Sunday, December 12, 2010

Thank You Gifts Blog Hop

Welcome to the "Thank You Gifts Blog Hop".  I am so glad you are here visiting my blog.  Thank you to Joy for hosting this hop.  If you are not starting at the beginning, please feel free to start with Joy's blog.


Today I am showing three different ways to creatively give candy. First is a house box.  Second the traditional  candy box that I made.  Finally, a tree box. 


Here is the directions for the house.  I used Winter Woodlands  building  # 3.  You can make this on any size bug, but I would recommend resizing it with DS or the gypsy.  For starters,  you can make the house taller than it would be on its own and I also resized the door to not have the step.
 Next I scored and cuttlebugged all that need to be done. 
 Don't those windows look cute?
 Here it is done.  I used part of a circle punch on the side to make it easier to pull the boxed out.
I used my scorer to make the box insert.  I just measured two sides of the house and measured how high (tall), I wanted the box to be.  Then I just scored and cut and assembled. Now it is ready to fill with candy.  The ribbon holds the candy in the house pretty well, so it doesn't drop out.

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Now for the Candy box.  I looked all over for a box like this one.  I just couldn't find one I liked.  So I made my own, using my gypsy and George & Basic Shapes.  Here is how it looks before I folded it together.


My sides fold in double, so it is firmer and sturdier.    I used my ATG to put it together and the tape holds it perfectly.
 I made several colors.  The heavier the card stock, the better they look.



Your options are limitless for the goodies you can put in these boxes.  We did Cranbery Almond White Chocolate,  Peppermint bark, English Toffee,  Chocolates, and Peanut Brittle. Let me know if you want me to post the recipes and I will  if I get enough requests.  Lastly I added a pretty ribbon/bow to each.

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Lastly,  if you have the gypsy, then you should have Tags, bags, boxes and more.  This tree is there and is super easy. I use the window option and have now cut out over 30. I used acetate for the window.  I have filled them with various small Christmas candies, like M&M's,  gummy bears/ snowmen & trees, chocolate covered pretzels, candy corn. 






Joy http://joyslife.com/
Ruthie  http://septemberninth.blogspot.com/
Angela http://creativecraftin.blogspot.com
Carrie http://thegreenbeanscrafterole.blogspot.com
Denise (that's me) http://cricutmyway.blogspot.com/
Gale  http://www.thehappystamper.com/
Janis http://pausedreamenjoy.blogspot.com
Jen   http://scrapaholicjen.blogspot.com
Jenny http://crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com
Jin  http://underacherrytree.blogspot.com
Julie http://cricutchick.blogspot.com
Lori http://scrappinmystressaway.blogspot.com
Mari (Momo)  http://madebymomo.blogspot.com
Misty http://abusyplace.blogspot.com
Natalie http://timelesslegacydesigns.blogspot.com
Raven http://love4stamps.blogspot.com/
Theresa http://www.thescrapbookingqueen.com/
Tracy http://www.craftjunkietoo.com/
Yolanda http://yoliebean.blogspot.com

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165 comments:

  1. Fantastic gift box ideas, I really like the tee one!! Happy Holidays

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  2. Love your ideaasa. the house box is adorable.
    mbchoj at aol dot com

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  3. Great ideas and boxes! I have always been intimdated to make boxes but with your instructions I think I might be able to give it a shot. Thanks so much for sharing. AJ - aj_822@yahoo.com

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  4. the boxes are great - love the tree and I even have that cartridge!!!

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  5. The boxes are so cute! I really like the house box, and I love the embossing you did on the roof and the bricks; it adds so much. I didn't think I needed the Winter Woodlands cart, but now I have to rethink that. TFS!

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  6. Holy cats! These look so professional!!! The Christmas tree one is definately my fav...
    HUggs,
    Gale The Happy Stamper :)

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  7. All of the boxes are great, I really love the house box. TFS kandrewsny@yahoo.com

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  8. I love all your boxes. I will be making the tree. I made a house when I first got my cartridge. Did not even think of making it into a box. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win. I am a follower. patnbobcuddy@gmail.com

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  9. This is a great idea! thanks for sharing!

    sbwoodring@att.net

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  10. The boxes look great! I will have to try some myself since I have the WW cartidge! TFS!

    Robin
    mcever4 at bellsouth dot net

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  11. These are just TOO cute!! I really need to get my hands on the Winter Woodland Cricut cart. (I have everything else. lol) TFS! I'm a new follower. Thank you so much for a chance to win! Happy Holidays!!

