The weekend finally arrived! This week went by so slow at work, I had plenty to do but too many ideas floating around my head about the things I wanted to create. I received a big box I had ordered from Scrapbook.com full of stamps and dies. I just couldn’t wait for the weekend to play with my new toys!
Long Treat Box Tutorial
You’ll need an envelope punch board, I’ve added a link if you’d like to purchase one through our affiliate site Scrapbook.com. Purchasing through our affiliate does not add anything to your cost and we receive a small commission which helps defray the costs of the supplies we use to create our tutorials.
Start with a 6″ x 6″ piece of double sided cardstock.
Line your paper up at 1.5, punch and score.
Line your paper up at 2.5, punch and score.
Repeat the previous two steps to have worked on all 4 sides.
Now, line up the previously scored lines with the handy score guide, punch and score. Repeat for all 4 previuosly scored lines.
Your page should look like this, I’ve drawn in the score lines so it’s easy to see.
Turn your punch board and use the punch to round the corners.
Punch a hole in the points of the two wider flaps as shown.
Fold the narrow flaps to the inside and tape down.
Cut up the the score lines on the two flaps with the holes as shown above.
Fold in the flaps and apply double sided tape so form your box.
Your box is now ready to decorate!
Cut a 3/4″ x 2-3/4″ strip of blue paper and angle cut the end.
Cut a 1/2″ x 2-1/2″ strip of white paper and angle cut the end.
Stamp with your favorite sentiment, I used BoBunny Everyday Icons Lets Eat stamp.
Punch out a flower and glue a circle accent to the center, adhere to the front.
Tie the box shut with a pretty bow and its ready to give!
- We R Memory Keepers - Envelope Punch Board
- Price: $21.87
- BoBunny - Clear Acrylic Stamps - Everyday Icons
- Price: $5.54
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