This is what I am giving my DH for Father’s Day Sunday. Make both the card and the crate in less than 30 minutes!
The Instructions and video to make the card is my latest Creative Technique for Marbling Card stock. Subscribe HERE with a $1 Seven-day trial: http://nendyscreativecorner.com/creative-techniques-corner
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Here are the instructions to make the crate which holds 12 Hershey Nuggets if you pur 2 on the side and one on top.
CRATE SUPPLIES: Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes Wood Mount #128748, Clear Mount #127802 Ink: Tranquil Tide Card Stock: Whisper White
Wood Textures Designer Series Paper Stack (6×6) #144177 Big Shot: Wood Crate Framelits #143730 Punch: Classic Label #141491 Adhesives: Tear & Tape
Fast Fuse or SNAIL Candy or Treats I used Hershey Nuggets. Use your Guy’s favorite candy.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Choose two sheets of the Wood Textures paper to cut your crate from. Cut out with the Wood Crate Thinlit. Fold all score lines: along the short side and long side, bottom, two side tabs. 2. Add Tear & Tape to the side tabs on both Crate pieces. Also add add strips of Tear & Tape along the top side of the bottom of just ONE of the crates. 3. Put the Crate piece on the bottom that has the Tear & Tape on it. Attach the other bottom piece to the Tear and Tape. Now attach the bottom tabs on both sides, the the side tabs. 4. Stamp Happy Father’s Day twice on Whisper White card stock in Tranquil Tide ink. Punch out with the Classic Label Punch. Attach to the sides of the Crate. 5. Insert the Hershey Nuggets by laying three along the bottom with flat side down. Now lay one on its side with the flat side along the short side of the Crate. Repeat with two more layers of three Nuggets laying with flat side down. Add one more with the flat side against the short side of the Crate. Top with one more to make an even dozen Nuggets.
This fun little Popcorn Treat Box is quick to make and decorate for last minute treat and gift giving! SUPPLIES: *Bundle #142284: Ready to Pop Photopolymer stamps + Popcorn Box Thinlits Stamps:*Ready to Pop Photopolymer #141513 Ink: Rich Razzleberry Card Stock: Sweet Sugarplum Big Shot:*Popcorn Box Thinlits #141473 Punch: 1/8″ Circle Punch #134365 (Optional) Ribbons: 3/8″ Metallic Ribbon Combo Pack #143601 (Available until March 31, 2017 FREE with $50 purchase)
I used some Gold Baker’s Twine from the Holiday Catalog. Choose what you want. Adhesives: Tear & Tape
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut out two of the Popcorn Box Thinlits with your Big Shot from Sweet Sugarplum card stock. Use the Scallop Edgelit included to cut the top part of your box pieces so the top of your box will be scalloped. Also cut out a small tag from Sweet Sugarplum card stock. 2. Fold all the score lines on the box pieces. Stamp in Rich Razzleberry ink if desired. 3. Put Tear & Tape on the
~side tabs. Attach the two Box pieces together at the side tabs. Decide which part of the box will be the front. The bottom flap attached to the front will be attached last.
~Bottom Side Flaps: Along the score lines and edges on the outside of the box
~Bottom Back Flap needs no adhesive added.
~Bottom Front Flap: Along the edge on the inside of the box. 4. Now fold in the Bottom Flaps in this order: sides, back, front. Yea! You have finished your Box! Now to decorate it. 5. Cut about 20″ of ribbon. This should give you enough to go around the box and make a nice size bow. Fold the ribbon in half and put SNAIL adhesive directly on the ribbon on the 4″ or so on each side of the ribbon. Now attach the ribbon to the box starting with the center of the ribbon on the back center of your box. Place the ribbon gently in place in case you need to readjust it. Make sure the adhesive is on the ribbon as it touches the box corners in the front. Now tie your bow. 6. Stamp your tag in Rich Razzleberry ink. I also sponged the edges in the Rich Razzleberry ink. Punch a hole in the tag if desired or just attach it under the ribbon with a couple of glue dots. If you punched a hole, thread the Baker’s Twine through the hole and tie it around the knot in your bow. 7. Fill with treats or a small gift.
Enjoy surprising your family and friends with treats in Popcorn boxes. If the box is for a guy, just leave off the ribbon.
