Christmas Cracker – Lindor Treat Box

I have one more Christmas themed treat box to share before the BIG Day.  As many of you may know I am an ex-pat Brit living in North Texas for a little over 16 years.

One of the Christmas traditions in the UK is to have Christmas Crackers on the table.  In our family we used to pull them after we had eaten the main course and before we tucked into the dessert of Christmas Pudding and Mince Pies with either brandy butter or whipped cream.

Each cracker would contain a paper hat, a motto or joke and a little gift – the quality of which very much depended on how much you paid for the box of crackers!  Today’s crackers contain Lindor chocolates ……

10 x 6 1/2 Merry Little Christmas Designer Series Paper

Score along the short side @ 1″, 2″, 3″, 4″ 5″ & 6″

Score along the long side @ 1 1/2″, 2″ & 2 1/2″ turn the paper around and score at the same intervals from the other edge.

Now check out the video to see what to do next………………..

My box was inspired by the Cotswold Crafter.

The greeting is from the Merry Little Labels stamp set, heat embossed in silver then cut with the 2″ circle punch.  This was then layered onto Red Glimmer Paper cut with the Starburst Punch.

Thank you for stopping by – I hope you like today’s project – please let me know in a comment ~ by using that little link just under the title.

If you are in need of any stamping supplies, I would love to be your demonstrator.  Just click on the Shop Now button on the right side of my page and go directly to my online store.

If you want to create this treat box all the supplies are available 24/7 in my on-line – just click a picture and it will take you right there, just order what you need.

Give me a shout if you need any more information or want to book a class or a party!

My Project 4-001If you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalog, please feel free to contact me, and if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and my team I’d most definitely like to hear from you

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