A “bitty” of a treat

Debra Burgin 1012 Gingerbread Bitty BoxesTo me, the Christmas season is incomplete without gingerbread cookies.  The first step of the recipe — boiling together the sugar, butter, spices, and molasses — makes magic happen in the house.

So I was immediately drawn to this image in the Got Treats set.  This Bitty Box is one of the non-card projects we are making in camp this month.  Love these, especially with the pleated rosette on top.  Once you learn how to make a rosette, you see they are really quite simple.  Combining different patterned paper, center images and embellishments means there are endless combinations of these.  I love this rosette so much, we’ll use it again soon!

Inside the box are two Milk & Caramel Ghirardelli chocolates.  They fit perfectly, give the box some stability, and … taste amazing (although I didn’t have any!).  If Ghirardelli made Gingerbread Chocolates (are you listening?), I’d be all over them.

Stamps:  Got Treats (p. 55)

Ink:  Soft Suede, VersaMark

Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Pear Pizzazz or Poppy Parade, Hostess Designer Series Paper Pack (In Color), Whisper White

Other:  Bitty Box and Tasteful Trim dies, 2⅜” Scallop Circle Punch*, 1⅜” Circle Punch, Heat Tool and Stampin’ Emboss Powder (Iridescent Ice), 1¼” Circle Punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals

*Back in stock!

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3 Responses to A “bitty” of a treat

  1. Jill says:

    This box is adorable. Can’t wait to make it. I have been avoiding the Tasteful Trim die, but I think it has to go on my wish list. (hopefully it will be available after the Holiday mini is expired)

    • Debra says:

      Yes, it will be available after this mini! If I cut nothing but the rick rack from the die, I think I’ve gotten my money’s worth (although I earned it for FREE!). Think of punching a strip of that out vs. a die cut. So worth it.

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