I found this idea on another blog so I cannot take the credit for it. I didn't have the dimensions so I had to make it up on my own. That took lots of trial and error but I finally came up with something that worked. I made these for each of my 3 daughters on Valentine's Day. They already received them so now I can post the pictures!
The boxes within the box are made like the 2-4-6 boxes that are so popular. Only I used Stampin' UP!'s designer paper and because it is so heavy, it worked perfectly. And to add a "valentine" look I punched the heart in the front and added a square of window sheet on the inside. Add the candy, fasten the top and it is good to go.
The image was stamped with - sorry - yet another retired stamp set. I loved these stamps when they were available and use them any chance I can get.
Besides the 2-4-6 boxes filled with candy, I also wrapped a box of gum with paper and tied a ribbon around it. The lollipops are covered on both sides with a scallop circle and heart punched designer paper. These items I tucked in around the boxes.
Supplies: From the Heart stamp set (retired) from Stampin' Up!
Pink Pirouette, Riding Hood Red, Chocolate Chip, and Shimmery White cardstock and ink. Bella Rose designer paper, Pink pirouette and Riding Hood Red ribbon, Key Tag Punch, Rhinestone Brads, Flower Fusion
More Valentine goodies tomorrow.