hershey kisses treat boxes (no cricut needed, pic heavy)

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sewgirly's picture
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hershey kisses treat boxes (no cricut needed, pic heavy)

I saw these on a blog and wanted to try them. I'm going to attempt to explain as I go. I made about 20 in 30 min. Super easy. I'm thinking they would be cute birthday party favors or baby shower favors.

Start with paper that is 5 x 5 1/2.

Score it on the 5" side at 1 1/2, 2 1/2, and 4". It will make 4 rows, one skinner, thats where you put the kisses.

Decorate one side

I used to different stamps

Run adhesive along the skinny row (put candy on it) and then on the outside row. It folds up triangle shaped.

Some V-day ones ( I did use the cricut for xoxo, paisley and wild card has it, fyi)

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Could you BE any more creative??!? These are so cute!! ahhhhhh!!!!! I'll save it to my "make my co-workers for Valentine's Day" folder. Wink

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oh, I love those too!!!!

please come to my house and rub my arm or something. I need your creativity to rub off on me.

AshnBill's picture
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"coolmama72" wrote:

oh, I love those too!!!!

please come to my house and rub my arm or something. I need your creativity to rub off on me.

ROFL And then can you come to mine?? I love these. They're PERFECT for Valentine's Day!

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yes, seriously....your creativity is too much! Share the wealth! lol

Awesome and adorable boxes. I especially love the Valentine's ones Smile Guess what I'll be making the daycare kids Wink lol

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Seriously cute. Can you design something to put a store valentine and a sucker together into? Smile

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Those are great!!! TFS!

Breen31806's picture
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Those are awesome! How do you score your paper? I've been wondering that since seeing the Exploding boxes. Do you use a tool of some sort?

laney83's picture
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those are very cute thyw ould make really cute wedding favors too. I might have to make these for favors for Graysons first birthday which is fast approaching!

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i just love your posts. your creativity is AMAZING.

sewgirly's picture
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Muchas Gracias girls!

Kebrina, I have a ScorPal but I only use it really to score diagonal lines. Kinda wish I hadn't bought it. I've had it for several years and used it maybe a dozen times.

I bought a scoring blade to use on my paper trimmer. It's fast and easy to switch the blades and since I always have the trimmer out, easy access.

Michelle, I guess I could if I knew what size to make the envelope?

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Kelly, It's okay. I was just kidding. I usually make Valentines from scratch with the kids but being due at the end of the month, I let them pick out store ones this year and we'll likely either tape a sucker to them (has to be a sucker due to the allergies in DS's class) or hand them out separately. Seeing your awesome Valentines just gave me pangs. Smile

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those are such an awesome idea!!! too cute!

K9Trainer's picture
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wow girl!!!! How cute!!!

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Those look so easy and sooooo cute!

LMCH's picture
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thanks for the inspo Kelly! I hope I can make these for DS's daycare (either the workers or the kids or both).

I always forget about the scoring blade I have for my trimmer...I use my bone folder sometimes, but the scoring blade is MUCH easier.