8.21.2016

Lawn Fawn Intro: Scalloped Treat Box, Put a Bow on It


Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn's Fall/Winter 2016 Inspiration and Release Week! We are just so excited about this week! We are featuring 4 stamp sets, 7 standalone dies, 2 new ink pads with reinkers and our Perfectly Plaid Fall collection!
All of our Fall/Winter 2016 products will be available on August 25th! Until then we will have fun posts with design team projects, intro videos with Kelly, and giveaways!

We already have three places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Our Jump for Joy, Leafy Tree Backdrops post!!
Our Happy Howloween, Stitched Tree Borders post!!
AND today's post too! :)

Today is our showcase of Scalloped Treat Box, the latest in our 3D Lawn Cuts series! We will also highlight Put a Bow on It, a die set that makes adorable bows in three sizes to add to gift packages, cards and craft projects!
The design team has made the most amazing samples!
We also have a little video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these Lawn Cuts dies!

Remember to click on the person's name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!


 The cute little ghost from Booyah looks adorable peeking through the window of Yainea's adorable Scalloped Treat Box design! She cut the window using a Just For You Labels coordinating die and covered it with acetate. I love how she filled the treat boxes with colorful candy!


Let's Polka in the Dark paper and Stitched Tree Borders provide the perfect spooky backdrop for Chari's cute Spooktacular decorated Scalloped Treat Box! She finished the design with a fun star-shaped tag from Tiny Tags!


Elena dressed up her adorable Scalloped Treat Box for Fall using Jump for Joy, Small Stitched Leaves and Perfectly Plaid Fall papers! So sweet!

 Lizzy's watermelon Scalloped Treat Box design is adorable! She created the box from Guava cardstock and added a strip of Let's Polka in the Meadow paper to the bottom. The finishing touch is a cute tag from Tiny Tags with a Tiny Tag Sayings greeting! So cute!


 Elise's beautiful and festive holiday card features a pretty Put a Bow on It bow die cut from Perfectly Plaid Winter! I love how she created her fun greeting by combining Scripty Wishes in Narwhal cardstock with a sentiment from Merry Messages stamped in Narwhal ink!

 I love how Lizzy used Put a Bow on It  and Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper to add a decorative touch these cute place-cards! She stamped out the names using Violet's ABCs!


 The smallest Put a Bow on It bow looks adorable on this heart shaped tag from our new Tiny Tags Lawn Cuts set! I love how Chari arranged the tags in a grid pattern and added the sweet message from Tiny Tag Sayings!

 Melissa M. created a fun Scalloped Treat Box with Apple Cobbler paper from Perfectly Plaid Fall and arranged a cute Jump for Joy scene!

Perfectly Plaid Fall paper and a sweet basket of apples from Thanks a Bushel decorate Melissa S's Scalloped Treat Box. I love how she added the sentiment on a kraft tag!

 Nicole made a set of Scalloped Treat Boxes in different Perfectly Plaid Fall patterns. I love how she used the smallest bow from Put a Bow on It, they look adorable!

 Lynnette created her Scalloped Treat Box using Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper. Add a cute Tiny Tag and a small Put a Bow on It bow and it's ready to be filled with a sweet gift!


Audrey chose Perfectly Plaid Christmas Rudolph paper as the backdrop for the sweet Thanks a Bushel image! The scalloped tag from Tiny Tags and Stitched Scalloped Border in kraft add cute detail to this fresh Scalloped Treat Box design!

Latisha added some Halloween fun to her Scalloped Treat Box with Put a Bow on It bow and a tag stamped with images from Plan on It: Holidays!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Scalloped Treat Box in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or at our YouTube channel.
Thank you for watching!



And here's a video showing Put a Bow on It in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or at our YouTube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!



I hope you have enjoyed this look at Scalloped Treat Box and Put a Bow on It! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it's giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us how you would fill the Scalloped Treat Box by August 24th at 5:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner for Put a Bow on It! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Monday August 22th for our next inspiration week post!
Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration and release week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys! :)
Scalloped Treat Box - available August 25
Put a Bow On It - available August 25
Thanks a Bushel - available August 25
Jump for Joy - available August 25
Merry Messages - available August 25
Plan On It: Holidays - available August 25
Tiny Tags - available August 25
Tiny Tag Sayings - available August 25
Stitched Tree Borders - available August 25
Scripty Wishes - available August 25
Dotted Rectangle Stackables - available August 25
Dotted Circle Stackables - available August 25
Perfectly Plaid Fall - available August 25
Perfectly Plaid Winter - available August 25
Perfectly Plaid Christmas - available August 25
Narwhal Cardstock - available August 25
Narwhal Ink Pad - available August 25
Storm Cloud Ink Pad - available August 25




Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

411 comments:

  1. With skittles or maybe those candy hearts. Jellybeans are also cool!

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  2. Some fab inspiration! I would fill them with some homemade truffles and maybe try to fit in a couple of miniature crafty goodies (tube of glitter/pack of gems/washi tape?). I think they'd be fab little presents to give my crafting pals:)

    Laura K x

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  3. Love the new box ❤️ I would fill it with small homemade ghostshaped cookies. I think this would be the perfect little treat for Halloween πŸ‘»

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  4. Love love love the scalloped treat box ... anything chocolate would be perfect inside it! Anita :)

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  5. I would fill the treat box with so many different things - candy corn or m&ms for my niece and nephew, maybe a nail varnish for my sister or handmade fudge. So much potential!

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  6. Oh WOW! I love these ... they're so cute and fun for parties. ❤️

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  7. I love the adorable boxes and the bow s perfect!!! I think they would be perfect for treat boxes for the upcoming holiday season!!

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  8. Adorable boxes and I really like put a bow on it set. I would fill them with chocolate.

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  9. So much cuteness! Love these treat boxes and bows, I would fill one up with candy corn! Yum.

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  10. OMG...these little boxes are SOOOO adorable!!!!!

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  11. oooooh those boxes....
    love them!
    I will fill them with mints!
    or popcorn, when you take someone as a gift to the movies! so cute!
    liefs,
    denise

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  12. So adorable!! Love the treat box and I would love it to put small embellishments in and give to a crafty friend.

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  13. Mini decorated cookies, perfect size for a mini cookie gift box, with coordinating theme/design. I adore cute packaging! (Andpotts at yahoo dot com)

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  14. I would fill the treat boxes up with Fruchocs, a South Australian sweet.

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  15. I'd fill the box with peanut butter cups for my hubby and kiddos

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  16. I would fill the cute box with a candy called Toms Guldkarameller :-)

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  17. Love the boxes and bows! Would fill it with treats for my grandchildren. Healthy ones of course. Hahaha!

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  18. So cute! I would fill them with homemade marshmallows!

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  19. I just love this treat box! I would fill it with mini Oreos for my grandson :)

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  20. I is so cute I will fill it with candy

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  21. So cute! I would fill with Jelly Belly jelly beans! Thank you for the giveaway. 😊

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  22. OH my!! Those are so neat!! I would use those for all types of things--like birthday party favors!! class favors!! Loving this so much!

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  23. The little treat box is so cute! I would fill it up with gift cards and candy for the kids at Christmas.

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  24. So cute. I didn't think I needed this one but now... Perfect for gift cards.

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  25. Love the box. I will be making them for Christmas and i am going to put in chocolate coins!!

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  26. Oh, these are too cute! I would love to put some fudge in them for my neighbors for Christmas.

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  27. So adorable!!! Love all of the fantastic projects!! I would fill the scalloped treat box with maple candies for a baby shower.

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  28. So adorable! Everything is getting me into the fall spirit. Especially love the scalloped box!

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  29. Ohhhh! I love little treat boxes! I would put some baked goodies in these for my daughter's teachers or my husband's co-workers!

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  30. Very cute! I would definitely put some candy it the box.

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  31. Oh such a cute box! Perfect for holiday treats!

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  32. Love these - just the right size to fill with Dove Chocolates!
    Kirsten B in MN

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  33. Cute! So many things to fill them with - I would love to make the weiner dog bog and fill with dog treats! :)

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  34. I would fill it with a lip balm and a gift card for a small teacher gift!

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  35. I think they would make the perfect goodie bags for birthday parties!

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  36. I would use the treat box for Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine's Day. They would contain peanut butter cups in October, LIndor balls in December, and a window showing red, pink, and white M&Ms in February.

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  37. I love the "pillow box" for gift cards. The bow is so simple and really dresses up the die cut.

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  38. Those gift boxes are all so amazing. They would be great to fill up with candy for little teacher gifts. The little bow die is beyond cute and so versatile.

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  39. So much fabulous inspiration! I would fill the treat box with Hershey kisses for my MIL :)

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  40. I would use this little treat box as shower gifts for my DIL's baby shower. It is a boy but she doesn't know yet!!

