Nugget Gift Box

If you order from The Angel Company very often, then you probably have some GWP boxes lying around. "GWP" is a free Gift With Purchase stamp that you get with every $30 ordered. Here is a very fun project that you can do with the boxes that the GWP stamps come in:
You need 4 pieces of Hershey's Nuggets chocolate and 4 Avery 8160 address labels. Stamp on each label and wrap one around each Nugget. They will fit perfectly in the little GWP boxes.

The "gift" stamp I used is from the TAC Level A hostess set, Party Time. I colored them with Tombow and Impress markers. The snowflakes were stamped with Brilliance Platinum Planet ink.

I adhered my front layers to the box lid with "pop dots" and added a long ribbon so that it can be hung from a Christmas tree or gift.

The penquin is from the TAC stamp set, Mister Penquin, which will be retired at the end of this year.

Hope to inspire you!

Tootles!

6 comments:

Kim H. said...

Super cute and so cheap to make! I have a ton of those boxes laying around! Thanks for sharing your awesome idea!

Stampedbyanangel@aol.com said...

These are awsome, finally a purpose for all the plastic I've been saving. :) Thanks for the inspiration

L8ybug2 said...

Wow Vicki, these are super cute. I have a few of those boxes just screaming to be used. Thanks for the inspiration.
Rita

Betsy said...

What a fabulous idea! I even copied it on my site. I did give you credit once I remembered where I'd seen it! If you have a chance, take a look,
www.BetsysBitoHeaven.blogspot.com
Thanks for the wonderful idea.

Valerie said...

I just LOVE this idea and had to try it!...I found your blog on Splitcoaststamps. Iam also an Angel check out my nugget gift box in the entry I just posted! I did give you credit for it thanks again! http://miss-thaang.livejournal.com/

"Jany" said...

To think that I just threw them away because they were too many already and my house is too small. If I've found this earlier I would had given them as small presents. LOL. Good excuse to do new purchases and create my valentines gifts with them.

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