I shared this little chocolate treat box on my blog during sneak peeks, but thought I'd share it again here, since it's a different way to use the pot of gold dies. Lindor chocolates are a favorite at our house, and my son calls them chocolate fat balls, since they're high in fat. LOL. He's a bit of a chocolate connoisseur, and his favorite are the extra dark. They just happen to have black and gold labels, perfect for a St. Patrick's Day treat!
I used two pot of gold die cuts, cutting a hole in the center of one with the coin die from the same die set. I then made a little platform to hold them together by cutting cardstock approximately 1-3/8" x 2.5", scoring 3/8" on each of the long ends, then gluing between the two pots. I cut the coins from gold cardstock, then added the Lindor chocolate behind the hole and glued the two pieces together at the top. You can still reach through the side to get the chocolate out.