Welcome to the Terrific Treats Technique Blog Hop where we will be showing you a variety of creative treat projects you can make as we highlight a few of our current Close to My Heart products! If you have come here from Cat’s Nowak’s blog, you are on the right path! When you are finished reading, you can click on the link at the end to move to the next blog. This blog hop is simple, fun, and full of ideas. If you get lost along the way, you’ll find the complete list of participating consultants on Melissa’s Blog.
With Valentine’s Day less than a month away, I decide to use our Oh My Heart products to create a delightful Valentine Petit Four Box with images from our Artiste collection. When I learned that Close to My Heart was bringing back Artiste in digital form, I was beyond excited. I have always enjoyed the treat boxes, rolled flowers, and tag images in this collection, and am I excited to share with you♥ how I used them on my Terrific Treat project.
Isn’t this just too stinkin’ cute?!♥ I just love how well the Ballerina, Raspberry, Candy Apple, and Glacier complement each other. After manipulating each of the Artiste boxes in Cricut Design Space®, I cut the larger box from Candy Apple cardstock, the lid from Pink Plaid paper, then cut the smaller box from Ballerina.
To create the dividers in the box, I inserted two rectangle shapes then attached some partial cut lines. The box itself measures 4″ x 4″ x 2½” with four little 1¾” boxes inside that were decorated with Oh My Heart paper and stickers. Since most of my projects have a bit of blue♥, I decided to cut the leaves in the Striped Glacier paper before attaching them to the Rolled Flowers (#M45675).
The Pink Pearls inside each flower were some leftover embellishments that I had from the past, but these could easily be created using White Pearls and a Pink TriBlend Marker. (see how I did this on my You’re My Person card) To finish the design, I added a Heart Sticker, Silver Embellishing Thread, and a tag created using the Oh My Heart stamp set.
This Valentine Petit Four Box was a terrific treat to make and made me realize how I much I missed using those rolled flowers in my creations.
Now ‘Hop” on over to Tamara Sandwisch’s blog to see her work! Be sure to visit all the Consultants at their blogs to get some great crafting tips and other fun ideas for creating some Terrific Treats. I hope that this Valentine Petit Four Box has inspired you to try something new and add little sweetness to your holiday projects.
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16 thoughts on “Terrific Treats Technique Blog Hop”
What lovely treat holder!
Thank you, Michelle. I enjoyed making it and can’t wait to share it with a friend.
Oh wow!! I love this!! Love those little boxes and those flowers are stunning.
Thank you, Cat. I had a lot of fun with this one
I’d love to receive one of these, how sweet!
Aww, you are so sweet. This was a fun craft to make. I am debating if it warrants a video 🤔
Love how cute these little boxes look inside the bigger box. The rolled flowers look fab.
Thank you, friend. Those little rolled flowers are so fun to create with!
Carrie, What a gorgeous box….so perfect for Valentines’ Day…this is a very special creation..Thanks for sharing!
Thank you, Coelle. Making little treats is something I really enjoy.
I LOVE this – every little detail is so carefully thought out and it’s gorgeous!
Thank you for such sweet comments, Alyson. This was a fun crafting adventure so sure. I can’t wait to give it away.
Absolutely adorable; ALWAYS! Your detail do your projects makes them striking!
Thank you, Melissa. It helps when you love what you do.