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Where can I buy little boxes to put chocolates in?

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Newbarnsleygirl Sun 27-Feb-05 21:53:23

Silly question at nearly 10pm but I'm making my own chocolates and need some little boxes to put them in.

I have looked in Lakeland and they don't have any so any other suggestions?

TIA

Dior Sun 27-Feb-05 21:53:48

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snugs Sun 27-Feb-05 21:55:14

Don't know - but go back to smile thread cos I found your monkeys for you

SkiBunnyFlummy Sun 27-Feb-05 21:56:32

confetti, hang on I have some brochures right here, as am doing wedding research

SkiBunnyFlummy Sun 27-Feb-05 21:57:23

Heres two

www.carteblanchecreations.co.uk

www.confetti.co.cuk

Libb Sun 27-Feb-05 21:59:30

Paperchase?

Newbarnsleygirl Sun 27-Feb-05 22:19:01

Thanks everyone.

Confetti is pretty good. I did'nt know if you could buy them flat IYKWIM in a pack.

Newbarnsleygirl Sun 27-Feb-05 22:47:03

Bump cos I'm off to bed!

pootlepod Sun 27-Feb-05 22:56:42

I know how to make small square boxes which would hold about 3-4 chocolates. Our guides used to make them from old Christmas cards and they looked really effective, but you can use any stiff paper/card you like. The first one takes a while to do but you soon get the hang of it and I can make them in about 5 mins. If you CAT me with your address I'd be willing to send you the template.

pootlepod Sun 27-Feb-05 23:01:07

Have just googled and found these


here and

here

louismama Sun 27-Feb-05 23:46:46

? do you have a John Lewis store near by they sell them flat packed in the Haberdashery section with all the nick nacs for making your own wedding favours

lilsmum Sun 27-Feb-05 23:49:14

hobbycraft do them, i went in the other day and saw them then, all different shapes and sizes, even little heart shaped ones

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