This fun Hexabon Window Box Thinlit and stamp set will be available on January 4, 2017 in the NEW Occasions Catalog. It is simple to make and decorate. AND it has tabs to hold it closed!! There are LOTS of options for dressing it up! Sale-a-bration also starts on January 4th so if you buy the Window Shopping Bundle you can choose 1 FREE Sale-a-bration product! SUPPLIES: *Bundle: Window Shopping stamp set + Window Box Thinlits Wood #144742, Clear #144743 (Bundle pricing only available until May 31, 2017) Stamps: *Window Shopping Wood #142920, Clear #143265 Ink: Rich Razzleberry Card Stock: Sweet Sugarplum Big Shot: *Window Box Thinlits #142762 Adhesive: Tear & Tape
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Sweet Sugarplum card stock into two 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ pieces. Use your Window Box Thinlit to cut out each piece. Make sure and line up the Thinlit so the outside Tab cutting lines hang just over the edge of the card stock. 2. Stamp box top and sides. Piece 1-Box Top
~Stamp the words with the 3 side pieces above the box top.
~Stamp the sides with the image upside-down. Piece 2-Box Bottom
~Leave the box bottom blank.
~Have the sides closest to you and stamp the images right side up (opposite direction you stamped Piece 1). 3. Cut the two side tabs off Piece 1. Add Tear & Tape to all side and bottom tabs. Put NO Tape on any of the upper box tabs!! Start by attaching one side Tab to a side where you cut off the tab. Move around attaching the Box Bottom and sides until you have formed the Hexagon Box shape. There will be tabs around the top of the box and the box lid. DO NOT put tape on these tabs! 4. Fill up the inside of the box and close the tabs. Your box is finished.
I will show you more variations of this box later. So come back for more.
INSTRUCTIONS: Watch This Video for Basic Baker’s Box instructions. 1. Cut your Baker’s Box Thinlit twice from Crumb Cake card stock cut at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Fold all score lines so each piece looks the same.
~You can stamp the Hardwood image in Chocolate Chip ink either before you cut out your Baker’s Box pieces or after you have cut it out. I did it after, but it would probably be easier if you stamped before you cut them out.
~Before. Ink up your Hardwood stamp and lay Rubber side up. Lay your card stock on top of the inked stamp. Use a Clear Stamp Block and rub it over all the card stock to transfer the ink. Remove card stock. Repeat with the second piece.
~After: Fold the side score lines and do one side at a time. Lay one folded side of your cut Baker’s Box piece on top of the inked stamp, as above and rub with a Clear Stamp Block. Repeat for the other side and the other cut piece. 2. Add your Tear & Tape to the side tabs and the bottom flaps.
~~Side Flaps (smaller): With the outside facing up, put Tear & Tape on the outside edge and the bottom on both pieces.
~~Front and Back Flaps (larger with V in the center. I leave this part flat):
~~~Front: Put Tear & Tape on the INSIDE of both sides of the V.
~~~Back: Put Tear & Tape on the OUTSIDE of both sides of the V. 3. Cut:
~Cut two Pine Cones from Chocolate Chip card stock. Angle the two Pine Cones together the way you want and attach them together with Glue Dots. Tie a bow with the Gold Baker’s Twine.
~Cut 2 small Pine Branches and 1 Medium Pine Branch from Garden Green card stock. 4. Assemble your Box: Attach the side Tabs. Now for the bottom flaps: sides first, then the Back Flap, and the Front Flap is last. 5. Decorate:
~Choose the front of your Box. Attach the Medium Pine Branch about 1″ above the center score line on the box front with a Glue Dot. Attach the other two Pine Branches on top of the first one with Glue Dots. Attach the Pine Cones with 2-3 Glue Dots on top of where the Pine Branches meet.
~Tie closed with Gold Ribbon.
Have fun making your own Fall Pine Branches Box. Come back Friday for a Christmas Version.
This week’s projects focus on the Baker’s Box Thinlits. Today it is decorated for Halloween, Wednesday is Fall, and Friday is Christmas. Hope you enjoy having fun making and decorating your own Baker’s Boxes!
INSTRUCTIONS: Watch This Video for Basic Baker’s Box instructions. 1. Cut your Baker’s Box Thinlit twice from Tip Top Taupe card stock cut at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Fold all score lines so each piece looks the same.
