Friday, October 14, 2011

Pinkalicious Blog Hop Friday!

Welcome!  I am so glad that you have joined me tonight for My Pink Stamper's Pinkalicious Blog Hop Friday.  If you arrived here from Tracy at Craft Junkie Too then you're in the right place.  If you arrived here on your own tonight, I invite you to hop over to My Pink Stamper so you can begin at the beginning, and then you'll be sure to see Robyn's and all the Pink Designer's wonderful projects.

Tonight is going to be such a fun hop because it is all about goodies!  Goodie bags can be so fun to make, fun to embellish, and of coarse so fun to eat.  We are foodies at my house, and with the holidays right around the corner you can bet that I am trying to think of new and creative ways to deliver my homemade goodies that I give as gifts.  You'll see that tonight's project is more of a goodie box than a goodie bag.  In fact, it's nine boxes - all stacked and ready to fill with various holiday treats.























I made the boxes using Tags, Bags, Boxes & More and my trusty Gypsy, cut at 8.5".  Using glue dots, I stuck all the boxes together so that the flaps would all open down - then whatever I put inside won't just fall out when the boxes are opened.  I used some wire-edged ribbon all around the outside of the boxes for a little extra help keeping them together, and of coarse for a festive touch.  All of the Cricut cuts came from the Winter Woodland cartridge.  What a gem it is!  I love this font, and all the snowflakes and scallops.

No gift is complete without a tag:

























This tag was made using the My Pink Stamper set Yummylicious



I love this set!  And I know that I am going to get so much use out of it this holiday season.  If you would like to see the complete collection of My Pink Stamper sets, go here.  If you would like to find out where you can purchase these wonderful stamps, go here.

Stamps:  My Pink Stamper Yummylicious
Cricut Cartridge:  Winter Woodland, Tags Bags Boxes & More
Paper:  AC Cardstock, DCWV (red foil)
Embellishments:  ribbon (Costco), candy cane brad (Doodlebug Design)

Thank you for stopping by!  When you're finished hopping, don't forget to head back to My Pink Stamper and join us in a challenge.  Now it's time to hop along to Angela at Simple Creations.  I have also included the entire blog hop order below:

 June

66 comments:

Missy said...

Oh, my, adorable! I LOVE this! I love the boxes, letters, ribbon you used and of course the little tag! Sooo cute!!

PinkBlingCrafter said...

Love this project!! and love how you can add treats in the back! Fabulous idea!! TFS

grammiej said...

wow!! how cute, i love your project
tfs

Helen said...

This is a great project! Super idea :)

Darlene said...

this is awesome! great job

Tracy-CraftJunkieToo said...

I so love Christmas and this project is adorable! Great choice. :)
Tracy

Angie P. said...

Wow! I love this idea! Very well done! Great Job! TFS!

Carrie K said...

This is so super cute! I love it!!

MissChelle said...

OMGoodness how cute is this?!?! I may have to scraplift this idea! I love it!

MissScrapAlot said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!!

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Nichole Bryant said...

Awesome idea!

Tammi A. said...

these boxes are beautiful...so elegant. TFS

tjscrappin said...

I love this idea! so cute and inventive. TFS!

trisha

Hattie said...

I love this idea.

Josie0602 said...

Your Christmas box is just amazing! I love it!
Tracy

Poots said...

very cute gift box and tag!! Just not ready to get into the Xmas theme just yet..but thanks for sharing!

peifert88@gmail.com

JaniceA said...

Beautiful job!
JaniceA

DIANA L. said...

Very pretty and elegant.
DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

Dee Burns said...

Andrea, this is by far one of the best Treat containers I've seen anywhere. Love anything Christmas related and this is perfect for many things. Thanks for the inspiration, going to have to try this one.
Happy Hopping!
Dee B

ctibbmn said...

What a cute idea!! I would never have thought of anything like this! I love the colors and embellishments also!!

raising4boys said...

This project is incredible! This would make a fun countdown to Christmas too, at least the last nine days.

I love the cuts you did on this project. I guess I didn't look at the font that well on Winter Wonderland. That's why I love to see what others do with the cartridges ;)

Anonymous said...

Very cute, of COURSE.

Mandee said...

Very cute! Love all the little boxes!

Angela said...

Wow! So creative! Love it!

Tracy said...

What a great idea! Love the boxes!

marg0006 said...

Great Christmas colors. I love the ribbon, it looks like a candy cane,YUM.

Yaneri said...

Wow!!! This is awesome!!! Love it!!! What a fabuloso gift!!!

