The focus of this project is the transparent (hence the post title) candy box only, it is my project. The card and matching envie I did only to compliment the box, give it a good presentation and, hopefully spark your interest and/or inspire. The box is made from a sheet of 8.50" x 11" clear cardstock (you can also use a transparency sheet). Here's the set:
Here's a close up of the candy box itself:
The candies in the box are chocolate covered candy sticks and they were the inspiration for this box project. I found them at a store called Tuesday Mornings that I like to frequent, you may have heard of the store and/or may have one near you. This is the box of the chocolate covered candy sticks:
Let's begin the box by cutting out the template from the cut.file. The clear cardstock is size 8.50" by 11":
Here's the cut.file template after it's been cut by the Cricut:
I'm sure you're all familiar with folding a cut.file, so just start folding up the template by using the dart cut-outs along the bottom as a guide to align the folds with the tabs along the top; fold in the side tab and glue your box together however you prefer. Easy!
Now that the box is put together, fill it with the candy sticks:
All that's left to do now is decorate your box however you like. On my box I used gold Peel-Offs on each corner of the box, tied brown sheer ribbon around the box and tied a bow; the label on the front is a sticker that I put white cardstock on the back of and pop-dotted beneath the ribbon bow and, to finish it off, I added a transparent gold colored rhinestone to the bow and a couple to the label to set off the gold in the label.
The sticker label along with the paper used for the card and envie are all from K&C Company's Jubilee Designer collection. The template cut.file was done on Cricut Expression using the George cart.
If you're interested in the cut.file it is available at the bottom of this project post. After tomorrow it will be available on my sidebar under "Cut.files". You can find it under the name "Stick Candy Box".
Here's the cut.file below, and thank you so much for stopping by and/or joining me over at Sheila's.