It took a bunch of tries to find a box that would fit the items I bought for the goody bags. This carton, on page 37, worked perfectly! I used Cricut Craft Room to stretch it as large as it would go so I'm really not sure what size I cut it.
First, I cut it out of 4 different colours. Then I stamped images from Roar! in Cocoa and Chocolate on both sides. (I took these photos with my iPhone so they're not like my usual ones, but they're all gone, so I can't do re-takes.)
I assembled them, no adhesive needed (yay!), and filled it with dollar store dinos and "egg" candy. (Isn't that bigger dino so cute?)
Then I cut a tag with the Art Philosophy cartridge from bamboo cardstock and stamped the T-rex on it, leaving a space to write names. I tied it onto the box with some natural hemp and all done! Here they are:
The kids liked them, at least I think they did. 4 and 5-year-olds don't really "exclaim" over things like this. But I think they turned out super cute.
I completely forgot to take a photo of the invites. They were just a postcard cut from Bamboo and printed with the info, then stamped with these same images.
Artiste Cricut Cartridge
Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge
Cardstock: Olive, Garden Green (retired), New England Ivy, Sweet Leaf, Bamboo
Ink: Chocolate, Cocoa
I just have to take a sec to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian readers! I'm looking forward to spending time with family, eating lots of yummy turkey and, for the first time, attending the Norwood Fair!