me giggling!! Candy and crafting~ is there a better combination?

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  4. No one can master CCR like you can, Paulette! These are so cute. What a great idea!

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  5. Great projects and love the clever tags - Rudolph spares and Snowball machine indeed! Your mastery of boxes is amazing and your choice of paper and design elements are perfect!

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  6. All I can say is "WOW" and amazing

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  7. Well, now I HAVE to master the CCR so I can make these cute, cute boxes! Grrrr! TFS Christine

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  8. Really cute- any chance you would share the cut file?

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  9. These are so cute they would make great gift boxes for my kids at school.

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  10. Cute and functional! Plus a great gift idea! Very creative as always, Paulette!

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  11. Love your boxes and the paper/design is great! You are the CCR Queen and like every other little treat container you make, these would be EMPTY at my house!

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  12. Okay that is awesome! Love your boxes.

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  13. OHHHHHH, be still my heart ..... THESE are nothing but ADORABLE ... and leave it to you to just "tweak" it a "LITTLE".

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  14. You are most definitely the CCR and box Queen! These are awesome treat boxes and are perfect for any occasion!

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  15. Really a super great idea. Thanks for sharing this.

    Donna
    goCricutgo

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  16. ok, these are my favorite on the hop so far. Are you going to share your CCR file? Please, Please, Please :) Would love to make some of these.
    Christi
    fillhardfarm at ymail dot com

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  17. These are super! Thanks for sharing your project with us!!

    Kim M.
    kkmaehrer@gmail.com

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  18. My gosh girl these are aweome! Hoe to get some insight on how to make them. They are too fun for Christmas. Kids would love them.

    Thanks, Janis

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  19. Wow! Your treat boxes are so very cute. Thanks so much for sharing!

    Brenda

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  20. Very cute candy dispensers! Those would make great stocking stuffers!

    http://happyscrapper64.blogspot.com/

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  21. Very cute!!! I like this idea and think that I will make some as well!!!

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  22. Your candy dispenser boxes are amazing.

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  23. These boxes are so cute! I second it...how do we make them?

    bedard01240@gmail.com

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  24. These boxes are so cute -- I am always amazed at what you create using CCR!!

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  25. As always awesome job! M. Reyes

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  26. OMGosh!! These are super cute & fun!!! Great idea! One of these days I'll get onto CCR and figure it all out:)

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  27. Very cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  28. Another cute creation from Scrapalette!! Love them!

    Tracy

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  29. This is so adorable. Love the little boxes how fun - the sayings are sooooo perfect too. Great job as usual. Thanks, Terri

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  30. Very creative! Love the Halloween idea and now using it for a different holiday. What a great small gift idea. :)

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  31. Sweet!! Love your little treat boxes, so cute!!

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  32. The candy boxes are super cool..I would love to make a few to have in my school library for the teachers to have a treat when they visit...could you pretty please with ice-cream on top, share the file? :)

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  33. Fantastic idea. Such cute boxes that will be great for any holiday. I love how you decorated them.

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  34. Oh my goodness, these are adorable - snowballs and spare noses! I have to make these for the little ones. TFS!

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  35. I want the file! :D this is awesome! what cute boxes! even just show a screen shot of the file? so I can re-create it? :D

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  36. If anyone could recreate something, it would be "you", my dear! And you did, once again!! Super cute!!! Love it! TFS! :-)

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  37. Those are adorable. Will you share the cut file?

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  38. Those are adorable. Will you share the cut file?

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  39. I came from the Link Up Tuesday site. These are fabulous! Would love to know how you did them! :)

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  40. Adorable! Perfect for me to make for my husband's team! Now... is the file/pattern available?

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  41. Adorable!!! Congrats on being featured at Pink By Desing!!! Might need to make this one :)

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  42. Super cute and what a great gift idea! Congrats on being featured by Sarah this week...I was too!
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Teresa
    www.createenjoyshare.blogspot.com

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  43. Agreed this is so stinking cute. Please will you share the ccr file? I am new to ccr but a whiz at ds. So great to see what can be doen. whipstaff at yahoo dot com

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