Monday, October 1, 2012

1st Day of Christmas

Welcome to the 2012 edition of
The 12 Days of Christmas!

Are you ready for 12 days of fun? I can't wait to show you all the projects!
Each day I will show you one or two pictures of the project and give you an explanation of what it is. On October 12th, if you'd like more information, you can purchase the entire tutorial which includes additional color photos, cutting measurements, and directions for completing all 12 Days of Christmas.

Day 1
Treat Triangles
A super fun and simple way to present a small candy or chocolate to friends, teachers or coworkers.
As in previous years, no detailed descriptions will be given in the postings.  The complete tutorial of all 12 days will be released on the 12th of October.  And just like the previous 4 years the cost will be $12.95... for all 12 projects!
Also, the 2008, 2009, 2010, & 2011 editions will still be available - they are not being discontinued.


  1. You are amazing! This is so cute, I can not wait to see what else you have for your 12 days of Christmas.

  2. So very very cute!! I love those chocolates and most definitely the boxes you made for them! Definitely getting these tutorials:)

  3. Over the top cute, cute, cute! Your creative brain.... can I borrow it please? Love your work as always, Becky. Thanks so much for sharing and can't wait until the 12th!

  4. mmmmmm! Chocolate and CUTE! You come up with the most adorable packaging.

  5. Hi Becky...can hardly wait until the 12th so I can order the 2012 bundle. I've ordered other years and love, love, love them! This box is fabulous! I love giving gifts like this because one little candy on its own looks cheap, but in this box...great! We can affort to give these little gifts to people we'd like to acknowledge without them feeling they have to give back to us, and couldn't afford to do so before. Love you. God bless.

  6. Someone had their smarty pants on! So darling!!!

  7. Merry...Merry...Merry!!! Clever Display...Elegant Look too!!!

  8. I'm in love with this! What an elegant (or cute depending on the paper) idea!