Friday, September 7, 2012

Lalaloopsy Birthday Treat Boxes


Hi Friends,

Today is the last of Lalaloopsy week and for my final project, I made these treat boxes using:




I've have had a lot of fun creating these projects for my niece, Arianna, and I hope you have enjoyed them too.

16 comments:

  1. Bet...you cld totally start a Lalaloopsy Party planning business with all these gorjus treats. Love this wee box. Brilliant job. ooxx

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  2. truly amazing! love the polka dots.
    hugs, m

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  3. What a wonderful series this has been! My youngest got her doll when she turned 6. It was the number one item on her wish list and she was stunned when she actually got it. She's been staring hard at all your Loopsy projects here and I suspect she may consider this as her theme when her birthday rolls around again. Thank you so much for sharing these adorable creations.

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  4. Gasp! Adorable....thanks for the video!!!

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  6. These are too cute!!! I will be featuring these boxes on My Crafty Picks #76 with a link back to your blog on 9-9-12. Make sure to stop by to check out all the picks!!

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    Have a great day!!
    Tiffany Bauer
    http://www.mycraftyworld.blogspot.com

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  7. When I came upon your blog and saw these they just say SURPRISE!!
    Theses are lovely. Thanks for sharing

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  8. Such a cute project!! I love the DSP you used, bright and cheerful. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Melissa Tootle

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  9. Your boxes are so bright and colorful. Just looking at them makes me happy! Thank you for sharing your creativity.

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  10. These are so bright and cheerful. Perfect for a little girl. I am curious what was put inside of the box. Thanks for sharing.
    Rose Reynolds
    Burleson Tx

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    1. Any small candies would work just fine, but I think I'm going to fill mine with Starburst candys before I mail them to my niece.

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  11. Just so very cute!! Off to the Big Shot to give it a try! Thanks for such wonderfully clear instructions....

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  12. love these little boxes, but do you have a pattern for the box itself,cause you already made that...or can I find this on your blog somewhere?

    els

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    1. Els, I used Stampin' Up! Mini Milk Carton Die #117310 and cut the 2 pieces with the Big Shot Die Cutting Machine #113439.

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