Friday, March 20, 2009


Good Morning! Here are a few photos of a top note box I made containing a small box of Russel Stover chocolates. I used SU tea party paper for the front and almost amethyst for the back and for the box. The dimensions of the little box are 7" x 5 1/2". Score at 3" and 4" on the long side and 1" from each side on the short side. Cut in as shown. Fold and assemble. Add the top note paper and decorate! You can see the box inside from this side view.
The chocolates slip inside the box. Here's another view:

I want to make several of these for Easter. I'd better get going on them! Have a great day!

Paper: SU tea party, almost amethyst, pink pirouette

Ink: SU black

Stamps: SU a good egg

Other: SU word window punch, lots of tags die,brads, ribbon,white gel pen


  1. You come up with such cute ways to give treats! And I really like the flower picture you have up gives me hope for spring.

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  3. CHOCOLATE....that is so cute and looks so yummy!! Thanks for stopping by! I love your family reunion idea of Christmas! That's great! Family Reunions are about the memories and being together as a family! Thanks for expressing that! Have a great weekend! I love all of your Easter crafts!

  4. Lovely treat box holder, Laurie! I like the way you used the DSP and the tag. Thnks for Sharing!!!

  5. OMGosh Laurie! First, you’re talking my language with the CHOCOLATE! Second, I didn't realize the word window punch will work with the tags die... Thanks for this sweet inspiration!! Such a lovely goodie idea... :)

  6. Now I really feel like an idiot! I guess I did see your original post for these CUTIES! Oops!

    Our snow is just about gone! Yes!