I promised that I would give detailed instructions how to make each project. So, here they are.
Here is a cake box I made for my friend's birthday!
Jubilee for Enjoy Flag cut at 1.5
Cake box cut at 10.75
yellow part on the cake was embossed using Cuttlebug Swiss dots
The little decoration on top of the cake was just a 1 inch piece that I cut and then folded accordian style.
I used a glue dot to secure the candle. It didn't hold very well, so I would hot glue it if I had to do it over again.
To create the cake box I just followed the instructions via the Sweet Tooth Boxes handbook.
Here is a ladybug treat container I made for my son's preschool teachers.
Their classroom is called the ladybug room, so I used the small ice cream dish (9.5) and
just added the ladybug head from Walk in My Garden and circles from Plantin Schoolbook.
Lastly, I have a treat house I made for my husband's secretary!
This week at my husband's work they are honoring their secretaries!
I put a cake pop inside the house! Yum!
I cut this house out at 10 in and then just followed the instructions via the handbook.
This cartridge is so fun!
Do you have it?
If so what is your favorite box?
I would love to see your projects you've made with this cartridge!
Comment below with a link to your project and I'll come check it out:)
Thanks for taking the time to check out my
Sweet Tooth Boxes showcase!