~Add your Tear & Tape to the side tabs and the bottom flaps.
~~Side Flaps (smaller): With the outside facing up, put Tear & Tape on the outside edge and the bottom on both pieces.
~~Front and Back Flaps (larger with V in the center. I leave this part flat):
~~~Front: Put Tear & Tape on the INSIDE of both sides of the V.
~~~Back: Put Tear & Tape on the OUTSIDE of both sides of the V. 2. Cut:
~Cut two Trees from Chocolate Chip card stock. The bottom and sides of the “ground” don’t cut. Cut them straight so the ground will wrap around the bottom of your box.
~Cut two large bats and two small bats from Basic Black card stock.
~Stamp two ghosts in Memento Black ink on Whisper White card stock. Cut them out with the coordinating Framelit. 3. Assemble your Box: Attach the side Tabs. Now for the bottom flaps: sides first, then the Back Flap, and the Front Flap is last. 4. Decorate:
~Choose the front of your Box. Glue the Tree to the center front wrapping the ground around to the left side. Cut it off at the right side, depending on how you cut the ground on your trees.
~Hold up your second tree so it shows about half the branches sticking out from the side. Add Glue to the half of the tree that will be glued to the Baker’s Box. Attach making sure the Glue is all on the box and the unglued branches are sticking out the side. Now attach and trim your ground around the bottom of the box.
~Glue on your ghosts and bats.
~Tie closed with Whisper White Baker’s Twine.
Have fun making your own Halloween Baker’s Box. Come back Wednesday for a Fall Version perfect for Guys and Nature Lovers.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Stamp your Happy Halloween in Tangerine Tango ink on Whisper White card stock. Cut out with your Paper Snips. 2. Stamp your Pumpkin group in Memento Black ink on Whisper White card stock. Color with your Pumpkin Pie Marker. Stamp a Pumpkin face on each pumpkin in Memento Black ink. Cut out with coordinating Framelit and Big Shot. 3. Attach to Petite Cafe Gift Bag with your favorite adhesive. 4. Fill with treats or gift. Fold top over twice and bend tabs to hold closed.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Put a strip of Tear & Tape around the center of your box outside. Attach your Ribbon so it starts and stops in the center front. Press along the Ribbon & tape to make sure they are stuck together. 2. Fold all score lines and Assemble your box:
~First: the side with the “U”
~Then the two sides
~Last-push the part that extends through the sides and the “U”. Flatten out.
~Close the lid. 3. Stamp a small round sentiment from the Amazing Birthday stamp set or a stamp of your choice. Punch out with the Circle Punch. Attach to a small Silver Doily with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Attach the Silver Doily to the front of your box (covering where the Ribbon ends meet) with Dimensionals. Yea, the sides and front are finished! 4. Put Tear & Tape along the sides of the box lid stopping about 1/4″ from each corner. Punch your Large Scallop Circle from Pink Pirouette card stock and center on the lid. Notice the box lid showing through on each corner. 5. Punch two Glimmer Paper Flowers using your Pansy Punch. Bend up the petals on the top flower. Attach the two flowers using Glue Dots. Attach the flowers to the Scallop Circle on the box lid. 6. Put 4 Glue Dots on each card board side of the Honeycomb Embellishment and attach to the center of your Glimmer Paper Flower. 7. Add a small gift or some treats and make someone happy!
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut two Square Pillowboxes from Thick Whisper White card stock. I just fold a sheet of card stock in half and cut both at the same time. Assemble your Square Pillowbox. Watch this Video if you need instructions on cutting and basic assembly. 2.Punching and Cutting:
~Eyes. Two Basic Black 3/4″ Circles Punch
~Mouth: Five Basic Black 1/2″ Circles Punch
~Flower: Real Red Petite Petal Punch
~Nose: Free hand cut. The center edge is 1-1/4″ and the point is 2-1/4″ but 2″ would have been better.
~Hat Brim: 1″ x 5″
~Hat Top: 2-1/4″ x 3″ 3. Assembly:
~Glue the Hat Brim to the Hat Top overlapping about 1/2″ or so. Round the top two corners of the Hat Top with your Corner Punch. Add the Flower and the Iced Rhinestone to the side of the Hat as shown.