    Terrie Barroso
    terriennz@att.net
    crafteecards.blogspot.com

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  12. I am pulling out my Tags, Bags and more cart as soon as breakfast is over. That Christmas tree box is just perfect. Thanks for sharing! Kelly

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  13. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful boxes! I save all my cricut cartridge plastic to use for these types of things and now I can use my supply for this super cute idea!
    NadiaP

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  14. We always give away our homemade candy at Christmas - these boxes would be great for that! Thanks so much for sharing!
    Carren

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  15. I love to make boxes & I love all three of your ideas. (I never thought about putting a window in the tree box, but I will now.) TFS

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  16. THese boxes are AWESOME! I love the house and the tree ones...so CUTE! TFS! i became a follower!
    booger1 at tds.net

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  17. love the house box -thanks -millierose651@aol.com

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  18. The boxes are so cute! I really like the house box..You have been BUZZY.
    Rebecca Minor
    buzzybeedesigns(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  19. Wow - the house is amazing!!! Love your boxes!!! Your talent at designing your own box is so envious!!! I am now a follower!!

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  20. Hi Denise, your little house is Awesome! I love the idea for a teacher gift to display in the classroom even! I also love your tree boxes, I'm defiantly trying those!!

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  21. Great projects! I love the tree box!
    ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  22. Stunning job on the house although I love all your box ideas and all the treats inside!

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  23. I love treat boxes. these are so great. And I can make them too, since I have all the carts. TFS

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  24. AwesOne job on these boxes. I love that house. Thank you

    Heather
    Uofkgirl at gmail dot com

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  25. The house box is awesome! So creative. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Your house box is absolutely gorgeous! I've been wanting to try one out for awhile now!

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  27. Imagine....you start out a paper crafter and end up an architect! lol I love the house, the way you added brick to look like the foundation! And the roof too, great use of emb. folders! Thanks for sharing all the's great ideas!

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  28. Love the boxes! The house is cute. Love the tree box. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. Oh my goodness I love these boxes! My sister called me yesterday wanting me to make boxes for her cookies and I had no idea where to begin, and now I do :) You're a life saver!!
    TFS!

    Have a great day!
    Heather
    greenscrapinmachine.blogspot.com

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  30. Love these boxes...That house is Amazing!

    Cricut Chick
    www.cricutchick.com
    cricutchick@rocketmail.com

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  31. Amazing boxes! I love them all.
    Linda
    http://cardsbylinda.blogspot.com

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  32. I Love all three boxes! The house is amazing and I would never have thought about doing that. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Loved all 3 gift box ideas. I'm going to have to try the house one. TFS

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  34. That is awesome. I love seeing all the stuff you can make with the cricut/gypsy. It's really inspiring ;D

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  35. Love these wonderful gift boxes. TFS

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  36. I LOVE your boxes....they are all super. I'm still trying to figure out how you make the opening with gypsy, but hopefully I can figure it out. :)
    I'm now your newest follower and would love for you to stop by and visit my blog sometime. Thanks for the chance to win....I want a set of her stamps sooooooooo bad...lol
    hugs,jen
    jennyscards.blogspot.com
    jenniferhogge07@yahoo.com

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  37. I would never have thought about using a house.The tree box is so cute. Thanks for a chance to win.
    mjruff@cox.net

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  38. Wow!! That house box is fabulous. I don't think that I would have the patience for that, but it makes me want to try. Thanks for sharing.

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  39. So cute! I love how you used the little house to put candy in! That's such a great idea, it makes me want to rush out and get the winter wonderland lol Thanks for sharing
    Kitty
    casandra.styles@gmail.com

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  40. cute boxes! I love the tree one!! :)

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  41. Love all your boxes they look amazing and what a great way to gift to family and friends too...
    The Scrapbooking Queen

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  42. These are all so cute! I love the house :) I am now a follower! TFS

    -Kara

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  43. That house is adorable! Love all the boxes!

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  44. The gift boxes are adorable especially the house one. Thanks for sharing.

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  45. Those gift boxes are adorable. I just became a follower.

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  46. Wow, these are beautiful! That house box is gorgeous.

    spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

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  47. Great boxes, thanks for share.

    Indira
    craftyhomemade7atgmaildotcom

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  48. The house is beautiful. Who doesn't love getting candy?!

    saundra24@yahoo.com

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  49. awesome and cool. i luv the house one. I think i am going to try that.

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  50. The house box looks like a lot of work! I think I especially like the last two--a little quicker, but elegant. Do you use transparency sheets for the windows? Can you cut that with a Cricut?

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  51. soo cute! I need to make some of these!

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  52. Love the candy boxes! Great idea! The house one is expecially clever! TFS!!!!
    qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

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  53. such great ideas


    cathie scraphappycat@gmail.com

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  54. Wonderful ideas. I love the tree box... too cute. I have TBBM but have yet to make this box.

