Monday, December 13, 2010

Cricut and Martha Stewart to the Rescue

We have an annual candy making party at our house and make hand molded candy. I tried to find candy boxes to purchase, but no luck, so I made my own. Did I mention that it was a last minute idea? I used the Christmas Cheer Cartridge to cut the windows and covered the openings with acetate. The Martha Stewart Score Board made the process easy! I made over 30 boxes in a very short time! Here are a few of the boxes and some photos from the day!



Chocolate artists at work!







Sampling of the final product before packaging.



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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Linda, the candy boxes are great and your chocolate artists are very cute. Love the candy too!

Sue

khattykathi said...

Very cool idea. I'm gonna make these and use them with the cookie recipe I just got from the other site. Whoo hoo!

kbuksas at aol dot com

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Sue, we had ten artists and their candy was amazing.

Linda

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Khattykathi! What a great idea!

Linda

Anonymous said...

What fun! The candy assortment is beautiful.

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks so much! We had a great time.

Linda

Kate said...

What a fabulous way to spend the day! Your boxes are lovely and will be such a wonderful way to package the treats!

A4 card said...

Gorgeous! Those are very lovely crafts.. And those candies seems delicious too.

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