Today the weather was dismal, cold and rainy with a chance of it turning to snow later…an excellent day to stay inside and play with paper!!
Rocko my dog and I went downstairs and of course there was the fake “I have to go outside” look so I went back upstairs and it ended up just being that he wanted a treat LOL. So back downstairs we went and this time he curled up on his blankie and went to sleep and I had several uninterrupted hours of craft time!
Todays agenda was little treat boxes!
Yum 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 cardstock I used Daisy Daisy paper from Polkadoodles.
Place your cardstock at 2″ mark, punch and score.
Slide down to the 4″ mark, punch and score.
Repeat on all sides.
Turn your punch board and used the punch to round the corners.
Punch a hole in two of the flaps on opposing sides.
Your sheet should look like this:
Cut up the the score lines on the two flaps with the holes, I’ve indicated the cut lines with a dash line on the template.
Fold up the flaps as shown, and apply double sided tape.
Fold those in and adhere to the front and back sides.
Your box is now ready to decorate!
Bend the flaps with the holes back a bit so when you tie your ribbon on it will lie flat.
Glue and ribbon strip around the box.
Stamp with a fun sentiment, we used the Yum stamp from BoBunny Everyday Icon stamps.
Fill with a treat, tie closed with a pretty bow and give it away!
- We R Memory Keepers - Envelope Punch Board
- Price: $21.87
- BoBunny - Clear Acrylic Stamps - Everyday Icons
- Price: $5.54
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