    TFS, Cheryl @ CardsbyCG.blogspot.com
    cplamond@hotmail.com

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  55. What a great gift idea! I can so make the tree one!!!

    TFS
    {{HUGS}}

    tjsgal at gmail dot com

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  56. Great ideas! I love the house box. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  57. Oh these are too cute! I love gift boxes that hide the goodies!!
    I am already a follower of your blog
    TFS and a chance to win
    Bonnie C
    http://ascrapabove.blogspot.com
    ascrapabove(at)aol(dot)com

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  58. This looks amazing! So happy to be doing this hop with you :o)

    www.crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com
    crazyaboutcricut at hotmail dot com

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  59. Denise these are GREAT......TFS!!!!!!
    brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

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  60. These are great! Wish I had that cart to do the house one, but I am gonna make that tree one for sure. :) Thanks for inspiring! Following!

    Tanya
    phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

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  61. These are so adorable! I made the tree one without the window last night...they are pretty easy to make. Thanks for sharing.

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  62. I love the tree box. I have this cart annd didn't even realize that there was a tree! TFS! neldacnm at yahoo dot com

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  63. Wow - what great ideas. Thank you for sharing.

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  64. They all look so cute.,,. can I get one... Mmmmm candies... chocolate...

    TFS...

    Ivette_aviles@yahoo.com

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  66. LOVE the tree box. Great idea for gifts. I will have to remember all of these ideas for next year. Thanks for sharing!

    amandawoodau at hotmail dot com

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  67. I love your gift boxes they are so cute! Thanks for sharing I am now a follower!

    Angela

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  68. Love the house box...tyvm for sharing & Merry Christmas

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  69. Thanks for all the work showing us how to make these cute treat boxes. Thank You for being in the hop and for chances to win great prizes.
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  70. How could you give those adorable boxes away?? So darned cute..each and every one of them. TFS
    Happy Holidays!!
    kathlee154@gmail.com
    Http://kathleessnippitsncricuts.blogspot.com

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  71. I haven't tried to make boxes with the Cricut. Great ideas!

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  72. WOW!! These are all perfect packages!!! I can't wait to try and make each one...glad I found you during this blog hop...I am learning all kinds of great gifts and an even better way to send them. Thanks...Bev B bevborda at yahoo dot com

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  73. Love those boxes, I just can't wait to try the tree one, just what I have been looking for. Thanks

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  74. I love giving candy and do not like those plastic containers. I am going to try this

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  75. I am always looking for cute ways to give candy. I just got the gypsy with TBBM and I cannot wait to try the xmas tree! Thanks for sharing!
    rebecca.higinbothom@gmail.com

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  76. Ohhhh! I love the tree. I am going to save your page so I can get a start on them for 2011. TFS {Hugs} Peggy

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  77. I LOVE the tree box! How nice of you to share 3 projects today :)

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  78. Yummy your treats look delish!! And your boxes are superb!! I love the house box!! TFS!! Have a wonderful holiday season!! Colleen

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  79. Love your boxes..SO much detail in the house one. Thanks for sharing.
    cjtj1999 at hotmail dot com

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  80. I LOVE these boxes!!! The house box looks AMAZING! But I'm leaning toward the tree box.. only because I think it's the perfect size for M&M's for the kids in my sons class.... Thanks for the ideas! LOVE THEM! :o)

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  81. love these ideas.. im a new follower.. cant wait to see more of your projects.. TFS
    Theresa
    juicycreations808@gmail.com

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  82. So cute. Thanks for the inspiration and your wonderful creativity.
    csparky61 at yahoo dot com

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  83. Wow... love the house. The boxes are great. Such a great idea. Thanks for sharing

    Erika.Seever at klrd.ks.gov

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  84. These are so cute. I love the house box. I'm a follower.
    stuff@gt.rr.com

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  85. Wow! The house box is amazing. I don't know if I could do that.

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  86. All of the boxes are great. Really like the house don't know if I have the patience to make it.

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  87. I love the candy boxes, adorable ideas. Thanks so much for sharing...I'm really enjoying this blog hop.
    Nikki
    glamoroussideofscrapping at gmail dot com
    www.theglamoroussideofscrapping.blogspot.com

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  88. Great boxes.. Love the trees
    Lynn

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  89. I really love this idea..thank u so much for sharing...

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  90. I love the tree boxes! I need to make those to give to my friends! Thanks for sharing!
    hperks24@yahoo.com

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  91. What a great gift idea.. Thank you for sharing
    Valerie
    mrsrankie@comcast.net

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  92. The gift boxes are so cute, The trees are my favorite. Thanks for sharing.

