Sunday, September 6, 2015

Milk Chocolate Carton

This week's challenge for Cutting Cafe is all about milk cartons. The design team was challenged to use one of these 3 files:

I needed a goodie box to fill for a friend and wanted to keep it neutral, so went with a milk chocolate colored cardstock to create the Plain Milk Carton.

I covered the main part of the box with glittered chocolate dotted paper from Michael's and the top with a chocolate grid paper from My Mind's Eye. I added the taupe ribbon and then thought it needed a little something, so pulled out some VERY old rub ons I had from SU!. The clasp at the top to keep the box closed is also from SU! and older than the rub ons.
Now all I need to do is fill it with....chocolate! 

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  1. debbie you took this PLAIN milk carton to the papers you used..its all in the papers and the vision...

  2. Geeez, that's adorable! I don't know what it is about dots that make me drool, but they look incredible on this carton. You did an amazing job with this. The bows are so earthy and fabulous too!
    Big hugs,
    Lisa x

  3. How fun, reminds me of chocolate milk..Yum...Krista

  4. Beautiful with the crinkled ribbon! Love.

  5. This is so cute! I also love the kraft paper with the clip and ribbon at the top.

  6. Fantastic carton Debbie! I'm a polka dot lover so this just makes me happy.