Friday, October 18, 2013

CFC #118 - Cupcake Box for Birthday Party Favors



We have a two-weeker this time ... you have additional time to create a CAS gift or treat bag that includes a tag. The talented winner will get some free product from CAS-ual Fridays Stamps, just in time for the new release!


  
 I'm hosting a Godzilla birthday party for my soon-to-be six-year-old in a few weeks. Yikes! Did you know there are no commercially-made party supplies for a Godzilla party? A Silhouette really comes in handy for situations like this. I used the cupcake monster box cut file to make a fun party favor.
   

The tag uses the funky round tag die that was just released from CAS-ual Fridays Stamps, the circles and "thanks" from Big Thanks, and "dude" from Rad. 


 I'm still a little on the fence about mass-producing these because it did take me quite a bit of time, and we're having 20+ kids, but I do think it's rather cute. And a good way to pass out favors and say "thanks" at the end of the party.
  
Stop by CAS-ual Fridays to see the other awesome creations from the design team, or to submit your own creation. 

Thanks so much for looking! 
-Kelly

19 comments:

  1. Oh Kelly this it way too cute! Love it! Maybe you could get some helpers to help you mass-produce this fun box! Love the mouth window!

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  2. Oh. My. Word. These kids are going to go CRAZY for this! Love the teeth!

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  3. Just like your monster, my mouth is wide open too. This is fabulous! The body paper looks like like a it might have been a lovely soft print, but in this context it is completely disguised as monster skin. (Love how you ALWAYS see past the obvious.) The teeth, arms, and eyes are perfect. (You might even consider selling this cut file. I bet you would have lots of takers.) I can't help but feel sorry for your kids. The rest of the world must seem very bland to them!

    Thanks again for sharing your genius, and playing cheer leader for the rest of us.

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  4. Dude this is awesome! I love this! SO CUTE!!!! I'm thinking on the mass production front that if you do it assembly line it might not be so bad?

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  5. The kiddos are going to LOVE this one Kelly!! Very cute and as always brilliantly executed!

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  6. Oh my goodness - this boxs made me laugh out loud! - I agree - you'd really lose your enthusiasm trying to make 20 of these cuties!! maybe just print your photo of it and slap it on a gift bag??!!! LOL!!

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  7. Awww love this! I wish I live closer so I could help you put this together, they are so adorable! What a wonderful mom you are! TFS

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  8. Super fun, super cute, but I would not mass produce these - I can see how much work it was.....But for one - clearly worth the effort!

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  9. Oh WOW, Kelly ... this is beyond brilliant ... so cute and fun! Get helpers ... the kids will love them!! Anita :)

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  10. You did an amazing job in putting this package together! Love it so much!

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  11. OMG! LOVE!!!!! you did an amazing job on this! how totally creative!

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  12. Only YOU Kelly! Only You could make something so unique, so cool, so "put together" and so out of the box...although completely "in" in this case ;o)

    BravO! This is amazing! You are amazing!!

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  13. FABulous treat boxes Kelly - these would make amazing packaging "cookie monsters" for Christmas gifts!!

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  14. Oh, this is fantastic. I think 22 of them lined up would be quite a sight and make a monstrously cool statement.

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  15. Dude--this is really cute! Sort of reminds me of the Japanese character "Domo" but a little more fierce! You always engineer the coolest paper crafts!

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  16. Great and interesting idea you have shared. I love this. catering services in Singapore.

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I absolutely love reading comments. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave one! - Kelly