Saturday, 14 February 2009

Double cupcake box!



Click on image for dimensions :D

14 comments:

  1. Looks too good to eat ! Gorg!!

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  2. I bet you were really good at maths at school...

    ;o)

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  3. You are a machine woman! LOL. Do you teach people? You should you are so good at all types of craft!

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  4. Fab tutorial, thanks so much for sharing. My cupcakes just get stuck in a tin or a hat box, so I'll have to have a go at this one day. :)

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  5. Absolutely fab!! I feel inspired to have a go myself :D xxx

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  6. These a fabby , Love them and now i want cake !!!

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  7. This is so great!! Thank you for sharing.

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  8. Yay! I finally found a double cupcake box, but I don't understand the dimensions for the double. I don't understand what you mean by adding a main body. Since I'm a visual person, would I be out of line by asking for a diagram for the exact markings for a double box, please????? Thank you for your consideration. My e-mail is delipa@hotmail.com. I love the items you've made. Hope to see more too.

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  9. These boxes are so darn cute! I put Bakerella's cupcake bites in them and they were super adorable gifts!!! thanks for your wonderful ideas that you share.

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  10. Amazing! Your blog just blows me away with all the amazing things you share! WOWza! :O)

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  11. Wow, these are gorgeous.
    I'm going to attempt making some now!!
    You are so gifted, thank you for sharing your amazing ideas.

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  12. I am confused about how to make the double box.What do you mean add main body?
    Thanks Gina

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  13. Beautiful box and yummy looking cupcakes!

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  14. This is a very clever box idea. I made the double version for a dear friend's birthday and it was a real hit with my papercrafting friends. Thanks so much for the diagram and instructions.

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