Hershey Nugget Box Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! Supplies

Hershey Nugget Box Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! Supplies

Hershey Nugget Box Tutorial using Stampin' Up! Supplies


Well I did it.

I made a project that is my big old Thank You to all those of you who are outside the UK/Europe who champion my blog, share my projects and leave me comments all over the place!

As a UK based demo, I ‘cater’ to a UK market in my projects based on goodies I can get here, but I do know that this sometimes causes a little, well, frustration (!) for those who can’t get the same things I can – dragees, maltesers, tic tacs in UK sizes…..

So when I was in the US, I picked up some Hershey Nuggets and decided that I was going to make a box that was specifically for these little chocolates as my little way of saying “here, this one’s just for you, thanks, you’re amazing” to you gorgeous folk over there.


Hershey Nugget Box Tutorial using Stampin' Up! Supplies Open


For those who ARE in the UK though, does have them, massively overpriced, but they’re there if you’re super desperate…

And of course, the sizing of the box is 3 x 2 5/8 x 3/4″ (7.5 x 7 x 2cm) so you can put other bits in here if you want to.

Please enjoy the video. I don’t *think* there are any falling objects or major bloopers in this one, but to be honest, I filmed it about 3 weeks ago, and my memory ain’t what it used to be….




Cardstock – 7~3/4 x 4~1/2″ (20 x 11.5cm)

Score on the LONG side at 3/4, 3~1/2, 4~1/4, 7″ (2, 9, 11, 18cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 3/4, 3~3/4″ (2, 9.5cm)

DSP Panel – 2~3/4 x 2~1/2″ (7 x 6.5cm)

Wraps for nuggets – 1 x 3″ (2.5 x 7.5cm)


Products used and showcased

Cardstock – Blackberry Bliss, Hello Honey, Whisper White

DSP – Flowerpot, Park Lane

Punch – Boho Blossom

Other – Candy Dots, Whisper White Baker’s Twine, Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine, Simply Scored Scoring Tool



Sam xx

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  1. I really enjoy your creations and being in the IS really appreciate that you convert the centimeters to inches – can’t thank you enough for that! A cute box for nuggets & a different way for packaging nuggets. This box teminds me of our pizza box. I also have loved you purses! The double handle seems to be the hit over the satchel style (1handle with wise) not sure why. What was really cute is I had a church group make them for their ladies day , some were great crafting & some had never crafted. Well they all completed really cute pags & the were so proud! That same evening my 7 yr old granddaughter asked if she could make on. She believed she was capable & wouldn’t make a mess. She really concentrated and created a beautiful bag! (Easier than some of the ladies) she did a great jop & very please that she did it. So thank you for awesome instructions for us!

  2. I so enjoy your tutorials. You make it look so easy and you are so fast!! When I need inspiration I always go to you. (And I LOVE your accent….I’m from the states.) Thanks!

  3. I just wanted to tell you that I have watched a few of your videos when I can find them on Pinterest and I can’t wait to try some of them. I have an order in at Stampin Up ! Right now and when I get it, I will be busy with your videos. You are so easy to understand in your directions. You are my fave.

  4. I love your tutorials and have made tons of boxes for my School of Education students at the University of Portland, Prtland, Oregon. They are great ideas for them to make for the future elementary age students, fellow teachers and friends. Thank you so much for you creative ideas and easy to follow tutorials. I remain your loyal admirer…’re by far my favorite!
    Again, many thanks!

  5. shruti aggarwal says:

    i really loved the tutorial.the boxes are very pretty. can you please tell me what is that tool with perpendicular rulers called? I am not able to find it’s name anywhere.

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