Bakers Box Treat
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New Baker's Box Thinlets - Meet Ms.Froggie

Hello, Ms. Froggie!

Last week we looked at Stampin'Up!'s new kit, All Boxed Up! We took a look at the contents and the results! I told you then that when you run out of pieces from the kit--you can use the Baker's Box Thinlets to create your own version of the baker's box!

Here's my version....Ms. Froggie!

Frog bakers box

Is she not the cutest little thing you ever saw? I'm going to explain how I made her and the list of supplies you will need, (later in this post you may want to look at the video that shows you how to use the thinlets and how to put the box together...the link is after the shopping list)

1. Cut 2 bakers box pieces from the Wild Wisabi cardstock; stamp these pieces with Dots for Days & Wild Wasabi Classic Ink.
2. Punch a 1 3/8" circle in the front side of one box piece (if you want you can cut a 2 X 2 piece of window sheets (#114323) and glue dot this to the backside of the hole. Or you can leave the hole open.
3. Assemble the box using Tear and Tape.
4. Punch the following and assemble the face: 2 3/8 scallop circle from Wild Wasabi cardstock, 2" circle from Whisper White cardstock (#100730), 3/4" circle from Wasabi, 1/2"circle from white cardstock, 1/4"handheld punch from scrap black cardstock.  To punch the smille, first punch 1 3/8" circle from wasabi--keep the waste piece---move your punch up slightly on one side until you see the smile form--punch this out and adhere to the face. Adhere the completed face to the top of the bakers box using dimensionals.
5. Punch 4 Ovals and 2 Petite Petals from Wasabi cardstock. For the legs, bend about 1/2" and adhere under the box (also glue dot the bottom of the leg to the box front. Glue the petite flowers under the legs for the feet.
6. Using the other 2 ovals, cut out chinks to form the arms and adhere to box front over the hole/tummy using multipurpose glue. Punch a petite petal from scrap Melan Mambo cardstock and adhere to the area where the arms meet over the tummy using glue dots. Adhere a Rhinestone to the center fo the flower.
7. Fill the 4 X 6 cello bag with candy--preferrably chocolate, tie with another piece of seam binding and place inside the box. Using about 14 inches of Pink Pirouette Seam Binding, tie the box handles together and form a bow over the face to look like a hair ribbon!

You are done!  If you are one of my hostesses during August and some in September--you will see this little Ms. Froggie again! Just Sayin!

Here are the supplies you can purchase right now using the Shop Now button:

>Bakers Box video