Friday, March 23, 2012

Candy Dispensers

Every stampin' event needs a little chocolate, right? I found the pattern for these darling little candy dispensers HERE and knew instantly I needed one for each table.


Edited To Add: I've corrected the link so it goes to the exact page.


They are pretty tiny, only about 2-3/4" tall. I haven't filled them full yet, but I'm guessing each one will take about 1 cup of M&M's...I better take refills. * Ü*


The Stampin' Up! logo is from the free set we received at convention last year, Workshop Words. It is stamped in Early Espresso and is very clear and pretty - but not so much in these photos, sorry.

Still loving the Sale-a-bration paper, Everyday Enchantment!! I'm not ready fro it to leave! Only 9 days left to place your $50 order to get a free product. The Designer Series Paper and the Brad & Ribbon pack on these projects are both free choices!

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21 comments :

  1. These are Adorable!!! What a great idea... you always come up with the best ever ideas! thanks so much for sharing your talent. hugs.

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  2. These are really cute! I couldn't find the pattern on the site provided. What catagory is it under? I envision these for my grandchildren with Easter bunnies on them!

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  3. VERY cute, Becky! I've seen these as tea bag holders but candy is always better! ;-)

    I still can't see where you found them on the link.
    It just shows a bunch of digital scrapbooking supplies.
    Can you help?
    TFS!

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  4. BECKY! these are so cute. Oh my what you can do. Keep on inspiring us! :)

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  5. What a great idea, Becky! I made the tea bag one last month with my class...will have to try this one! but I am having trouble finding the templates as well, even with your change in link..I will keep looking though! Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  6. Where might I find the instructions on that site?

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  7. I love this, but I can't seem to find the template from the site. Can you help me in locating it? Kayleen - kayleengc@att.net

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  8. These are way too cute Becky!! What a clever way to dispense candies at your workshop! This is a detail that the ladies will for sure remember about you! Either keep these for future classes, or perhaps a door prize? What fun!!!

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  9. i with the rest of the chicks no luck finding the template on the site help these are to cute.

    wheatley_jan@hotmail.com

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  10. Aw, those are gorgeous!! And, that's my template from my store at The Digichick!! You are making me GIDDY with excitement over all the interest in my store! :) Thank you so much for playing with my template!! You make it look GORGEOUS!!

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  11. Very cute! Makes me want some candy now! LOL!

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  12. Oh my gosh, these are so stinkin' cute! EVERY craft table in America needs these!

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  13. Becky---Unlike the others, I did find the template (http://www.thedigichick.com/shop/Candy-Dispenser-Template-Set.html)--just go to their site and search candy dispenser-HTH!!! Am I correct in assuming that the little "pocket" stays open? It doesn't seem to close well---? And, what the heck is the little box for---and where did you place it? Is it just for stability on the inside? Geesh-it shouldn't be hard but it's beyond my two operating brain cells today!Thanks! Blessings, Sharon
    sentbysharon@aol.com

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  14. Im with you sharon i couldnt work out if it stays open or what but i had trouble too.

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  15. The little dispensing part of the project stays open. It doesn not open and close. Also, she has a seperate wrap around thing in the pattern that I did not use. I only used the box.

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  16. Becky, these are so stinkin' cute. I can't wait to make one. Thank You for sharing with us. I'm putting a link on my blog so others can see what you have done.

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  17. Hi Becky! I just bought this and tried to print it out...UGH!!! It's far too small and I can't adjust any of the printer options to make it larger and have the entire project print. Help please!!! No response from the seller - *sad face*

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  18. Hello Becky!
    What a great idea!
    It ist sooo cute - WHAM!
    Thank you so much for sharing!
    Lots of greetings!
    Nicola

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  19. Hi Becky, I want to make the dispenser, but I can not buy the template. can you please, please help me. Where can I buy the template? when I click the link I get this message "
    Access denied!
    You are not allowed to access resource That!

    Id: 33 "

    I have no cutting machine, but I want to follow the lines of the template. Thanks for your help!

    Iris

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  20. Iris, See if this works, http://kelleighratzlaff.com/headline/how-to-create-an-adorable-christmas-themed-candy-dispenser/ Becky

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