Thursday, January 13, 2011

sweets for my sweet

Sweets Box Closed Lid

Today’s project shows you a cute box for holding some gumball machine cake pops. :) You know me, any excuse to bake! :) Instructions can be found HERE.

Sweets Box CU banner

I made the box and die cut a window from the front, using a Spellbinders Standard Circle Large. Then I die cut a frame from patterned paper using the same circle and a Scalloped Circle Small. And there is another peek at one of the new dies releasing at CHA-Ribbon Banners. :)

Sweets Box CU front heart

The heart border from Sweet Hearts was stamped from top to bottom in red ink. Then in a few hearts, I added the small, solid heart from the set. Love how they fit together.

Sweets Box gumball machines in box

A base was created to hold each of the gumball machines.

Sweets Box Open Lid Full

Here’s a peek with the lid open, so you can see the gumball machines inside the box better. I am pretty sure that I will have a happy little man in the morning! :)

thanks for stopping by!

Supplies: Stamps-Mint Motif (Sweet Hearts), Ink-Palette (L’Amour, Noir), Patterned paper-Jillibean Soup (Soup Staples), Spellbinders-Standard Circles Large, Scalloped Circles Small, Ribbon Banners<>

20 comments:

Terri @ em-belle-ish.blogspot.com said...

Soooooooo cute!!!!

Geny (Mommy Geny) said...

Oh my goodness, those cake pops are adorable!! Love the container too you talented girl!

Latisha said...

so cool Kimberly!

Carol (HB) said...

Holy MOLY this is caaaaute! Kimberly, I LOVE this set!

Julie Masse said...

Oh my goodness this is just the sweetest!! :)

i {heart} papers said...

Delicious!!

jackie 4124 said...

I absolutely love all your projects. I definitely have to try the gumball pops. They are adorable

{ kelly jo } said...

oh- these are absolutely adorable. What a great set of stamps!

Basement Stamper said...

OHHHH, I love cake pops and you did such a great job with the box to put them in and the colors. So nice and vibrant.

Karen B. said...

Oh oh oh, these are just adorable! I especially love the sprinkles! Where they the inspiration for your set?

post_it_gal said...

I love everything about this! :)
xoxo
Emily
www.elisabethstudios.blogspot.com

Tammy said...

Ok, How adorable is this, and Yummy delish too!!!! CAUTE!

Lucy said...

Cake Pops are one of the things I want to try this year. I have Bakerella's book, but haven't taken the plunge. What a great way to use my papercrafting skills also.
What are the dimensions of the box? Did you use a template?
I just LOVE IT!

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Will have to try that receipe, have some SWEET desiring friends.

Wendy said...

Wow U r a very talented lady!!!
Had to look up ur recipe for the cake pops and now would like to thank u for adding another addiction on to my other addictions....stamping ,,,eating,,,
stamping...LOL!!!
Once again beautiful work.

Jeannie said...

Oh, my goodness! These are just too, too cute. I've found your blog via the Spellbinders contest, but I think I'll sit a spell, and look around.

StinkerbellSteph said...

Cute doesn't begin to describe these! I love the red ink on Kraft card stock. The pops are too yummy, too! Have to go back and find out where to get all this cuteness!

Amanda L. said...

Lovin' those gumball machine pops.......absolutely adorable!!!

Crafty Addiction 23 said...

This is so creative - what a good way to display your new set!

Jenny V. said...

Hi! This is pretty. Can you share the dimension with me. I would love to make these for my son's teacher gift for New Year's. Thank you.

Jenny
Jennyscreations808@yahoo.com