Monday, September 15, 2014

Boo Boxes!

Do you "Boo" your neighborhood? We love to deliver little treats to our neighbors old and young and these little boxes make it so much fun! We fill the box with candy and wait until it is dusk out and then we place the boxes on the door handles and ring the doorbell and run! Once you have been "Boo'd" you are suppose to "Boo" someone else which leads to a lot of fun little treats for everyone and the kids just LOVE it! This box is 9-1/2" x 3-1/4" x 2-1/4" and holds lots and lots of goodies. The file comes with the box base, four decorative panels, the sentiment pieces, the paper elements shown and it is compatible with both the 12x12 and 8x12 mats! 

You can find the tutorial for this box HERE

You can find all of these files HERE!

Here's a look at all of my files for last week's release:

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Samantha Walker September Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Samantha Walker September Creative Team Blog Hop! 
This month our Blog Hop theme is all about Fall!

Samantha is giving away this free SVG and Silhouette Studio file this month!

This free file will only go out to those who sign up for the newsletter by Sunday night 
(September 14, 2014).  After that, you can find the design in the Silhouette store.
If you are already subscribed to our newsletter, be sure to leave your name in the Rafflecopter field. 

We also have a fabulous giveaway!

Today is also One Buck Wednesday and Wonderful 
Wednesday at Snap, Click, Supply Co.!  
Today you will find the Honey Collection Mega Kit for $1.00 
and the Digital Cuts No Mess Cupcake Box for 50% off!

As always, these deals vanish Wednesday at midnight 
Eastern time so hurry to get yours!

Today I am working with Samantha's stunning Leafy Round Top Box
and the FREE file that is being offered for this hop too!  

This box is easy to put together, but it looks like you spent hours!
Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out the Leafy Round Top Box and the mats. Fold the box on all the score lines.
2.  Adhere the mats to the coordinating areas.  Note:  You can use this box without the mats too!
3.  Place adhesive on the side tab of the box and adhere it to the other side.
4.  Pop the box up to form its shape and push the bottom flap up.
5.  Tuck the two side flaps in, placing the tab under the bottom flap as shown.
6.  Push the top flap down and tuck the tab into the bottom flap.
7.  Your box should look similar to this now.  I used a brown chalk in to ink the edges to give mine a more rustic look.
8.  Next cut out your pieces from the FREE file.  I am also using a leaf from Samantha's Fall Leaves Bag.  I did a release compound path and ungroup to remove the leaf shape from the bag top.  I inked my leaf and the banner pieces.
9.  Adhere the banner pieces together as shown.
10. Place the two small pieces of banner on the banner mat.
11. Use a foam adhesive to adhere the leaf to the center.
12. Fill your box with goodies...mine will have homemade chocolate chip cookies!  Then close the box with ribbon.  Adhere the banner on the front of the box with foam adhesive!

Super easy and quick, which makes it great for giving multiples!  All that detail will have the recipients thinking your spent hours!

Just click on the icon below to finish up the hop!

Happy Hopping!

Saturday, September 06, 2014

Halloween Cards!

These files come with all the paper elements you need to create the cards shown. The file is compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats. As sized, the cards are A2 in size, 4-1/4" x 5-1/2", when finished.

His ears fold down so he stuffs in an envelope easier :)

Friday, September 05, 2014

Halloween Sucker Holders!

These would be perfect treats for the kids, used as classroom favors, or even as place card markers for the Holiday table!  The inside box holds a standard sucker, such as a blow pop.  The holding box is approximately 2” x 1” x 1”.  The files are sizable so you can make them larger or smaller to fit your needs. 

Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out your 8 leg pieces and the box.
2.  Bend each leg in half.  Place adhesive on the entire back of two of the legs.
3.  Adhere the legs together - grab one of the adhesive legs and then adhere half of the leg to it.
4.  Grab another leg and adhere half of it on.
5.  Finally grab the second adhesive leg and adhere it in place.  Your legs should look like this.
6.  Repeat the steps for the other four legs.
7.  Next, fold the box on the score lines and place adhesive on the long tab and bottom box flap.
8.  Adhere the box sides together.
9.  Adhere the bottom of the box in place.
10. Grab one of your leg sets and place adhesive along the top curve.
11. Adhere the box and leg set together as shown.  The box and legs should all touch your desk evenly.
12. Adhere the second set of legs on the box.
13. Adhere the face pieces on the one of the circles.
14. Adhere the back circle on.
15. Adhere the spider face on the front as shown.  Cut down your sucker stem and place it in the box!  

Thursday, September 04, 2014

Halloween Fingers!

Good Morning!  Today I am sharing my new Halloween Finger Boxes!  I am absolutely in love with these...but I'll admit, the Zombie fingers are by far my favorite!  You can put all sorts of goodies in these boxes; handmade munchies, school supplies, crayons, or party treats!

These boxes come size at approximately 4-1/4" x 3-1/2" x 1" and are compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats.  The files are sizable so you can make them larger or smaller to fit your needs.

You can find the box tutorial HERE
Here is a quick tutorial for assembling the box details:
1.  Cut out the box and finger pieces.  Fold the box on the score lines and then place adhesive on the side tab and the bottom flap.  Adhere the box sides together and then adhere the bottom flap to the box side.
2.  Adhere the finger details on the finger mat piece as shown.   Place a strip of adhesive on one side of the box.
3.  Adhere the finger on the box, lining up the bottom and centering.
4.  Ink around the edges with a coordinating ink color.
5.  Slightly bend the finger nails.  Continue the steps for the other four boxes.

For these fingers, I used a pale green card stock for the finger boxes and top finger cuts and used a red  for the under cut (to show the blood!).  The finger nail was cut from a peachy-skin colored card stock.  I used red, black, and purple chalk inks around the edges to mimic bruising.

This box is perfect for holding all types of treats and gifts! It comes sized at approximately 4-1/2" x 3" x 3" (at widest areas). The file is compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats and can be made larger with the Cameo mat when angled on the mat. The files come with the box base, a bottom square (to hide the box seams on the bottom), and inside square (for the inside bottom of the box), and the paper elements shown. You can find additional boxes of this style and a full tutorial here:

Friday, August 29, 2014

Monster Boxes

Good Morning!  Today I am sharing the remaining new releases for this week for my Silhouette Store!  You can find the tutorial and other Halloween Popcorn Boxes HERE!

These boxes are the same in size as yesterday's post but these Monster boxes can be used for parties, birthday's, school treats, Halloween, and more!

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