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  41. Oh, looove these!! So cute!
    I would certainly put some candies in the treat box! Though, I would also use it for sweet little gifts as well...maybe some jewelry or homemade soap, etc. I have to say, the possibilities would be endless! ;)

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  42. Chocolate. As much as would fit! The bows are so cute, lots of ways to use them.

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  43. Very cute boxes and bows! For fall I'd fill it with candy corn and little pumpkins!

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  44. I love the projects! I would fill the boxes with Hershey Kisses and mini peanut butter cups! If I knew someone's favorite candy though, I would use that instead. Like I have a friend who doesn't like chocolate so I would put Pearson's Nut Rolls (mini) in hers.

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  45. Love the boxes and bows! I would use the treat boxes for birthday goody 'bags'. You can fill them with match box cars, and jewelry, stickers, even a few crayons!!

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  46. Wow today's projects are full of great inspiration for both the Scalloped Treat Box and Put a Bow on It. The treat box would be full of candy treats for birthday guests, little trinkets for shower game prizes and surprise gifts from Santa for Christmas. They would be a great alternate for money gifts than the usual money card.
    I also love the bowtie dies. We are having a bowtie party in December and these would be perfect.
    DebbieC

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  47. I love your projects! They are really inspiring and cute. I definitely would fill the treat box with handmade cookies. mmmh :)

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  48. I think that the new gift bag would be great to fill with gift cards and candy. Or maybe tiny cookies.

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  49. I absolutely love the put a bow on it and the scalloped treat box! I would fill the box with M&M's or maybe peanuts.

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  50. I would fill the scalloped treat box with homemade candies at Christmas time!

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  51. I love the new scalloped great box die!!! There are so many things I could use it for, but I think one fun one would be for Christmas advent calendars!!!

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  52. Love these new dies! I would put M&Ms in the treat box. :)

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  53. I would have to agree - anything chocolate would be a winner in the super cute box :)

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  54. i'd fill it with chocolate!

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  55. Wow! All of these sample projects are super cute!!! So many possibilities for filling that treat box---candies, trail mix, embellishments for crafty friends, etc. Love it!!!

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  56. Completely crushing over the treat box; they'd be fabulous to make gifts (at several points during the year...beginning of school, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Christmas....) for my niece's Gr. 1 class (all 60 students...I know...crazy huge!) and her teachers. I'd fill them with a couple of small-sized sweet treats, and a couple of school themed items...a wee notebook and pencil come to mind. Fantastic inspiration from the team!
    ~carol

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  57. Darling projects! Love the treat box!! How would I fill it? That's an easy one.....homemade doggie treats, of course :-D

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  58. These bows and boxes could not be any cuter! I'd use the little boxes at a craft show to package the jewelry I make, and to package a giftcard for keno night with friends :) I really enjoyed the how-to video.

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  59. I like the gift card idea and I would also put some candy too.

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  60. I love these treat boxes! I would fill them with a variety of things: small crafty items, nuts, candy or a gift card.

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  61. Such adorable samples! I would fill the cute box with chocolate chip cookies that I made.

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  62. Lawn Fawn is always so thoughtful when it comes to the details! Love the stitched look on the treat box! I think I would fill it up with one-bite brownies/cookies and give it a coworker!

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  63. I adore the details on this box! I'm not that creative, I think I would just fill it with halloween candy and make a bunch as favors for my kids' halloween parties!

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  64. Such a sweet box, would be wonderful to fill it with candy!!!

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  65. Boxes 'n bows.... yes, please! Love these fun creations! I would use the boxes for the holidays when I give some homemade goodies to neighbors and friends! I made some almond bars and snowball cookies that would be perfect to put in there!

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  66. Such an adorable treat box! I think it would be fun to fill this with a gift card for Christmas. It would also be a cute gift box for a pair of handmade earrings!

    Chris L.

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  67. Such cute projects! Love that scalloped edge!

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  68. Oh my this new scalloped treat box die is awesome!!! I will fill these boxes with my decorated spritz cookies and give them to all my coworkers:) Love it!!

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  69. I would fill these boxes with Easter grass and gift cards!

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  70. I just love those scalloped gift boxes, would make great gifts for Teachers.

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  71. I've got a birthday to plan for the end of next month so I would definitely use them as party favor boxes with little surprises for all the kids to take home.

