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10 comments

  1. I love the big Cadbury eggs and the black jelly beans (I know a lot of people don’t like licorice but it has special childhood connections for me and I LOVE it!) However one year they came out with the Terry’s oranges shaped like eggs and since I love the dark ones I was thrilled! Never saw them again though:(

    I think using this as packaging for jelly beans or little chocolate eggs is a fantastic idea!

  2. Is there a tutorial for the above anywhere?

    1. Hi Ang, For these boxes first adhere the tab to the other end forming a tube. Then, pinch the top together matching up the rounded edges. Then, pinch the other end together going the opposite direction and glue it closed. Here is a tutorial for a similar shape that includes photos that might help. πŸ™‚ http://blog.silhouetteamerica.com/2012/02/free-shape-of-week_14.html

  3. Can you share what is the font used for the name Olivia? Thanks.

  4. Cute basket! My favorite Easter treat is the cartons of chocolate-covered marshmallow eggs. And spice jelly beans. πŸ™‚

  5. Cadbury’s for sure! πŸ™‚ Cute!

  6. I love reese’s peanut butter eggs! My daughters would love these baskets! I have an Olivia too… what font was used?

  7. How the heck do you put these together? I just cut them out and am ready to assemble and can’t figure it out. Help please!

    1. For these boxes first adhere the tab to the other end forming a tube. Then, pinch the top together matching up the rounded edges. Then, pinch the other end together going the opposite direction and glue it closed. Here is a tutorial for a similar shape that includes photos that might help. πŸ™‚ http://blog.silhouetteamerica.com/2012/02/free-shape-of-week_14.html

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