Window Box Candy Holder Photo Step by Step

Stampin' Up! Everyday Enchantment Candy Holder

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD the Step-by-Step Instructions for Candy box Stamp festival is done and I will be sharing the projects for the next week or so (depending upon my luck in getting the time!

This adorable box was made using one sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock.  I have the photo step-by-step instruction (left) and it also includes a detailed diagram of the box to follow.  The biggest challenge was making the window where you couldn’t fit in any punches… so the Framelits dies ‘Labels Collection’ came to the rescue!  See how tricky it was anyway to get that frame in there (see PDF).

Enjoy!  I know that I did!  In the comments, link to one of your own if you make one!

Set(s): Bordering on Romance (w: 125480, c: 125482)
Accessories:  7 ¾ x 10 7/8th in. Pool Party cardstock (122924)
*Scored on 7 ¾ in. side at: ½, 1 ¾, 6 & 7 ¼
*Scored on 10 7/8 in. side at: ½, 1 ¾, 3, 4 ¼, 5 3/8, 8
(*see PDF for template)

2 ¼ x 3 ½ Whisper White cardstock
3×3 ‘Everyday Enchantment’ designer paper – SAB benefit #126154
3×3 Peach Parfait cardstock #119794
2×2 Lucky Limeade cardstock #122926
3 ½ x 2 ¼ Whisper white cardstock (for the tag)
2 ½ x 2 DSP for flap back
2 x 1 DSP ‘Everyday Enchantment’ strip
2 in square (or scrap) Peach Parfait cardstock for punching, White Satin ribbon
1 inch punch, Boho Blossom punch #119858, Blossom Punch #125603,
5 Petal Flower punch #119880, Basic XL pearls #125577
Other: flexible acetate (such as clear report cover); small piece candy
—–Sizzix—-
Framelits ‘Labels’ Collection #125598
Sizzix Big Shot, Multi-purpose platform, standard Cutting pads
(comes as a set #113439)

Comments

  1. super cute

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    Amy Reply:

    thanks Rosie!

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  2. this is a fantastic idea & tutorial; thank you ever so much for sharing!

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  3. Meg McAlister says:

    Amy, your project is wonderful and I appreciate you sharing the detailed pdf – happy stampin’!

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    Amy Reply:

    You are very welcome!

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  4. Thanks for sharing this wonderful tutorial on the candy holder. I certainly will attempt to make one or more of these!

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    Amy Reply:

    Sounds great… go for it!

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