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  72. There is some serious cuteness in here!! OMG! I absolutely love the treat boxes!The bows are so sweet!
    I would fill teh treat boxes with tons of candy like..Jolly Ranchers, M & M's, Toootie Roll Pops, and some gum..I especially love Bazooka!!

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  73. I love all of those treat boxes!! They'd be great for class treats! I'd fill them with Halloween themed candy.

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  74. Sooo cute! I would fill the boxes with m&ms

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  75. I would fill the boxes with Chocolates as little Valentines. 😊

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  76. I would put a window on the side with a little bag of cheddar Gold Fish showing thru and give it a nautical theme/scene! I CAN'T WAIT to get my hands on this scalloped box. Adorabl!!!

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  77. I'll fill it with washi tapes for my crafty friends! I love this scalloped box so much ! Adorable!

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  78. I would fill the boxes with Christmas cookies.

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  79. I love this! Your projects are soooo cute! I think I would fill it with chocolate!

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  80. Super cute! Would be great for gifts at Christmas or treats at Halloween! Love the plaid papers too!

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  81. What adorable treat boxes!!! I would put homemade fudge.

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  82. I would fill it with Chocolate kisses to send my niece!!

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  83. Oh, love the bows! And those treat boxes are super cute. I would probably fill mine with homemade brownies! :D

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  84. Such a cute little gift box! I would use it for little gifts such as treats, lip gloss, nail polish etc.

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  85. Such a cute little gift box! I would use it for little gifts such as treats, lip gloss, nail polish etc.

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  86. That's a cute little box! I'd fill it with Chocolates... what else?! :)

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  87. I enjoy candy corn and I have a recipe for a fun snack mix "fall harvest" that would be yummy inside that fun box!!

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  88. Squeal! So cute ... LOVE the Scalloped Treat Box, and the Bows ... Zoinks! Gonna have to get these :) I think just about everything would look cute in the Scalloped Treat Box, but I think I would first fill it with candy corns and make a Halloween box out of it! So much fun! THANK YOU Kelly Marie, Erica, and Mike for all the Lawn Fawn goodness. You all rock!

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  89. Love love love these new releases. Tfs

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  90. This is the perfect box to hold candy for any occasion!

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  91. Love the box, good gift idea

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  92. The box is so cute...I fill it with chocolates!! :)

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  93. I would fill it with cookies to give away - great release!

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  94. Oh my goodness - love the newest treat box! I am a sucker for your boxes and bags - so thoughtfully designed. I would fill mine with Werther's Originals.

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  95. They look perfect for Christmas cookies I make!!!

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  96. i love the bows and box. Great for Halloween and Christmas Treats. LOVE IT!

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  97. Those treat boxes are fabulous in plaid!! I'd have to fill them with mulled cider packets or chewy oatmeal cookies for a comfy fall sweet treat.

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  98. I'd fill with the seasonal goodies I make for sure :)

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  99. That treat box is adorable! Love all the creative ways to use it too!

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  100. I think I would fill them with Pumpkin Cookies, because fall is almost here!

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  101. There are so many things you can put in this treat box. Package a few homemade mini cookies; M & M's; jewelry; cat or dog treats; stitch markers and a tape measure for a knitter; an emergency sewing kit.

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  102. I'd love to fill one of those sweet treat boxes with chocolates. What a wonderful way to brighten someone's day!

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  103. These boxes are great for Halloween treats!! I would fill the boxes with spooky gummies like jelly eyeballs and worms :)

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  104. These little boxes and bows are so cute! I would use them to make treat boxes for my daughter's students. I've made lots of treat bags and boxes for them in the past using other Lawn Fawn products, and they love them. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  105. These little boxes are adorable!! I am thinking homemade caramels since it's fall. Love the new papers, too! Thank you

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  106. The gift boxes look amazing for teacher gifts!

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  107. That is an awesome set - I love the box and the bow together! I would fill the treat box with Smarties!

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  108. What would I fill the Scalloped Treat box with? Chocolate of course! My boys are grown, have graduated college and are out on their own, so it's just myself and my husband, oh and the dog and cat, LOL!! So my husband loves Hershey Kisses so I would put those in the Scalloped Treat box and give it to my awesome hubby. He takes care of me since I became sick two years ago so he deserves treats whenever I can give them for all he does for me :)

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  109. All of those treat boxes are perfection!

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  110. Beautiful ideas! I would fill that treat bag with chocolate.

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  111. What a great box die. Fabulous samples!

