Monday, July 2, 2012

Ghirardelli Chocolate Brief Case


Is it July already! oh, boy!

I was looking and thinking for all occasion male treats. Then I saw this here and love it! I changed two things.

Instead of use ribbon for the handle, I used the SU tap punch.

And for the bottom corner, I used only haft a circle.  this way it can stand.

Link this to:

Make It Monday



Shirley-Anne said...

Fabulous .They look like little satchels . Perfect gift boxes . Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday

Anonymous said...

Hi Helen,
I just saw your candy boxes over at MIM and had to come over and tell you that they are totally cute! Of course now I am thinking "where did I hide that chocolate last week"? LOL! TFS
Beth P

Dr Sonia S V said...

How adorable it is and love the way you made the handle


Dr Sonia S V said...

Forgot to say Saw your link on MIM

Migdalia said...

Hi Helen!I love this!!Funny story..I was invited a my friend's husband 5o th birthday this week and I was thinking what to do??and here you go and post the cutest thing ever!!!!Thank you!!!You saved my day!!!

Ann said...

Your creativity is endless. I just love these. They look like little brief cases.

Rhonda Miller said...

These are great.

Faye said...

Hello. I saw these Fabulous projects on MIM..Faye

ARTiMAGINE said...

Hey Helen,

These are adorable...I love your little creations...its all about presentataion!!!!

I'm sucker for unique gift wraps..

Hussena said...

These paper briefcase look awesome i love the way you have used those tab punches ...Thank you so much for sharing :)

chillin with Quillin said...

these are totally awesome !!!

Mary said...

too cute, but the link doesn't work for me.

JustNeedling said...

They are so cute!

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Wonderful! Like I need another excuse to each chocolate LOL! I spotted you at Make it Mondays!

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Esther Asbury said...

These are absolutely adorable! Love em!

Julia said...

Absolutely in love with your project! Thanks for sharing!
I saw this on Make it Monday!
These are my entries: # 129, #158, #160, #162, # 250 and #252 (Candy Alert) would love it if you could visit.

Debra Pate said...

How neat and cute for a favor! Thanks for the tutorial. I saw this on Make it Monday.

Debra Pate
Fabulously Creative

Michelle said...

Hi Helen

Great masculine gift idea! I will have to keep this one in mind when it comes to teacher gift ideas at the end of the year.

Thank you for sharing with us at Make it Monday this week.

Michelle :o)

Terry's Blog said...

Very cute! Would love to use these for a candy swap we are doing this fall. the link doesn't work - do you have another link?