~Position the eyes and mouth circles and the “nose” where you want them. Glue in place. Use either a Chalk Marker OR Signo White Gel Pen to make the marks on the eyes. 4.Fill with either treats or a gift.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1.Cut your Tangelo Twist card stock at 3-1/4″ x 7″ and 3-1/4″ x 9″. Score the 7″ piece at 2″ on one end. Score the 9″ piece at 2″ on both ends. Fold Score Lines. Glue together a 2″ section of each piece together to form the bottom of your Treat Holder. Fold the top 2″ tab over to the Back. Hold the top pieces together and punch two 1/8″ holes through all layers for your Baker’s Twine. Now thread your Baker’s Twine through. You have the hard part done. 2.Punch:
~three Festive Trees from Basic Black card stock. Trim two down to size for the eyes and the last one even shorter for the nose.
~half of a 2-1/2″ Circle from Basic Black card stock. Cut notches as desired for teeth.
~Banner from Garden Green for stem
~Leaves from the Bird Builder punch for the vine from Garden Green card stock. 3.Glue all your punched pieces on. 4.Fill your Cellophane Bag with Treats and close. Use Fast Fuse or Tear & Tape to hold the bag inside your Jack O’Lantern.
Do you need a little Fall Themed basket? Choose some Fall Themed paper and make one using the Berry Basket Bigz Die and your Big Shot. Watch the Video to find out how quick and easy it is to make one (or more)! Have fun making a variety of these cute Berry Baskets for every occasion!
TIPS: 1. Cutting measurements
~Cut two Designer Series Paper: 3-1/2″ x 8″ (or a little longer than 8″) Yes, you can cut them at the same time. Just make sure both pieces cover the Basket die cut markings.
~Cut two 1-1/2″ x 8″ Daffodil Delight card stock for the Scallop and Handle die cuts.
~Cut one Thick Whisper White bottom piece 2-3/4″ x 2-7/8″ Attach to the inside of the very bottom piece in the center between the cut outs. Attach the upper piece over it to form a +. 2. Choose either the Scallop or Straight handles to attach to the top of the basket. Fold the Score Lines. Add adhesive to the small tabs and attach together to form a square. 3. Add adhesive to the top edge of each side of the basket. Attach to one side of the topper piece, centering the basket side and the topper piece. Repeat with one side at a time until finished. 4. Add about 1/2″ of adhesive to the handle piece. Center (and make sure it is going straight up and not at an angle) and attach the first side then the other side. 5. Fill with lightweight treats or fill with decorative items and leave setting on a table just to enjoy looking at it.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1.Watch this video for instructions on making the Baker’s Box. 2. Wrap Washi Tape around the lower edge of the box about 1/8″ above the bottom. 3. Stamp the Witch’s Hat in Blackberry Bliss ink on Whisper White card stock. Cut out with the coordinating Framelit. 4. Cut the BOO! out of Basic Black card stock with the Framelit and your Big Shot and Glue onto the top front of your BOO! Box. 5. Color your Owl stamp with Markers: Black for the eye centers, Tangerine Tango for the claws/feet (and color in the beak after you stamp), Chocolate Chip for the owl body and wings. Remember to open your mouth wide and breathe moist air onto your stamp several times to remoisten the ink. Stamp. Then cut out with the coordinating Framelit. I used Tombow to glue the body to the box front. I did NOT put Tombow on the Owl head above the black eye dots! 6. Fill with treats or a small gift and tie closed with about 10″ of ribbon.
1. Choose either Gold OR Silver OR Red as your color. The 2015 Holiday Catalog has Red Foil Paper so you can also choose Red if you want to. 2. Cutting the pieces ~Use the Largest Floral Frames Framelit to cut a Gold OR Silver Glimmer Paper Flower. ~Use the third Floral Frames Framelit to cut a Gold OR Silver Foil Paper Flower. NOTE: use this sandwich in your Big Shot: Magnetic Platform, cutting plate, Foil Paper with white side down/foil side up, Framelit with cutting edge down, card stock to cover entire piece of Foil Paper, top cutting plate. The Foil Paper will pick up any dents and cracks on your cutting pad. Putting a piece of card stock between the cutting pad and Foil Paper will prevent this. ~Punch a 1-1/4″ Scallop Circle from Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper. ~Cut your Ribbon large enough to go on the inside of the box. The length I cut for the Shirt Boxes was about 22″. 3. The Tag ~Stamp your sentiment on regular Whisper White card stock. Punch out with the decorative label punch (or other punch or die cut).
