I am showing you a new box called Slice. It's perfect for any type of fruity gifts you give throughout the year. I made some fruit chews (recipe at the end of the post) to place in my box today; in fact, I'll be packaging these chews up to send with Cody's friends and family attending his birthday party this weekend.
I cut the Slice template (at 80%) with papers from Grammy's Pretty Patterns papers; the All Tied Up Rectangle cut file was used to wrap around the cello bag. You can see that I changed the size of that shape dramatically; it's so easy to do. I just added some ribbon and tied it off with a button and twine to make it a little prettier. The sentiment and image are from Tooty Fruity and Tooty Fruity sentiments stamp sets. The watermelon was colored in PSE9 and then I used the print and cut feature of my Cameo to cut it out.
Here are the other designers featuring the Slice template:
Here are the designers featuring Grammy's Sewing Kit:
Lauren also has some fun stuff to show you, she's using this month's Cut Files. You don't want to miss her post!
Here is the recipe for the Jell-O Fruit Chews. I've recently seen a few more recipes that use fruit juice concentrate or fruit juice, so if you want a healthier alternative, be sure to look for those. Enjoy!