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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Pumpkin Pizza!!! Weekend Project

Oh my does that ever sound gross!!! I'll stick with pumpkin pie. Hmmm, I wonder if you can make like a pumpkin pie pizza like the summertime fruit pizzas??? I'm not willing to try it, I still can't get past that "Pumpkin Pizza" title!!! LOL

I have seen these adorable mini pizza boxes on several blogs plus on SplitCoastStampers (SCS). I thought it would be fun to make so I added it to my list of things to try. It is indeed VERY simple to make and they are VERY mini!!! I was surprised at the size. I guess I was expecting something a bit bigger. But I think the pattern can be adjusted to however big you need it as long as you stay within the size of your card stock. A 12" x 12" sheet would make a pretty nice size box but it would be pretty flimsy. Keep that in mind if you are considering changing the box at all.

I got the box from "Lynn in St Louis," it's her SCS name. If you click here you can find all the information you need to make a box yourself!!! I didn't plan to make mine using Kraft card stock. I just grabbed a piece of card stock that I had a lot of because I figured I would somehow mess this up on my first try. Well, there isn't a whole lot to mess up on these. Much to my surprise!!! And after putting it together I decided to just run with it. I have a TON of things running (rolling or even bouncing) around in my head using a mini box like this. I'll be sure to post them here for you to see!!!

I used Treasures on the inside of mine. I stamped the images from the Stampin' Up! set "Halloween Frights" on address labels and stuck them to the candy. Then I decorated the top of the box.

That is pretty much all there is to these little boxes. And being they are so quick to make you can spend more time decorating the outside or you can make a bunch of them for gifts or for craft fairs!!! There's a lot of things you can use these little boxes for!!!

This item was made using Stampin' Up! products. To view more items made using Stampin' Up! products click here.

Thank you SO much for stopping by,
Wanda

2 comments:

Jennifer said...

CUTE!!!

Unknown said...

Wanda, this is great!

I Wanna trick or treat at your house, LOL!!