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  112. I love making little presents for co-workers so I would fill my little scalloped treat box with sweet treats like chocolates or jolly ranchers!

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  113. OH! I want this little treat box die SO MUCH! All of the DT's creations are totally adorable! I would fill that sweet little treat box with mini Milk Bone biscuits for all of my furbaby's puppy friends in the neighborhood and decorate it with your petty patterned papers and your new Happy Howloween set! I'd love to use ot for adult friends too filling it with candy corn or Reese's Pieces during Halloween and Hershey's kisses at Valentine's day and mini candy canes at Christmas! There are So many uses! I definitely must add this die to my collection at some point! It's fabulous! Thanks for the chance to win it! :)

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  114. That scalloped box is so cute and I can see it being used for so many occasions. Fill it with Kisses and Hugs.

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  115. Cute! I would fill the box with some fun candy and chocolate. Thanks for sharing!

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  116. That scalloped box is so cute and I can see it being used for so many occasions. Fill it with Kisses and Hugs.

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  117. Love the box and bow dies! I would fill the box with M&Ms. My kids would love them!

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  118. I would fill my treat boxes with gummy bears or peanut m&ms.

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  119. I love your package dies. They are such a great size for treats! I would fill the little box at Halloween with Smarties for the little kids in our neighbourhood. At Thanksgiving (October for Canada), they would make great little treat boxes at each place setting...filled with chocolate treats of course!

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  120. These awesome boxes need to be filled with fall colored M & M's

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  121. I like to give Almond Rochas as treats or peanut butter chocolates for my husband. I'd like to give Easter chocolates as well and decorate the box with the bunnies from Eggstra Special Easter would be so cute!

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  122. The treat boxes are amazing! The watermelon one is too cute. I would certainly fill it with candy!!

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  123. These dies are so great. I would fill my box with chocolates of course.

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  124. Gotta get me a Scalloped Treat Box and fill it with homemade mini heart sugar cookies that are iced all different colors!

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  125. I hope a cupcake or mini bundt cake will fit in the box. Also, shaped cookies would a nice little gift in the darling little boxes.

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  126. I just watched the video... sigh... poor wallet!! it's so amazingly cute! I MUST have these... :-)) So I would fill it with candies (like m&m's or jelly beans) of course for kids, and for adults I would put in some Lindor truffles... soo yummy!! :-)))

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  127. I'd put in some fresh baked thumbprint cookies :) or biscotti

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  128. SQUEAL!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE these ALL and the AMAZING Designs!! I'd Fill them with Snack and Presents for my Kiddos and their School Treats or for just Gifts to Give to Friends!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS RELEASE WEEK!! =)

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  129. I already have the Tote Bag which I think is my favourite die so far, but these ones... oh my. I would fill it with my homemade pralines (the one with an opening to show what's inside = wow!). My favorite to make is dark chocolate "shell" and white mint filling. I adore the new plaid papers. I need them all and the heart tag... As always, design team has nailed it again. Cudos!

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  130. Well I think the obvious answer is treats, but you have to open the box to see what kind...

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  131. They are totally cute. Love the peek-a-boo box with the acetate. Would fill with some kind of what else... chocolate!!

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  132. I would fill the box with a gift card and peppermints for a cute Christmas present

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  133. I would fill it with candy of course!!! It would make for great presents!!

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  134. I would put homemade cookie and goodies in it for Christmas presents for coworkers!!

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  135. Treats for my co-workers for Breast Cancer awareness next month(pink mom's, nail polish) and then treat boxes for all the kiddos in the family both big & small!

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  136. I'd fill that treat box this Christmas with the homemade vanilla and chocolate caramels I make every year. The secret family recipe deserves a cute, gift-giving container. :)

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  137. Awesome treat box, I would fill it with mix of nuts:-)

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  138. This boxes are impossible to resist!!! They are so creative and cute!!!

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  139. I am so inspired, thank you, Kelly!!

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  140. I like the idea of putting a gift card inside these boxes! It elevates the gift card to 3D! Thanks for the wonderful new release!

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  141. Super cute! Now I really want the scalloped box and the cute bow die.

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  142. Super cute! Now I really want the scalloped box and the cute bow die.

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  143. Love the scalloped treat box.......

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  144. These projects are positively delightful! Can't wait to see the tiny bow dies! I'm also looking forward to the stamp set that includes the basket of apples. Just too many new goodies to keep in mind and comment on now! I'm ready for the August 25th release day!

