Sunday, December 27, 2009

Two Magnolia challenges

This project was made for two challenges:
I created a candy box that uses a 12 x 12 piece of cardstock but in the end is not square or rectangle. I found the pattern on Split Coast Stampers under resources, there sure are a lot of patterns over there!

Here is a front shot of the candy box. You will have to excuse the contents as all I had was Halloween candy brought over by my grandchildren (well actually their mom).

I really love this Tilda and when I bought her I thought she could be used for any type of love theme and not just Halloween. With that being said I think she is great for Valentine's day!!

Here is a close up of the little sign.


And here is another pic from the top. This box is actually pretty large, I emptied one full 1-gallon baggie of candy and still added more from another.

13 comments:

Debbie Pamment said...

Gorgeous job Stephanie! I love this little box and it's unique shape. Perfect for Valentine's with a perfect Tilda.
Thanx for joining us at MDUC and wishing you a Happy New Year!
xXx

Candy said...

Hi Stephanie!
Such a CUTE idea! Lovely job - love your colouring!!!!
Hugs, Candy

Sue said...

What a wonderful project. The box is just so cute and Tilda sitting up there tempting everyone to eat candy is adorable. And the devil Tilda is perfect for this. Great take on the challenge. Thanks for sharing you project with us at MDUC this week. We look forward to seeing you back for our next challenge.

Krista said...

What a piece of art Stephanie, it is just so beautifull and funny at the same time! The text you put on the bix is just brilliant, chocolate is calling!! LOVE IT!!

RubyM:) said...

Stephanie this is so cute!!!!! oh my gosh! i love it! i like how you used the halloween tilda for valentines NICE GF!!(SMILING) i FIND MYSELF IN YOUR BLOG ALOT LOL!!!! i LOVE LOVE YOUR COLORING THANK YOU FOR SHARING!!

Myrna said...

LOL! This is just too cute! I love it.

Pam said...

How funny! Love your use of this stamp. I thought it would be a perfect Valentine when I first saw it also. Beautiful job coloring our little Tilda.
Happy New Year,
Pam
http://stampsinc.blogspot.com/

glowinshadow23 said...

I love love the cute sentiment!! Beautiful project.

Patti.Jo said...

Great project! Devilish Tilda works perfectly with your sign! Well done!!!

JanJay said...

Ooh this is so lovely, the contents look scrummy too!

Thanks for visiting my blog and entering my candy & joining in with the Charisma blog hop - best of luck!

Jan xx

Sally said...

Hey, Candy is candy in my book... it all eats the same. Love your project. Thanks for visiting my blog

Carol Meadows said...

Such a cute outcome! Really nice so much I have to get this Tilda! Thanks for the "EYE" candy !!

Carol M in TX/carolswingster77@aol.com

Kimba-Slydog said...

What a great idea and your box is so wonderful!!!!!!!

Thanks for joining us at MDUC.

Hugs,
Nicole

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