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CASE-ing the Catty - Big Shot Project


Hi there

This week the CTC Crew are CASE-ing their favourite Big Shot project from the brand new Holiday Catalogue. 

You may have come here from Elizabeth's Blog, but if you are visiting me, you can start your journey here and continue by clicking on the buttons at the bottom of the post.

This Halloween treat box on page 50 caught my eye, so I decided to create a Christmas version.



I die cut the 2 panels of my Baker's Box base from Crumb Cake card stock . On one panel of the box, I added the Candy Cane Lane DSP and the strips of Real Red card stock on either side and then die cut the circle in the centre of the largest panel. While the panel was still flat I also stamped 'wishes' at the top.  I then added the DSP to the sides of the second panel and assembled the box. This is the finished project. I was really happy with the way it turned out.

Stampin' Up! Candy Cane Lane Baker's Box for CTC96 - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I wanted a bit more room for my bag of yummy spice cookies, so I cut away the scored 'milk carton' piece from the sides of the Baker's Box before I assembled it. You can see this better in the next photo. I also wanted to add a simple tag to my gift box and there are so many fabulous tag options to choose from. I decided to keep with the round theme using the Layered Circles Framelits. I cut my gold embossed greeting from the 'Tin of Tags' stamp set with the same scalloped circle that I used to surround my window on the front. I then matted it on the next size plain circle in Real Red and then onto the bauble from the new 'Merry Tag' framelits cut in Crumb Cake. I love the end result and how it coordinates so well with the rest of the project. I attached it to the handle with the red Baker's Twine from Candy Cane Lane duo pack. 

Stampin' Up! Candy Cane Lane Baker's Box for CTC96 - Judy May, Just Judy Designs 

Here is a close-up of the details on the front of the Baker's Box. I have stamped the 'Christmas' banner from the 'Time of Year' Hostess stamp set and die cut it with the Bunch of Banners framelits and popped it up. I added some little 1/8" gold foil dots to either side of the 'wishes' to make it stand out a bit more. The gingerbread person is stamped in Early Espresso and I added some little gold foil hearts punched from the Heart Confetti border punch to his front.  The box is closed with a piece of the Stitched Edge ribbon that is tied with 2 strands of the lovely red metallic baker's twine. 

Stampin' Up! Candy Cane Lane Baker's Box for CTC96 - Judy May, Just Judy Designs 

Finally, here is the Baker's Box with the bag of 8 spice cookies next to it. You can see I have left the window 'open', but you could add a small piece of Window Sheet over it, if you prefer.  I've added some Candy Cane Lane washi to the top edge of the cello bag (CASE-ed from page 4 of the Holiday catty) and tied it with both of the twines from the Candy Cane Lane duo pack. My crunchy spice cookies (called Speculaas in Europe) are not gingerbread, but have that lovely Christmas spice flavour and are perfect with warm drinks - we love them with Chai latte made with fresh coconut milk. They contain cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, mace, aniseed and white pepper. We first tried these cookies when we visited Copenhagen in 2013 as they are added to the saucer with every cup of coffee. I found this healthy version last year and they have become a staple in our cupboard - too yummy to just have for Christmas!



Project Details
Stamps Cookie Cutter Christmas, Tin of Tags, Holly Jolly Greetings, Time of Year (Hostess)
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Real Red, Candy Cane Lane DSP, Gold Foil
 Ink Early Espressso, Real Red, Versamark
Accessories Candy Cane Lane Washi and Baker's Twine
Tools     Baker's Box Framelits, Merry Tags Framelits, Bunch of Banners Framelits, Layering Circles Framelits, Big Shot, Hearts Confetti punch, Cookie Cutter Builder punch, 1/8" Circle punch (not SU) Dimensionals,Gold EP, Heat gun, Stampamajig


Now it's time to click on the Next button to hop over to see Kelly's fabulous project. 


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We would love you to link up your CASE of a Big Shot project from the Holiday catty by clicking on the button below to add your project.


You can see the full list of the CTC Crew participating this week over at the CASE-ing the Catty blog. 

Thanks for visiting today!


Krissy Buck

Such a fantastic gift box Judy! I love that you've made the treat bag just as special as the box with the washi edging and twine.

Kathryn Mangelsdorf

What a lovely gift box and I like the idea of the washi tape on the top of the cellophane bag for packaging.

Julia Quinn

WOW, what a wonderful gift box, and thank you for all the fantastic instructions and attention to detail!! Awesome.

Cheryl Hamilton

Judy, your Christmas Box is adorable!! Just love everything about it! And that's a clever idea to add Washi to the top of your bag! Thanks for all the ideas!

Kathy T

Love this cookie bakers box! So cute with the cookie cutter Christmas elements. And your cookies sound so delicious and amazing!

Liz Gross

OH this is just so adorable Judy!!! Love all the elements you have created. i've never seen washi on the edge of the cello bag -genius!

Kelly Kent

This is fantastic Judy - what a perfect Christmas gift!!! Clever touch with the washi on your biscuit wrapping! Love it! Kelly x

Rebecca S

Oh gorgeous!! Love the box, it's so cute!! I do love the colour combo of crumb cake and real red.





Debbie Speijers

Oh Judy, this is just so gorgeous and cute! Those biscuits look really yummy! My hubby is Dutch and we love, love Speculaas!

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