Sweet Centers

By | September 19, 2009

Today card is one of the ones that the Ladies will be making at Stamp Camp this coming Wednesday, 23 September 2009.  If you live in the Bella Vista, AR area and you would like to attend, contact me.  I have one spot left!


This card was inspired by Mary Fish.  The tag pulls up so that you can get to the candy without destroying the card.  Without the tag, I know that my grandchildren will be at the candy and in the process destroying the card without even knowing who the card was from (LOL).


You pull on the tag to open the back of the candy center.


Inside the card (back of front of card)


And of course, with the candy out, Rachel and Cissy had to play around with the candy.  The baby hasn't master the art of using the candy as fangs!

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  • Stamp Set:  Sweet Centers (116521)
  • Paper:  Only Orange (103827), Basic Black (102851), Old Olive (100702), Whisper White (100730)
  • Ink:  Basic Black (101179)
  • Accessories:  1 3/4 Circle Punch (112004), Scallop Circle Punch (109043), Sweet Treat Cups (116802), Old Olive Grosgrain Ribbon (111368)


15 thoughts on “Sweet Centers

  1. Joyce Spear

    Very cute card! I have the stamp set, I have the treat cups and other supplies; but my candy corn keeps disappearing. (Spooky!) When I get it all together, I’ll be making this project.

  2. lisa808

    Great idea with the slider. I wouldn’t want anyone ripping apart a card I made!

    p.s. Did you change your picture?

  3. Carol Parcell

    Great idea with the sliding tab….would not want to ruin a wonderful card…love it.

  4. Angela

    I wanted to see these pockets in action, what a cute card,& Ur grandbabies are precious!

  5. Jan

    This set is beginning to grow on me! Think I’m beginning to like the sweet centers, too!

  6. jmniffer

    I like how you can get at the candy without ruining the card. I may have to give these a try! jmniffer

  7. Rhonda Miller

    I love this set. I don’t have it yet, but it looks like it’s fun to work with. I like the idea of the slider to open so you dont have to take the card apart. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Julie A.

    I just realized I accidentally left this comment on the Blog Candy detail post. I’m sorry. I’m losing my mind:)

    Great card! Love the dispenser! I’d hate to think the card would get damaged to get to the candy:) My youngest is a candy corn connoisseur! LOL!


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