Treat Carrier and more from Lifestyle Crafts

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I had the chance to play with some more dies from Lifestyle Crafts – – remember, they’ll work in any hand-crank die cut machine! Want to see what I made??  First, here’s a peek of the new just-released dies:

So here’s what a die looks like, on the left – this the one for the hanging box – you roll it through and it cuts and scores the paper in the appropriate places.

Then you just fold along the fold lines and glue the box into shape.   I have a few things in a local boutique, and I think this will be a perfect way to package small items – I can’t wait to use them!!

Next up, the tickets – so fun – – who doesn’t love a string of tickets, and now you can make your own!  I will use these with my Paparazzi Parties – have guests put their name on them for doorprize drawings, etc.

Sidenote, this isn’t one of the new dies but it’s one that’s available – the matchbox – it’s one of my favorites!!  Lately for birthday parties we’ve been giving Paparazzi rings and bracelets – they fit perfect and cute in this little box!

Alright, a final show-off of the new die cuts – this one is called “treat carrier” – it is so cute!!  It really shows off the double-sided paper (I bought that at Lifestyle Crafts as well, a few months ago) – with the die, you cut 2 and then assemble the treat carrier.  It’s perfect size to hold 2 cupcakes and then you just use the handle and away you go – so fun!!  I know I’ll be making a bunch of these in the future!  They could also hold candies or cookies or anything – sky’s the limit – the box makes anything look fancy!

So check out all that Lifestyle Crafts has to offer – – you can even use the code “SUGARBEE” for a discount – sweet!!

And side note, those cupcakes were the best I’ve ever had – I’ll tell you all about them on Saturday….

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  1. says

    these look fantastic, looking forward to the cupcake details. I’m currently looking at a hand crank die cutter, would you mind telling me which one you have? I’ve been looking at the bigshot but I’m interested in hearing what others are using before I purchase one. Especially since they’re much more expensive to buy over here than in America, any info is appreciated. Thanks :)

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