Sep 25, 2011



Today I'm showing you this cute project i made over the weekend. I was inspired by (this post).

Tamara had made a really cute test tube holder, and has a free svg to make something similar. I of course had no plastic test tubes or halloween candy, nor did I want to make that investment then wait for shipping (yuck). So I decided to go with some cake pops. I altered the svg file to make 3- 1/4 inch holes intead of where the test tubes are..

This is what I came up with

I pretty much am in love with adorable project. I used the Lettering Delights Sew Spooky Stitchy Cut It Set To make this adorable project. I used my Peachy Keen Stamps Monster faces along with the Pumpkin Faces for them as well too. Pretty much all the paper is From Recollections

The stamp is from the Latest Scrappy Moms Stamps Set Bewitched it says "Friends like you are a real treat"

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Krista's Paper Cafe said...

Cristina, I also saw Tamara treat! Hey, that's a great adaption of the pattern. Both of your "boxes" are darling. I bet it was fun. I have this on my to do list.

Lisa R. said...

So cute! TFS

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