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Old 12-09-2006, 07:30 AM   #201
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Has anyone ever used anything other than a nugget in these? What other kind of candy can you buy to put in these? Has anyone every used something different?
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I guess you could put tags for wrapping in them. You could label them per occasion or holiday??
I have tags and wrapping on the brain, I am doing a wrap it/tag it class tomorrow. LOL
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Chris, I can't thank you enough for all of your work. How great of you to share with us.

I have just spent two weekends making all sizes with my grandchildren to give as little gifts for teachers, friends, etc. Although some are not perfect (the younger children don't cut too straight), we have all had a little merrier Christmas early because of your generosity.

God Bless you and have a very Merry Christmas.
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Wow! I am so impressed! These are just the cutest things! I was headed for bed, but now my scraproom is calling me! Thanks for all your hard work and for sharing those "sweet" templates with us all!

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You are sooo awesome! Thank you for taking the time and sharing!!
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These are so cute. I can't find nuggets in the stores around here. Where do you buy yours?
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These are so cute. I can't find nuggets in the stores around here. Where do you buy yours?
They should be available just about anywhere - I get them at Target, Walmart, any grocery store, wherever! They come in bags and are found in the aisle where all of the bagged candy is sold. I've heard that our Canadian friends can't get them north of the border, but they're widely available in the U.S.

There are also Truffle Nuggets, which are the same size as regular nuggets and will fit these boxes. The Treasures, however, are larger than nuggets and do not fit.
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These are so cute. I can't find nuggets in the stores around here. Where do you buy yours?
Marsha,
I have a hard time finding them around here. for some reason my grocery stores don't have them. I have found them at my local Rite-Aid store.
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They should be available just about anywhere - I get them at Target, Walmart, any grocery store, wherever! They come in bags and are found in the aisle where all of the bagged candy is sold. I've heard that our Canadian friends can't get them north of the border, but they're widely available in the U.S.

There are also Truffle Nuggets, which are the same size as regular nuggets and will fit these boxes. The Treasures, however, are larger than nuggets and do not fit.
Actually I have used the Treasures and like the way they fit. I haven't tried the larger boxes thought with them!
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They should be available just about anywhere - I get them at Target, Walmart, any grocery store, wherever! They come in bags and are found in the aisle where all of the bagged candy is sold. I've heard that our Canadian friends can't get them north of the border, but they're widely available in the U.S.

There are also Truffle Nuggets, which are the same size as regular nuggets and will fit these boxes. The Treasures, however, are larger than nuggets and do not fit.

Actually I am in S.W. Ontario and I am able to get the Nuggets in Walmart or Zellers quite easily. Unfortunately (or fortunately since I would eat them all...) I haven't found the Truffle ones....mmmm they sound great!!!
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I'm from Calgary, AB, and I'm going to go on a nugget hunt! I'll try walmart and hope they sell them here too!
Thanks so much for the PDF's I can't wait to try making a box!
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Actually I have used the Treasures and like the way they fit. I haven't tried the larger boxes thought with them!
I was just gonna post about these too.
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So, is anyone else confused about how to find the various sized templates in this topic? I have a solution! Our friendly moderator, Kim, has kindly modified the first post in this topic for me yet again. Now you can look there to see a 'road map' to the templates. Thanks Kim!
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WOW!!! This is so great. Thanks for all the hard work.
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Okay, this should be the last of them! I've had several requests for the measurements for boxes that will hold 9 nuggets per row. Here they are! Any longer and they can't be made from 12x12 paper. Read carefully - some of these pages are shrunken to print on 8.5 by 11 paper for reference, but you'll need to use the printed measurements and 12x12 to actually make them.

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Hi the 3 x 9 is coming up with an error can you email me the template khunter@vic.chariot.net.au

thanks heaps in advance
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What a great job you did on the templates! Thanks to you I learned how to make these Boxes in no time. Awesome!!!!
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Chris, Hi tried to open the plans for the nugget boxes, I have adobe #7 and when I click on the attachment it's not working. Do you have any other ideas that you could share with me? Thanks so much Carol

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Thanks for the templates. I am going to attempt my first nugget boxes this week. One question though. In the tutorial for the box portion it just said to fold and attach the short sides first. So do you fold the short sides over onto the sticky strip then attach the flaps to the long sides before folding the long sides over? I'm missing the part about what to do with the flaps. Thanks so much!!
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Couple of questions as I am going to be making 30 of these for my daughter's class. Is it sturdy if you use paper or is cardstock a must? Also what type of adhesive works best?
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For small sizes, you can get away with paper. I find that for boxes more than four nuggets long, I prefer the bottom of the box to be made from cardstock.