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  93. The house box is awesome, a really creative idea! I may have to borrow it! Glad to follow, have a Merry Christmas!

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  94. WOW! Your boxes are WONDERFUL!! I'm so inspired to pull out one of my score boards and put it to use. Alright, I know your post is about boxes, but I have to say...you really thought "outside the box" on these gifts. I think the fact that you created that gorgeous house AND made a bottom for it to hold candy is GENIUS! I really love that you made a window for your tree boxes. I made that tree box earlier this week and adding a window never occurred to me. LOVE IT! So smart! Everything you made is so pretty and creative. :)
    Thank you so much for being part of my Thank You Gifts Blog Hop!
    Super Hugs,
    ~Joy~

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  95. Love your cute boxes. Everything looks so yummy - who wouldn't love one of these gifts!

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  96. Makes me want a gypsy!!!

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  97. wowser!...these are freaking fabulous!....that house is amazing!...

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  98. Absolutely amazing! You are so creative, Thanks for the inspiration and have a great day. :)

    star24601@gmail.com

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  99. great idea...thanks so much for sharing...
    habis1088@gmail.com

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  100. Love your ideas! I just got Tags, bags and haven't used it yet - might need to try the tree for small christmas gifts. TFS!!
    em.spelt at gmail dot com

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  101. The tree box is my favorite. Don't have a Gypsy but maybe one day...

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  102. I love the house idea. I am going to try it

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  103. OMGoodness your house is amazing! Love all your ideas, thanks for sharing them with all of us!
    Thanks for a chance at your great giveaway!

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  104. These boxes are awesome!! I love the house one the best!!!!

    So glad to be part of this hop with you!

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  105. Oh my goodness! Your boxes are amazing! I found a really cute M and M poem about Christmas yesterday during a blog hop, and your tree box is the PERFECT thing to pair it with :) TFS

    michelle

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  106. Love the house box, the tree and candy box are so cute. TFS!

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  107. Your gift boxes are too cute! Thanks for sharing!
    kmgillon at yahoo dot com

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  108. I had no idea that was on tbbm. IT is super ADORABLE. You outdid yourself. Super cute.
    Hugs,
    Raven
    thatsmerb at gmail dot com

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  109. Love the boxes. The tree is cute and looks easy enough.

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  110. That is so awesome. It's gorgeous. Great job.

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  111. Awesome!!! I love all three! TFS!!!

    Nicole
    niclax13@gmail.com

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  112. Great job on the boxes. My favourite is the house and I have that cartridge! Guess what I'm doing tomorrow?

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  113. wow what awesome projects!!! Love all of them but I think my fav is the house. Wow.
    annadowdy at gmail dot com

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  114. Thank you so much. I think I'm in love with the boxes (and what's in them). You now have a new follower. Thank you very mucyh.

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  115. Those boxes are fantastic! The house is amazing! I am a new follower!

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  116. All of your boxes are cool but I LOVE the house one!!! What a fun idea! I'm totally going to scraplift you on that :) Thanks for sharing!

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  117. WOW! Look at all those fantastic boxes! I really love the tree ones!

    Melissa
    www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

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  118. wow, I am going to be sooooooooooo busy. I have gotten so many ideas. I kept making bags & no boxes, YIKES!!!!

    tfs

    new here!!

    created2bunique at ymail dot com

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  119. Awesome boxes! Mmmm! I need to practice with these boxes. do you have the files to share with the gypsy? I tried the tree the other day and I just couldn't get it to look right, but I will try again. Thanks for sharing!
    Natalie
    mtmcbroom at gmail dot com

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  120. I love these boxes!! You did such a great job with them!! Thanks for sharing.

    jayne.boot@gmail.com

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  121. I absolutely LOVE The tree boxes!! I can't wait to try them out.
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas!!

    P.S. What is Acetate?

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  122. Some really great gift ideas!
    I'm so enjoying this blog hop!
    I think the tree box is my favorite here!

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  123. I love all your creative treat box ideas but the house one is just over the top. Absolutely incredible. Thanks for sharing. I am going to try that one for sure!!!!!!!
    gaudet5 at rogers dot com

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  124. I like all the treat boxes but my favorite is the tree one. That is so cute! Thanks for sharing.
    reneeleeak at yahoo dot com

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  125. Awesome boxes! I've been a bit intimidated by the free Gypsy cartridges, with no handbook and all....but i'm definitely going to try this one! Thanks for sharing!
    Lindsay
    lindsaykay2@gmail.com

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  126. Love the tree boxes!! TFS! And thanks for the opportunity to win the blog candy!!
    Julie in Fayette
    julieschoonoverwfg@yahoo.com

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  127. I Love your idea project this house box is awesome.

