DIY: CSS Release in Review: DIY Jellybean Sampler

August 8, 2012

I’ve got a fun one for you today – and if you don’t think it’s fun you’d have to admit that it is pretty yummy.
By assembling four of the new Clear and Simple Stamps Cube Box favors, I created this…

(Sidenote: I just took a class on Adobe Illustrator so I’m playing around with some fun graphics within my photos…bear with me!)

To create this little candy sampler, I trimmed off the top of the cube box favor and assembled each box.

For each box, I adhered the bottom flap on the outside of the box rather than the inside. This way, the inside of each box was nice and neat without any exposed flaps.

I stamped four squares of cardstock with Clear and Simple Stamps Circles Plus and RicRac/ Pinking set and adhered them to the bottom of each box.

I adhered all four boxes together, then covered the outside with patterned paper to create a nice, neat & finished look.

Once filled, I wrapped the box in acetate and added a tag and a bright yellow bow! Simple, right?  This is such an easy project that you can get really creative with! Imagine all the possibilities for filling this container!
Time for you to get more inspiration from the CSS Design Team!

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