DIY: Style Watch: CSS Favorites:: Candy Buffet in a Box

April 28, 2013

Handcrafted Candy Buffet in a Box | Damask Love Blog

Y’all know how much I love to take a bunch of crafty stuff and throw it in a box…so, today’s post will come as no surprise. Even though it’s become a routine for me, I am still pretty excited about the theme of today’s “in a box” project.

You know those popular candy buffets that are often at weddings and parties? Perfectly color coordinated. Cute packaging. Way too much work to put together. Well, I scaled it down…and put it in a box. All the trappings of a well styled candy buffet…all the cuteness…lots less work.

For the theme of this box, I was inspired by some of my favorite Clear & Simple Stamps products. This week, each member of the CSS Design Team will be sharing some of her own favorite products and coordinating projects – so stay tuned!

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Using a combination of my favorite with other Clear & Simple goodies, I came up with this:

Handcrafted Candy Buffet in a Box | Damask Love Blog

Handcrafted Candy Buffet in a Box | Damask Love Blog

And just like a full-sized candy buffet, my “in-a-box” version has a little paper banner, which I packed up in a simple glassine bag.

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Handcrafted Candy Buffet in a Box | Damask Love Blog Handcrafted Candy Buffet in a Box | Damask Love Blog

Handcrafted Candy Buffet in a Box | Damask Love Blog

 

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13 thoughts on “Style Watch: CSS Favorites:: Candy Buffet in a Box”

  1. What a cute idea! It looks really charming. Too bad that in Germany it isn’t that easy to color coordinate everything because there are less colorants in the food.

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  3. Lovely, Amber – the colours are mouth-wateringly good, and love all the cute details!

    P.S. Is there something in the straws – they look sealed at the edges?

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