If you arrived from Jen Patrick’s site you are on the right track for our Wicked Blog Hop

I am so excited about our new Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge!!! I only have the personal 6” cricut but I feel an upgrade coming on…

If you would like the quick and easy instructions on making this treat bag they are listed below.  Or you can hop on over to Annette Green’s blog.

I used Sunset Cardstock cut at 6 x 12 load the mat and see design you choose on page 23 the great gift bag.  Make sure you select Font layer button along with shift button which is how you get the grayed out design.  I set mine at 5 1/2; it will cut and score everything for you.  This is so fun!

Using black ink start stamping your box, this needs to be done before you fold.

When stamping border up top I masked it to be able to center design on each side.

I then folded scored area so I could center my saying.

I then used black ink and a sponge to brush all edges.

Then fold and tape, I used glue dots on the small side fold that hold it together so I could put lots of candy in it. 

I wanted to use my shredder and some of our cool new papers to create fill for it but my shredder is shot so use your imagination!

11 Responses to “Wicked”

  1. Amy McVey says:

    Very cute! Thanks for the tutorial.

  2. Susan Brooks says:

    Very cute project!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Love this bag! I can not wait to get my cartridge!!!

  4. Melinda says:

    Love this project! I cut one out but have not put it together yet. Now I have to go back and finish it.

  5. Haley D. says:

    Wickedly sweet treats!

  6. nikka geers says:

    its so cute when its tiny. love that you are showing that you can still use it with the baby bug

  7. Peggy Lee says:

    whooo I can’t wait to play with the new cartridge, love your bag!!!

    Peggy Lee
    (Creative Scraps)

  8. Krista says:


  9. Terrie says:

    I am going to have to get on the ball and order that cartridge….

  10. Kathleen Androlewicz says:

    Darling little box!! Thanks for showing us the little tutorial with your cricut!!

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