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Birthday Favor Bag Contents - Day#3

Next up is the third common thing that went into the Favor Bags and that is a candy pack. After all whats a birthday party without candies...right??

So in went these pillow candy bags filled with some yum chocolates, mint and sweet treats.







I used Studio Calico papers, Ippity Stamp (Sucks to get old), Faber Castell Markers and some glitter glue to jazz up those stamped candy sticks :D

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Comments

  1. Oh these are so pretty i liked the candy stamp... so many items went into each bag... interesting...

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  2. oh these pillow boxes are just perfect i love the way you have stamped those candy lolly's fab idea!!!the bag seems to be chock full of yummy things i loved all your preview's till now...so intrigued what's gonna come up next!!!

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  3. so so pretty!! loving all the photos!

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  4. These look AWESOME! I really want to make some of these pillow boxes, but I don't think I have a cut for them. Where did you get yours?

    Hope you will stop by to see my new projects.
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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  5. These are gorgeous, Ujjwal!! Love that lollipop image.

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  6. These treat boxes are SO adorable!!!

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  7. candy pillow boxes are awesome
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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  8. Oh wow! These look so yummy! Awesome job Ujjwal!

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  9. Very cute boxes and love the stamp

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  10. Very pretty boxes n so lovely papers !!

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  11. Cute project. Anyone would love to receive a box like this.

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  12. These boxes are way too cute. Great idea!

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  13. I am getting very inspired for my younger one's upcoming birthday.love the stamp as well as the pillow boxes.can you get me this stamp please?

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  14. Candy is always good! :) What a perfect lollipop image for these boxes! So cute, Ujjwal!

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  15. super cute! who doesn't love candy?!?!

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  16. Absolutely stunning pillow boxes, Ujjwal. Great job assemblin the treat bags for the kids. Bet the kids loved each and every thing that you've put together.

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  17. Oh! kids must have jumped out joy! Yummy candies in cute boxes! You did a fab job with order... Enjoyed all the creative projects...

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  18. Super cute & great idea for the kids!

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  19. what fun stuff to make and very cute.

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  20. Your favor bags are adorable!

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  21. How cute are these? I love them!!

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  22. These are SO CUTE! Each one has such character.

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  23. I love these! Your coloring is fabulous!

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  24. WOW. Yes, what's a party without CANDY! I LOVE THESE.

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  25. Fantastic! Love the bright colours and wonderful design!

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  26. I love these pillow boxes! They are fabulous!

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