Hello, Crafty Friends!!
I am back once again with the ultra fabulous papers from Teresa Collins!!
Xyron has partnered with the amazing Teresa Collins to bring you more inspirational projects with a touch Teresa Collins style!! Ultra chic, fresh, and always with an upbeat vibe!
And these treat boxes are sure to make it's recipient extremely upbeat!!
Teresa Collins Glam Factor - Cards
Teresa Collins Glam Factor- Triangles
Teresa Collins Glam Factor- Gold Dots
Lori Whitlock Basket #2 (Sizzix)
Teresa Collins Pocket Dies- Thankful (Craftwell)
Squeakheart Stamp Set (Pink and Main)
Clever Lever Mega Craft Punch- Scalloped Circle (Marvy Uchida)
Martha Stewart Deluxe Trimmer (EK Success)
Crop-A-Dile (We R Memory Keepers)
Cutterbee Scissors (EK Success)
3D Dots (EK Success)
Jeweled Brads ( Recollections)
I started off by cutting my TC paper into 2- 6"x12" pieces.
Then I used my basket die and cut both sheets at the same time by running it through my Cit'n'boss machine. To use steel rule dies in my Cut'n'boss I used the following sandwich combination:
I folded both panels on the creases.
I used my Xyron Mega Runner to add adhesive to the front of one panel.
I took the remaining panel and place it over the adhesive, being very careful to line the up with one another.
I gathered the flap on one side so that the hole lined up with the next. I inserted a brad through the holes. Then inserted the brad through the hole in the handle panel and attached the handle to the basket. I repeated this process to the other side.
Please note that this basket calls for the use of one handle... but since I had to cut the panel twice it also cut out 2 handles. As a result, I decided to go ahead and use them both.
I used my scissors to cut out a card from the Teresa Collins "Cards" paper. Then used my Marvy Uchida Mega Scallop Circle Punch to cut out the pattern in the center.
I used the small flower and leaf stem does from the Teresa Collins "Thankful " set to cut 2 leaves and four flowers.
I stacked my flowers together and using my Crop-A-Dile I punched a hole down the center. Then inserted a brad and fastened them together. Next, I bent all the petals upward to for more dimension. I also added foam adhesive under the flower to raise it up.
Then, I quickly ran my die cut leaves through my Xyron "X"...
then peeled and stuck them to my scalloped circle. Once the leaves were attached I peeled the backing of the foam adhesive of the flower I attached my flower.
Then I stamped my sentiment using Pink and Main's "Squeakheart" stamp set using Onyx Black Versafine ink.
Finally, I punched a hole up top, turning my scalloped circle into a tag and attached it to my basket using hemp twine. Then, filled it with paper shreds, and topped it off with lollipops.
And here is my finished treat box...
Up Close View of Tag
I hope you enjoyed this bright, fun, and candy filled project!!
Until next time,