Fall Themed Milk Cartons – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project

7 Oct

Hello there!  It has been a month since I posted anything!  I am sorry for the wait!  But today I have two cute milk cartons I made for The Cutting Cafe‘s Design Team!  These will house goodies for my god children. I used the Halloween and Fall Milk Carton cutting file.  The file comes with several cut outs.  I used the leaf and the pumpkin and added acetate to the window cutout.

Fall Themed Milk Cartons

Fall Themed Milk Cartons

My god son is nine and absolutely hates glitter so I still had to bling his up, just with acrylic pieces…

My god daughter is 3 1/2 and loves glitter!  So for hers, I used glitter paper and some glittered embellishments…

Be sure to stop by the Cutting Cafe Blog and see all of the design team inspiration which we post on the 7th and 21st of each month.  Leave a comment and you will be entered into a drawing to win three free files of your choice.  The winner is randomly pulled on the next design team posting date.  Plus we love to read your comments!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Here is my video that explains thing a bit more in detail…

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2 Responses to “Fall Themed Milk Cartons – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project”

  1. regina easter October 7, 2016 at 9:23 pm #

    girl these came out so cute….love them

  2. Krista Petersen Hong October 12, 2016 at 4:25 pm #

    Your cartons are beautiful. I really like that you used the cut out piece with a clip to hold the cartons shut. I want to try that next time. Wasn’t this fun?!
    KristaH, cc team member

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