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  145. I love those scalloped boxes and they are even more fun with a window to see what is inside! I would put mini chocolate chip cookies inside :)

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  146. I would fill it with Little present or gift card.Thanks for videos and georgeus dies.

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  147. I would fill that ADORABLE box with everything from chocolate covered expresso beans to candies to embellishments for my crafty friends :-)

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  148. I would make treat boxes and put candy inside for Halloween. You can use that box for so many different things.

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  149. Cute! I can see making Halloween treat boxes for my son's friends with this.

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  150. These boxes and bows are the cutest! I'd have to fill them up with candies (maybe M&M's, my personal fave?) for my kids' teachers. First day of school is tomorrow - ack!

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  151. I would fill the scalloped treat box with girly things, like nail polish, and travel size body wash, etc. So cute for Christmas treats.

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  152. I would fill them with dog biscuits to distribute to our dog agility class members.

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  153. Such cute boxes. I would fill them with caramels.

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  154. Love these boxes, definitely going to get some for Christmas pressies! X

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  155. Been loving your you tube videos this week, can't wait for Friday, excited!! Xxx

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  156. Been sharing the heck out of you posts on Twitter ready for release day X

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  157. My Facebook feed has been full of gorgeous lawn fawn products this week :-) :-) can't wait!!

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  158. Everything looks better with a cute bow on it!

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  159. I am so in love with these treat boxes. And so much great inspiration...! I can hardly contain my excitement!

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  160. I would love to fill the scalloped box with chocolate covered almonds.

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  161. I would fill a box with Candy corn!!!

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  162. Love the bows and the gift box soooo cute.πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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  163. I love, love, love this treat box! A must have on my list. Now if I was getting this box I would love to find a piece of jewelry in it, but if I am filling it, it would probably be a gift card with some of the recipient's favorite candies.

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  164. The bows are cool and I love the scalloped box. If I was filling it I would put someone's favorite candies in there.

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  165. I would definitely use it for treat boxes for my students. I could see putting an eraser, mini pencil, and a treat in there for their birthdays.

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  166. I'd fill the box with Halloween candies. that's the next big holiday.
    The boxes are a good size. Love how they were embellished by the DT.
    Great release.
    thanks.

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  167. I love them all! The treat box would be perfect for creating party favors and filling them with goodies that match whatever party theme I have. So excited to get this once it's released!

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  168. I would fill it with homemade fudge for a treat for a friend. So cute!

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    1. These are adorable
      and I would use them
      to hold chocolate at
      our family reunion!
      Carla from Utah

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  169. I'd fill a box with treats for my best friend and her bunny :-)

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  170. I would fill it with chocolates!!!

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  171. What cute boxes! I love the beautiful colors!

    I would fill those boxes with chocolates! Mmmmm!

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  172. Lawn Fawn always makes me smile! A treat box has to have chocolate--yum.

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  173. Okay - you hit this one out of the park today! I love all of the treat boxes but this is one is my new favorite - it is fabulous! I will fill it with candy for grandkids, jewelry for daughters, I will use it for lots of things. And those bow are awesome!

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  175. I would fill it with cookies. For our church kids.

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  176. Adorable treat boxes and bows. I would fill it with trail mix for the grandkids.

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  177. Awesome release! I would probably put candy in it! That's always a favorite treat!

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  178. This little box is so sweet! I would definitely fill it with candies!

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  179. I love the little box and bows. I would fill that box with Reese's mini peanut butter cups in the fall colors!

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  180. These boxes and bows are so awesome. I know exactly what I'd would put in these boxes...My daughter is a jewellery designer and when she does Etsy shows, etc. these would be great to put the boxed jewels in. They would be beautiful for that made with metallic papers. Packaging you buy for these things can be pretty standard. These would be awesome and unique! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  181. The scalloped little treat box and put a bow on it are such adorable dies!! I love all of the design teams amazing inspiration! I would put Halloween m&ms inside! I love the festive colors and how can you go wrong with chocolate! My favorite are the peanut butter M&M's!

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  182. Adorable! I think it would be fun to put a pumpkin spice mini-lotion or candle inside.

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  183. The projects today just made me want the treat box die soooo badly. I would fill it with candy to match whatever season/holiday it is.

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  184. I would fill it with my daughter's favorite Candy, M and Ms! Thank you!!

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  185. I would love to fill the treat boxes with my boy's favorite treat...sour gummie candies!

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  186. I would fill it with my daughter's favorite Candy, M and Ms! Thank you!!

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