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My True Love – Valentine Heart Candy Box

Valentine’s day is coming soon and I have been trying to get all my little goodies done! I always give the kiddos a little box of chocolate on Valentine’s day.. Well, this is my first Valentine’s with a Cricut so I wanted to step it up a bit and make my own. I had these awesome Conversation Heart Box files from Svg Cuts and was trying to think of some way to make it an actual top and bottom for that traditional candy heart box look.

After some thinking it came to me! And I LOVE it! I honestly think it looks better in person for some reason.. So pretty! ignore the wrinkled paper… I am using  a spare glue and it’s mean and wrinkles my pretty paper.

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I love the stickers in this paper collection! I used a few of them on my project.

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This 3d rose makes me happy *love*

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And.. because I know you are dying to make one..

 

SVG files – Candy Heart Boxes : Breezy Butterflies : Crush On You Boxes (rose)

Cartridges needed – Sentimentals (I only used a tag from here. You can use your own tags or snag one from this SVG Collection Tags Galore)

Cut your hearts and tab strip in SCAL or MTC at 11″ Cut an additional tab strip at 11″ (Go to OBJECT> BREAK APART and delete your two hearts *this is in SCAL*)

Take your tab strips and trim them at 2″. SO you will have a 2″ strip and a smaller strip. Do this for both.

Cut your tabs so they are pretty small. This helps form a smoother shape to the box.

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Score your tabs (or just fold them over) and attach like so:

 

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You will want a fast drying glue to work quickly. Also.. to have a ‘lip’ I went around the edges of the heart and marked off at 1/2″. This will help form the box better and make sure you lid fits nicely.

Now, because I wanted a larger box I had to glue together two tab strips… just make sure you do not cut one upside down like I did, LOL! You can hide this line later with an embellishment or sticker. if you make your box smaller then it would be best to weld the two in SCAL.

 

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Once you get back to your starting point then connect it with your loose tab strip. (You will need to trim the loose strip down about 5″ or so)

Yes… I use hair clips to hold things in place to dry..

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Do the same for the lid. IMPORTANT — Your box will not close nicely if you do not match up the ‘V’ in the heart.. make sure you glue them in the same spots!

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Voila’!

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Time to decorate it!

Before I even made this I knew I had to have a 3d rose on it! The SVG Cuts roses are easier to put together than I thought they would be, especially with a hot glue gun!

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I inked my edges… I left some white area to show through the paper core because I like the way it looks in this project! If you need some help with the roses check out the SVG Cuts video

To create the fanned circles you just cut a strips at 1 1/4′ x 11″ (for the top one) and another at 1″ x 11″ for the side. Score/fold them at 1/2″. Glue the ends together for a circle and that’s it!

The paper collection is STUNNING! From the wonderful Echo Park line ‘Be Mine’.

I really hope you love this project and it inspires you! I had so much fun making it that I am working on a dinosaur box for my son! I will show you all in a few days!

Toodles!

My first design team project for Svgcuts.com!

I finished this up the other day and just adore these little treat boxes! Want to learn how to make these and the recipe for cake balls? Check out the blog post over at SVG Cuts! Tamara’s Corner

Now.. a few pictures!

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Yummy! Don’t forget to pick up the SVG files at svgcuts.com to make your own!

Fantabulous Free File Friday

Three days late! I just started this last week and I am already slackin’..

Anyhow, this one is super cute and so easy!

You will need a paper or styrofoam cone shape. I found some paper ones on sale at Michaels this week! You will also want to use a hot glue gun. The glittered star on top was a whole $1.00 from Walmart.

You can find the SVG files on Crate Paper’s Blog! (large, small and medium petals)

Cut ‘em all out and start glueing! Instead of wrapping each petal around a pencil like shown.. I stacked 10 at a time and curved them around my finger all at once.. much faster! ;)

Here is my finished masterpiece! (Paper is DCWV ‘Tis the season (my new favorite! So pretty!)

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I also got some new goodies this week for my New for me Monday post.. which will also be late, lol.. Maybe I will just combine it all with next weeks. Ahhh, holidays taken up my time!

I am going to make a pumpkin spice cake with cream cheese frosting tomorrow.. Mmm.. (Maybe?.. lol.. I am not much of a pumpkin/spice fan)

I will catch up soon! You all have a great Thanksgiving!


How to make the cookie jar card! Featuring files from svgcuts.com

I shared my COOKIE JAR CARD earlier and said I would post instructions.. So, here they are!

Now, I didn’t get very many pictures because I took them as I was trying to figure this thing out. Hopefully it helps some of you that might be interested in making it! A video would have been better.. hmm.. maybe I will get a video camera someday! I actually have one, but I hate it, lol.

SUPPLIES -

Glue

Hot glue gun

Scissors

Hole punch

Double sided sticky foam sqaures

 

CUTS – COOKIE FILES FROM SVGCUTS.COM

jar bottom and top

2 circles for the jar lid.

buttons

cookies and ‘icing’

cookie cutters – x2

pan pieces plus an extra bottom piece

scalloped frame top and bottom

To make the removable lid I just traced it out and hand cut.. you will need two of these.

 

MEASUREMENTS -

I did some guess work.. I wanted a large card so I cut the jar pieces at 10.050 wide (finished it’s about 10″ high! Love big cards!). The pan was rotated and then cut at about 4.25″ wide (the jar opening should be about 4.5″ if cut at the size I used) The cookies are cut at about 2″ high-ish. The little cookie cutters are about 1.5″ tall. Just play around with it and have fun! I loved creating this card! I see my pan should have had another cookie on it but I lost two of the pieces and was to lazy to cut more, LOL!

 

EXTRAS -

Embelishments of your choice. I chose some twine.

I inked a few edges in brown and in silver.

Ribbon of your choice.

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GLUE -

Both ‘wrong’ side of the circles.

Assemble cookies.

Cookie cutters will be doubled up for stability.

Glue one ‘lid’ to the wrong side of the bottom of the cookie jar.

Assemble your scalloped edge frame. You can leave it blank to write something later. Or print something out like I did. After I printed it out I just the bottom frame piece as a template to trace and hang cut the shape.

Glue your pan together with your cookies and any text. Glue all edges down good!

Now, glue the lid circle onto the lid.

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Decorate the top of the cookie jar. I opened the file and broke it apart, removed the circles that came on the file and then added these buttons. I love them! I used twine to make them look even better! These were hot glued on.

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Now, take your back piece and just set the cookie pan over it in the center so you can kinda see where you want it to lay. Take some foam double sided sticky squares and set them around the pan like so -

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The squares will help hold it together along with the glue.. and also to support and guide the slide in part as well as have it ‘lifted’ a bit.

This is where I got lazy about taking photos, LOL.. But, you just glue the pan to the edge of the lid.

I glued the bottom and top pieces of the jar together with hot glue to make it more sturdy! To help prevent the top edge of the cookie jar from lifting when someone pulls the cookie pan in and out, I used a hole punch and tied the twine through it. The cookie cutters are hot glued on. Then I added a little bow, hot glued as well.

Once everything is all dry slide your pan in and you’re done! It is SO very cute and if you glue the cookies down really well (get close to the edges) then it will not ‘snag’ and slides in and out really nicely!

I created some text in SCAL and added it to my card!

Ta-da!! I really hope this made sense.. and inspires some of you! Thanks for reading! have a crafty weekend, everyone!

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