Martha, you're the winner of the "Honey Bunny" assortment of stamps!!! Please email me at email@example.com with your address, and I'll send the stamps right out to you!!! For the rest of you...I'm getting ready to do another giveaway...hopefully by the end of today. In the meantime...here's a quick project you can try:
All it requires is a piece of paper 2" x 6-1/2". Score it at the following intervals: 1/4", 1-1/4" and 2-1/2". The 1-1/4" section will be the bottom. Fold along the score lines...and punch out a hole at the top fold. You can use any shape Marvy yellow punch (you'll be punching through 2 layers of paper):
Use double stick tape along the 1/4" tab to form the "box". Glue the top portion of the box together...from the top fold until around the center of the punched out area. Now stamp, cut and color an image and let it dangle in the punched out area. You can use either a jump ring, cord or thread. I also used a 1/8 " hole punch to make holes in the box and the stamped image. Tape a piece of candy to the bottom (I used Hershey's nuggets)...and decorate as desired. Here's a side view of the candy in the box:
Stamps used: #1204 (Chick With Tulip) and #1210 (Happy Easter). Here's one for Girls' Day:
Stamps used: #1013 (Japanese Girl) and #1027 (Happy Girl's Day).