Yaneri
www.scrapycrafter.com

Got2BCrafting said...

Absolutely amazing!! I totally LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea!! You did a fantastic job... so darn creative. I am definatley inspired.
Lori

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Super Cute boxes!
Carri~abusybee
www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

by Frank-LEE Speaking... said...

Wow, this is absolutely beautiful. Smooches... Felicia

Cheri said...

Great project! Thanks for sharing.
Cheri
www.djssundries.blogspot.com

Lisa said...

Oh this is just too cute to forget. I have 3 small children who would love this idea as an advent calendar for the holidays! I must get to work right away! Thanx for the inspiration! Take care!

Shawnee said...

This is sooo cute. :) Thanks for sharing this great project!

Carol's Creations said...

What a great idea...I totally could see using something like this as an advent calendar too! LOVE IT!

Chris - Creations in Bloom said...

Wow that's so creative. Really love your treat boxes. TFS.

June Houck said...

Andrea, this project is amazing and brilliant! My jaw dropped when I read how you constructed it and showed you pic of the back...well, it is simply brilliant :)

Simple Creations said...

You are genius! I love how you put all the little boxes together to create one large box. You could even make an advent calendar the same way.
I love your project!

Angela

Lauren said...

Too cute! I might do something similar with 5x5 boxes instead of 3x3 for an advent calendar for my kiddos. thanks for the inspiration/idea.

Ro said...

This is so beatuiful!! I love this idea!

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

Wow! I love this idea... and I def. think I'm going to have to scraplift it! I love how you put opening in the back so you can fill them without worrying about messing up that beautiful front! I have this cartridge and now I can't wait to play around with it more! Thanks so much!
Lisa

CA Scrapper said...

This project is beautiful!!

Leslie

. said...

Love those little boxes. That ribbon is great.
Candy
candyscraftcorner.blogspot.com

Melanie Makes said...

What a great idea, you could even use the same idea for an Advent calendar.

CRAZY4CHRIST said...

o my goodness this is such a great idea!! Thanks for sharing
Kristan

Mommy's Crafty Creations said...

Wow your treat box looks great!!

Veronica
mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com
mommyscraftycreations at gmail dot com

Cindy said...

What a cute idea! Love this! I love that cart, too--the font is wonderful!

Sheena said...

Super Cute idea!!

snappy scrappy said...

Great idea!!! Love the decorating too! Lee-Ann :)

Tina said...

This is a fantastic project! I SOOOO wish I had this cartridge!! Thanks for sharing!
Tina
www.myhoppyplace.blogspot.com

DEBBIE ORR said...

Cute gift box idea

jcinokc said...

Love your project so much I made a Halloween version of your boxes. Thanks for the inspiration.

jenlovcarr at aol dot com

gshrader said...

Oh wow! I love this!!! It's amazing! Love how you tied the ribbon around all the blocks! Might have to try this!!!

Sherrie K. said...

Fabulous project:) Love how you can add your treat to the back...clever!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Bunnyfreak said...

Love how all the boxes open.

Doris P. said...

OMG - who knew - now this was creativity!! I so need MPS stamp set - perfect for all occasions!! love love your creativity! Doris parkernana5 at cox.net

Debbie said...

love the tag tfs
bdtktr at gmail dot com
craftinwithmypups.blogspot.com

Meesh said...

LOVE, love this idea! Thank you for the inspiration as always! :o)

Michelle

Sandy S. said...

Absolutely beautiful! TFS!
Sandy
http://thecraftycreationspot.blogspot.com/

Sabrina said...

Wow, how clever! I love this idea! The colors you used are so pretty too!

RockinRenee said...

I have been thinking about a way to create an advent calendar and whether or not there were boxes like this. Now I don't have to think anyomre! ;)
Thanks for the inspiration!

jordanbev5 said...

Great project and how appropriate for hiding all kinds of goodies!!!

Jackie said...

Wow, some detail and some time! That is classy, love it. Thanks for sharing.

Kim H said...

Love this idea. Great combo project. The ribbon is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

Samantha J Designs (Wife2TJ) said...

This is wonderful!!! so creative and such a great idea :-)

Jamie - oohLaLaPaperie said...

So cute!! It would be a great decoration for a Christmas party then giveaway as everyone is leaving!! And I just lobe that stamp set. Great job with how you used them!

Jamie
Http://oohlalapaperie.blogspot.com

Donna and Sara said...

Wow, what a creative and adorable project. Love the design and bright colors. Great job. teachermom5@gmail.com

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