Cuttlebug Challenge “Sweet for My Sweet”

Welcome all!! And Thank YOU for stopping by from the Cuttlebug Challenge Blogspot Luv bug weekend.

Your word for this blog is “Fast

I invite you to go check out Alison Watson’s blog, Ali’s Stamping Haven to find your next word.

In case you’re wondering what this is all about, you’ve reached the middle of a blog hop challenge. You collect words from DT member blogs then arrange them to form a phrase then email us at with that phrase and the author and you will be entered to win fabulous prizes! It’s best you start at the beginning of the blog hop at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog to make sure that you don’t miss any words!

You have until February 2nd to complete your quote and the draw will take place on the 3rd!

Be sure to visit the Cuttlebug challenge blog all weekend as DT has special ideas and projects planned to be posted at several times during the day!

So in spirit of the Luv Bug Weekend, all the DT members on the blog hop have specially designed a Sweet for My Sweet mini-project!


I made little triangle boxes for cinnamon hearts. I took a 5×2.5” piece of cardstock and followed Beate’s instructions on making the triangle boxes. But before assembling them, just after I scored them I ran them through a different Cuttlebug folder. You can’t see the embossing that well with the Basic Grey Sultry paper but it has great texture! Each pouch fits about a dozen cinnamon hearts!

Project Composition:
Paper – Sultry (Basic Grey), Bittersweet (Basic Grey)
Stamps – Heart to Heart (Verve)
Ink – Chocolate Chip (SU), Champagne Dazzle (Versamark)
Embellishments – D’vine Swirls (CB), Heart Blocks (CB), Clear EP, Labels Two Nestabilities (Spellbinder), Chocolate Satin Ribbon

Thanks for taking the time for a pit stop here!! Have fun blog hoppin’!




77 thoughts on “Cuttlebug Challenge “Sweet for My Sweet”

  1. Thanks for posting this! I love making sour cream containers and now that I recently acquired a cuttlebug, I am excited at the possibilities!!

  2. I have made these sour cream containers before, but never thought of embossing the paper first. What a fab idea! thanks for sharing and for the word.

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