The box top can be made from paper even for fairly large sizes, but even so, anything larger than about five nuggets long, I would use cardstock for the box top as well. I would use cardstock for the box top on all of the three across patterns, personally.

For adhesive, I use Sticky Strip for the box tops regardless of size. I use Sticky Strip for the bottoms on all but the smallest sizes.
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For small sizes, you can get away with paper. I find that for boxes more than four nuggets long, I prefer the bottom of the box to be made from cardstock.

The box top can be made from paper even for fairly large sizes, but even so, anything larger than about five nuggets long, I would use cardstock for the box top as well. I would use cardstock for the box top on all of the three across patterns, personally.

For adhesive, I use Sticky Strip for the box tops regardless of size. I use Sticky Strip for the bottoms on all but the smallest sizes.
Thank you so much for your time/effort/input on these boxes. I just made my first one! You're awesome.
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Are there pictures of these boxes anywhere?

I looked through the replies for links to pics but didn't see any (doesn't mean they are not there).
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Um, never mind. I did a search in the gallery (always forget about that!!) and saw all the great boxes. My DD & I make something similar from 12x12 paper that I saw on DIY's Scrapbooking show (http://www.diynetwork.com/diy/sc_mat...77886,00.html). Actually taught these to kids at school too. I'll have to add these nugget boxes to my files.

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Thank you SO much for doing this.... these are great
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Thanks so much for the PDF's I can't wait to try making a box!
Was your nugget hunt successful? If so, did you find them at WalMart? I'm here in Calgary too
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Thanks so very miuch, I was able to get the templates open and can hardly wait to get started. Carol
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WOW! Thanks SO VERY much for sharing this. I'm HAPPY that you took the time>
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Just wanted to say thanks for sharing these with us! I've used the templates a few times and have had perfect results.
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Chris, thanks so much for providing these awesome and easy to use patterns. I have put a sample on my Blog with a link to your pattern. I have given you credit. Which you derserve! Check out my blog!
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So we made these boxes at our Club meeting a couple weeks ago. Awesome!

I was so excited over them that I came home, found this website and downloaded templates. I made up a couple as mock wedding favors for my nephew who is getting married in June (using French Flair was SO pretty!). The bride LOVES them. So now I'm going to be on the hook for 275 3x1 nugget boxes.

Does anyone have suggestions for scoring a whole bunch of these things? Its so tedious and boring I could cry. Is there a particular tool that will work well for scoring lots of them?

I usually just use a ruler & craft knife, and there has to be a better way!!!

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Thanks so very much I have the found the templetes for the Nugget boxes. Carol
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um, what's a nugget? I think it's some chocolate of some kind can someone tell me who makes it please? I live in Canada, saw someone said it's at Walmart...
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Nuggets are made by Hershey. They are chubby little chocolate bars that come in a bag.
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Does anyone have suggestions for scoring a whole bunch of these things? Its so tedious and boring I could cry. Is there a particular tool that will work well for scoring lots of them?

I usually just use a ruler & craft knife, and there has to be a better way!!!
I haven't done that huge a batch of them, but I'd definitely spread out the task if you can. Set a goal of a certain number per week and then do that many assembly-line style. Then next week, start over with the next batch. That way, you get to finish a bunch on a regular basis instead of having all of them partly finished.

I use my Fiskars paper cutter and bone folder for the scoring. I like having the ruler built in instead of having to align and measure with a ruler. I also like the fact that I can sit on the couch with the cutter in my lap to score them.
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Hi I,m from Alberta and could not find any nuggets around here where I live. I read one site that said they found them in Calgary. I got mine in the states. Hope you can find them Carol
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I bow to your kindness in putting these templates together. You are truly an angel to first discover all the measurements but then to also be kind enough to post them and to take the time to answer all the questions that have been posted on the thread...............THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU....
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