Friday, 24 March 2017

Treat Boxes with your own Pattern Paper + Blog Hop Winner Announcement

Hi people,
Parul this side. It has been really  long time since I posted last. It was my sister's wedding which kept me really busy. And when I am back to work after around 1.5 months I am enjoying it even more. Today I bring to you something really interesting. Do you like making favor boxes ?? I loooove making them. And when we want to make a favor/treat box we usually tend to rush to grab a pretty printed pattern paper. Isn't it so?
In today's post I will show you some treat boxes for which I designed my own pattern papers for some treat boxes.
Aren't they pretty?  Did you notice that choco chip on the butterscotch cake? Haha.. 
I cut out the template (easily available on internet) for this cake slice treat box  on plain card stock and then stamped it with my choice of stamp set.  Now we will see each box in detail :)

For this Butterscotch-Chocolate cake (yellow and brown one) I used only one layer of Daisy Blooms stamp set for making my own pattern paper. I just stamped the image randomly maintaining almost equal gaps.
 Later I decorated this cake with handmade flowers. Essy-Peasy... isn't it?

Now to  the next one

For this pinapple cake slice ( white and yellow) I used Doodle Elements stamp set designed by very talented Ujjwal. 
Those yellow flowers are also simple DIY flowers made with yellow paper twine :)

And Next one is 

And for this strawberry cake slice ( Pink and maroon) I used a small butterfly from the Butterfly Layers stamp set. In this treat box instead of blooms I added a sentiment label from Rose love stamp set.

Now we move to the most favourite of mine as they say " save best for the last " haha..

For this birthday theme treat box I used Balloons stamp set and stamped that small round balloon in many colors. To give a look of candle on the cake slice I also added a stripe stamped with chevron ballon from the same set and a circular label from the Mixed Greeting Coordinates stamp set. I just loved how this cake slice turned out. Hope you too like it :)

Now the stamps used in a glance


Thats all from my side today. Do let me know in comments which cake slice you relished the most :)

I am sure you are participating in current challenge #7 and "celebration" theme gives you infinite options to play along. Right?

Now the most awaited


Entry 9 - Sindhu wins stamping supplies from Mudra

Entry 33 - Sujana Rajan wins goodie bag from The Craft Shop

We thank Priya, Founder of The Craft Shop for sponsoring for this super grand blog event!!

Claim you prize by mailing to

If you missed seeing our blog hop, its no late, do hop on and get inspired by lovely creations by very talented crafters!! Check the Blog Hop Post here.

You can buy these Mudra stamps in following stores

Art and Craft Store - Noida
The Craft Store, Srilanka 

See you soon
Love and Hugs


  1. Wow! Love your own BG PP! Gr8 samples!
    Congratulations to winners!

  2. I love those fabulous cake shaped treat boxes Parul. Great idea and love how you've used the stamps to decorate them.

  3. Love the way you used the stamps...Clever ideas, Thanks for sharing, Parul

  4. Great idea to create your own patterned gift boxes!!

  5. These are so lovely and fun!

  6. Nice ideas...Thank you so much..I am so happy..

  7. This is so clever, Parul!! Love your beautiful stamping, great boxes. :-)