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Santa treat holder

I was looking through my photos on my computer and realized that I never posted this project I made using Christmas Cupcake Wrappers digital stamp set from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff. The round box was cut using the Plantin SchoolBook cartridge from Cricut. The swirls were stamped in versa mark and then sprinkled with a combination of clear embossing powder and red glitter then heat set. (I did not have any heat and stick powder or a glue pad on hand.) The blue stripe paper was out of my scrap bin. The image was printed 4 times. One entire circle is on each side of the box and then Santa was colored, cut out, and mounted using pop dots.
Thank you for looking! I hope you have a very Happy Holiday season!
Christmas Cupcake Wrappers by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff
Plantin SchoolBook Cricut cartridge
Blue card stock & misc. scrap paper
Image printed on Georgia Pacific white card stock
Stampin' Up Seasons of Joy (for the Swirls)
Spellbinders Nestabilities
Clear embossing powder
Martha Stewart red glitter
Red ribbon
Stampin' Up Markers
EK Success snowflake punches
Liquid Applique


Karin said…
Very cute! I love the color combo of the blue and red. It's perfect with the sweet peppermint treats
wow! this is stunning! santa's gonna love it!

Jackie said…
Cute candy holder...tfs!!
Elizabeth said…
Such a great project. I have never seen a candy holder quite like this. Thanks for the inspiration
Micki Switzer said…
It makes me want to reach right in and grab a peppermint...Yummy!
What a really fun little treat holder.
Joanne Gilch said…
Adore your candy box. I really should get my Cricut out and use that cartridge! SBS2010
Julie said…
Very cute, Cheryl! I love the colors! That Santa is just adorable!
Silli said…
Hello Cheryl, your candy box is beautiful!!!! Love this so much! Hugs and happy sunday!
C.C. said…
Very cute! How'd you make that box with the Cricut? I have that cartridge and wondering how on earth do I create all these neat things I see others making. haha!
Amanda said…
Really cute! The color combo is perfect.

Merry Christmas!
Tegan said…
Aww this is adorable!! Fab colours you have used too :D

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