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Thanksgiving – Team Stamp It Blog Hop


Hello there and welcome back for the Stamp It Group’s blog hop ~ Thanksgiving!

Today I’m sharing my non traditional Thanksgiving card and blessing mix.  The blessing mix is something that I make each year to give to family, friends, and neighbors.  This year I made a little box that is very quick and easy.  This little box is perfect for any occasion even classroom gifts if you have elementary aged kids.







Blessing Mix

The Bugles are a symbol of the Cornucopia,

a horn of plenty.

The Pretzels represent arms folded in

Thanks & Prayer.

The Candy Corn reminds us that during the

first winter, the pilgrims were allowed only

five kernels of corn per day because the

food was scarce.

The Fruit is a reminder that Thanksgiving is

the celebration of the harvest.

The Peanuts represent seeds, the potential of

the bounteous harvest of the next season if

they are planted & well-tended.


  1. Cut Rich Razzleberry cardstock measuring 5” x 8-1/2”.
  2. Cut Petals & Paisleys Specialty DSP measuring 2” x 9”
  3. Score the cardstock and DSP the same at 1-1/2”, 4″, 5-1/2″ and 8″.  The cardstock will be turned 90 degrees and then scored at 1-1/2” (see template below).
  4. Fold on all the score lines. Cardstock piece will be cut up to score lines (see template below).
  5. Add Tear & Tape to the two large tabs on the bottom of the box.

Template:  treat-box



Thanks for stopping by! I hope you will continue the rest of the way around our hop!


1. Tami White
2. Linda Cullen
3. Rachael Rife
4. Julie DeGuia
5. Pam Nichols
6. Oksana Semenska
7. Charlene Luks
8. Teresa Howe
9. Lori Mueller
10. Liz Miller
11. Gianna Melone-Sardella
12. Bobbie Crouch
13. Sheri Meyer


GOTTA HAVE IT?  Please click on the Stampin’ Up! product images below for more details and easy, on-line shopping.  A printable supply list is available as well!









49 thoughts on “Thanksgiving – Team Stamp It Blog Hop”

  1. Very creative and love the little box. Just goes to show that you don’t necessarily need to be traditional for the holidays. A great “out of the box” idea!

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  2. #stampitcontest
    Love your creations! I really like the little meaning behind your blessing mix……….great idea & wonderful thought.


  3. Awesome card & box. Love the Blessing. Thank you for sharing your techniques and for this giveaway. #stampinitcontest


  4. #stampitcontest
    What a neat idea! Love the color combinations, the mix and the poem!! I have never heard the meaning quite like that.. Thanks so much for sharing it all with us!!


  5. #stampitcontest
    Sweet treats in your recipe mix of symbolism and a reminder of the spirit of a true Thanksgiving celebration. Love your choice of colors in this design.


  6. I love how each item represents something specific. Very thoughtful, and educational for children! I’ll certainly be borrowing this idea. Thank you!! #stampitcontest


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