Card and Chick by Christine

Today we have Christine showcasing her talents with us…
I love making Easter projects and as soon as I saw the Chick Candy Dispenser, I knew that I just had to cut it out.
I followed Lori’s instructions here on her YouTube Channel to put it together and then added a few of my own embellishments.  Don’t you just love googly eyes?  I think that they add so much personality to my little chick.
The front of the box opens up to reveal your treat of choice.  I had just picked up these yummy Hershey’s Kisses in Easter colors. The front will close and then you carry the box around by the handle at the top.
I added the feathers on the back of the box.  I had to use some really good glue to get them to stick but once they were dry everything was fine. I used orange glitter paper on the beak and the feet.  Sometimes, those little details can really make a project pop!
You can’t have a treat box without a card, can you?  So I looked through Lori’s card files and found this one which I think is perfect.  It gave me a way to incorporate the cardstock that I used on the chick into the card so everything is matching!!  I love how simple it is too.

And since it was so easy to cut out this card, I decided to make a matching envelope.  Again, I used the same yellow cardstock to cut it out.   What fun to have a bright yellow envelope.  I used the fancy envelope.  I love the beautiful flap.  Because I wanted to dress it up even more, I cut out a mat for my flap.  If you want to learn how I did that, please stop by my blog and I will show you how.  It’s really easy!

Supplies used:
Card Kit Happy Easter- Silhouette Store, Design Id #8564
5-Card Kit Elegant Envelope- Silhouette Store, Design Id #7680
Other Supplies:
Bo Bunny Double Dot Cardstock
Stampin Up! White Cardstock
Glitter Cardstock Die Cut With A View
Hershey Kisses  :)

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Ana - February 22, 2016 - 7:20 pm

Lori hello ,
I’m having difficulty riding your shape bunny candy dispenser. You have tutorial? The front of the box appears to be improperly seated

Mendi Yoshikawa - March 12, 2013 - 2:41 am

This turned out super cute Christine! Love the chick cut from the yellow polka-dot paper. Lori really knocked it out of the park with this darling cutting file. Seeing your candy made me realize I have yet to start buying stuff of Easter baskets. Thanks for the cute reminder. 😉

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