Sentiment – Hippity Hoppity by Craft Lounge
Bunny – Spring Dies – Spellbinders D-Lights
Stampin’ Up Rose Red Ink (retired)
Petal Cone, Large BigZ die, retired Stampin’ Up product
Premium Crease Pad and One Cutting Plate
Scotch Advanced Tape Glider or other Rolling Adhesive
Lindt Chocolate Carrots and other treats
Cut out two of the Pedal Cone shapes. The sandwich for die cutting with the Big Shot is: Premium Crease Pad on the bottom, BigZ die, Cardstock, Cutting Plate. If you don’t use the Crease Pad, the die will cut through your cardstock when you go to fold your box. Adhere the Pedal Cone shapes together with rolling adhesive. It’s easier to add ribbons attached with brads or tied though eyelets before you seal the cone. That was not done for these examples because the carrot has the perfect handle on it for carrying the cone. Stamp a sentiment and embellish. My original idea was to make the boxes look like carrots too. If you would like to go that, die cut some great leaves or swirls for the top of each cone. I decided that I had too many pretty papers and wanted to make a variety of boxes and then let my friends select the cone they wanted. Each box holds one carrot and 8 mini Ritter chocolates. Be sure to add other treats around your carrot so that the box is more stable and the plastic handle sticks up straight.
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