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TBBM/Create a Crittter/A Child's Year

I've been MIA, but here are some pics of the latest little batch of goodies I've been working on. These little heart-shaped boxes are from TBBM, and they allow you to cut them with a little heart window without any fuss. To seal the windows shut I used Martha Stewart acetate and my ATG. To add emphasis to the shape I drew the faux stitching with my white Gelly Roll pen, and then embellished the other sides. On one side, each box got a different sticker from DCWV, and the remaining sides got a heart from A Child's Year, and the LOVE phrase from Create a Critter embellished with little buttons on the center of each heart. I actually decorated all sides of the boxes before gluing them together with my hot glue gun. This made it much easier to put them all together and made them nice & sturdy. To finish them off, I added cello bags with Valentine-colored M&M's. YUM!





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  1. cute and yummy:)These would make great treats for my daughter's class. TFS

    Karla

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  2. These came out wonderful! I like the little boxes and the Acetate with the faux stitching.... very cute and yummy! LOL :o)
    Theresa

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  3. these are so cute! Thanks for sharing. I am a new follower to your blog. I just started mine, maybe you have time to come and see?
    Gina
    ginascraftingspot.com

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