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  128. awesome job, they all look great!
    jpshirley@ymail.com

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  129. Wow! I love them all, especially the house! What a great idea for a housewarmning gift too. TFS!

    jvilla95ar at gmail.com

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  130. Super cute ideas! Love the cute house box and the tree box too! Thank you so much for sharing! lindagk23

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  131. Those boxes are all so cute. I especially love the house box, such detail! It's beautiful. TFS

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  132. Cool boxes! I love the tree. I have that cartridge and need to try and make a tree box.

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  133. I love the candy boxes, what a cute little gift for someone. I am now a follower.

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  134. Awesome. Im definitely going to make some tree boxes. TFS

    Darlene
    desaucier at bellsouth dot net

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  135. Whoa! Love these!
    lynlee4@gmail.com

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  136. Wow, that's all I can say!
    claudia matzke at hotmail dot com

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  137. That house box is just the cutest...2 gifts in 1!! I have a Gypsy, so I now have TBBM...but I haven't used it yet. I'm going to cut that tree box today...perfect for holding a few goodies for our teacher's aides!! TFS!

    ~Sharon C.

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  138. These are way cute! Thanks!!!
    Hugs,
    joni

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  139. Beautiful boxes, love the house idea perfect for neighbours or even to welcome new neighbours.
    Kim xXx

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  140. Very cool boxes!
    TFS
    kacee
    mcvicwif@yahoo.com

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  141. I have been meaning to try that tree box...thanks

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  142. I love, love, love those tree boxes... would be prefect for my son's class.

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  143. thses are so adorable. i think i will try to make the christmas trees to put in the stocking. thanks for such great ideas.

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  144. Your projects are awesome! TFS! I am a new follower! YIPPY!

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  145. What great ideas! I think I'm going to have to scraplift these ideas! I love the tree, that one's my favorite. TFS! :)

    Celeste B.
    ccscards.blogspot.com
    mctdbillman at gmail dot com

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  146. You did such an amazing job creating them! Looks like something you would see in the store! Love it! Great Job!
    Contact Info: incase I get lucky enought to win the amazing blog candy! Happy Holiday's! arebori0204@gmail.com

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  147. Wonderful project! Thanks for the inspiration!

    Shelley

    shelleylee34 at yahoo dot com

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  148. Oh wow. The house box looks amazing!! And I really like the Christmas tree box of m&ms. I'll have to make those for the kids. Awesome job on all three boxes!! TFS

    Stacy at mycraftingtime time dot com

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  149. These are great ideas. Better than just sticking the candy in a bag, like I was planning. I've been wanting too use TBB&M cartridge now I can!
    Thank you for sharing!

    Elainer@cinci.rr.com
    ExpressionsByElaine.blogspot.com

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  150. Loving all these homemade gifts! Those are the most personable:)

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  151. oh my - I love your house box!!!! I have that cart and never thought to make it as a gift box.

    wonderful idea - I am giving away caramel popcorn and was going to put them in glass jars - but this would be better!

    luv2scrap44 at yahoo dot com

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  152. WOW, i love those box ideas, can't wait to try them!!!

    pinkyswrdawn@hotmail.com

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  153. Denise,

    You are one talented Cricuteer!!! :) I love, love, love all your boxes!!!!!!!!!! And the candy you put in it-I can't believe it's homemade! I would love the recipes, if you're willing to share!

    Thank you so much for sharing your time and talent,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  154. These boxes are so cute. What a unique way to package goodies for Christmas. I enjoy having the recipes please. TFS and the chance to win.

    Christel
    onescrappinsista.blogspot.com
    christel(at)majesticdesigns.net

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  155. Homemade gifts are the best and what awesome presentation! Thanks for the chance to win and posting your ideas

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  156. Great gift box ideas. I love the house. That would be perfect for a housewarming gift, wonder if a candle would fit inside?! Oh the ideas are stirring in my brain. Thanks for sharing, now hopping along....

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  157. Great ideas!!! I bought winter woodland with the same intention but afterwards the thought of putting it together just exhausted me. lol
    but thanks for the tips. i might go ahead and try it out. and thanks for the tree.
    jess m
    myscrapdiary(at)gmail(dot)com

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  158. These are amazing and must have taken some time. TFS!!! -Sam :-)

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  159. I Love all these boxes they look amazing!
    Minta

    I'm your newest follower..Would Love for you to stop by my blog for a visit.

    mintab@gmail.com

    http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

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