The Paper Players #181

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Today's project is for the current challenge at The Paper Players, and it's a Sweet Treat theme this week: 

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I bought the Candy Dispenser file at the Silhouette store a while back, and made a couple of different versions which you can see HERE. The original is about 5" high by 2-1/2" wide, which fit a LOT of candy! The idea was to make treats for my niece and two nephews so I wanted to shrink it down a bit. I love them to pieces, but woah if I add that much sugar they will be wild 🙂 Luckily I can resize the original with my Silhouette, and my latest version is pretty small at 2-3/4" high by 1-1/4" wide, perfect I think.

I made a card to go along with it. Wow, me and CAS style? Huh, imagine that. I love the CAS style but have a hard time refraining from adding more, and more, and more layers. I'm pretty pleased with this little number though 😉 I used CS and DSP with a heart punch and the Wonderful Favorites stamp set from SU!, and added some sequins from Paper Sweeties with a little bling on top. 

Thanks so much for stopping by today 🙂

6 thoughts on “The Paper Players #181

  1. This is darling, Kerin! I think I have the same Silhouette file waiting to be inspired by yours! Love these colors and your sweet CAS card complete the whole project! So glad you joined us at The Paper Players!

  2. Oh gosh, this is wonderful Kerin! Your card is adorable on it’s own but the candy dispenser is just precious! Great job on the challenge! Thanks so much for sharing your creation with us at The Paper Players!

  3. Kerin, I am just smitten with that adorable treat box! The coordinating card is great, too. Perfect for Valentine’s Day! Thank you so much for joining us over at the Paper Players! 🙂

  4. Hi Kerin,
    Thanks for your comment on my blog, really appreciate it.
    Your card is wonderful!
    I thought I should come over and tell you the the foil was bought at a Dollarama Store. Not Sure if you would have a Dollarama where you live? It is sticky foil and I attach it to cardstock before cutting. I think the foil would be to fragile on its own.
    Blessings,
    Barb

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