~Cut your Tag Base at 2″ (slightly less than 2″) x 4-1/4″ (or however long you need it for your sentiment plus at least 2″ if you are using both the Scallop Tag Topper Punch and the Banner Triple Punch. If you are just going to round the bottom corners, then just adding 1″ or so should be good.) ~Now punch the ends of your Tag Base: Use the Scallop Tag Topper Punch on one end. Use either the Banner Triple Punch OR the Corner Rounder Punch on the other end. You can use White Bakers Twine to tie a Bow or use as fringe through the Tag hole. 4.Now to put everything together. Decide where you want the Ribbon, the Flower, and the Tag to go.
~Attach the Ribbon to the Box lid with some Tear & Tape Adhesive. I used about 4″ on each end so the ribbon would be secure on the side-both outside and inside the box. Try to get it straight or put it at an angle.
~Assemble your Flower: If desired your can put Demensionals on the back of each petal on the Floral Frames Flower layers. Put Tombow Glue on the back centers of each Flower piece so the pieces will stay attached. Glimmer Paper is very picky about which adhesives it will stick to. One of the ladies brought Zots Glue Dots and the pieces did not stay together. Stampin’ Up! Glue Dots don’t work well either. ~Attach your Flower to the Box with Tombow Glue at least in the center. You can use Dimensionals on the petal ends if you want some Dimension. ~Attach your Tag with either Glue Dots or Dimensionals. ~Embellish with Basic Rhinestones. 5. Fill with your Gift. We finished decorating 12 Boxes in less than an hour. Once the cutting is done and you have made one box, it goes pretty quickly.
TIPS: NOTE: You can click on the supplies with numbers above and go to My Online Store to that item to purchase it. Remember to UNCHECK “No Contact” so you can start earning Reward Points. 1. Cut your card stock for the smallest box into 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Stack and cut out two layers at a time. You will need four Envelope Liners for each box. 2. For each Envelope Liner:
~Score one side and cut off the other side. Just make sure you do these the same for EACH Envelope Liner.
~Score 3/8″ along the bottom of each Envelope Liner. Cut out the little square.
~Put adhesive on the scored side tab. 3. Measure between the cut line and the score line to determine how big to cut your square box bottom. Put Tear & Tape around the inside edges of your box bottom. 4. You can stamp each box side individually or after you have attached them together and they are still laying flat. Stamp the inside flaps if desired. 5. After the sides are attached and flat, score along the flaps so they will fold down easily. Use the groove on your paper trimmer or Simply Scored Board to help you get your score line straight. 6. Form the box by attaching the last side tab to the side as shown in the video. 7. Fold all bottom tabs and attach to the box bottom squaring up all sides. 8. Either fold the top flaps as shown OR you can fold them down onto the side of the box and attach each flap to the box side with a Dimensional.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Thick Whisper White card stock at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Place on your Fry Box die. Put a cutting plate under and on top. Run through your Big Shot. Fold all score lines. 2. Lay your box flat on the Stampin’ Pierce Mat so your stamps will stamp properly with a good impression. Use your folded score lines to help position your stamps. Use Real Red ink to stamp the striped stamp three times: on the front of the short side, and on both sides of the tall side. Now stamp “Enjoy! on the back inside (so you will be able to see it from the front). 3. Stamp “Sweet Treats” in Real Red ink on Thick Whisper White card stock. Cut out with scissors. Use Dimensionals to attach it to the front of your Fry Box. 4. Crease all straight score lines with a Bone Folder. Crease the rounded score lines with your fingers. 5. Add Tear & Tape Adhesive to the inside of the front tabs. Attach to back tabs making sure the bottom of the tabs line up straight. 6. Now add treats! You can add them loose or use a 4″ x 6″ Cellophane Bag and some ribbon or twine to keep everything from spilling.
Oliver is my almost 6 year-old grandson. Here are a couple of the projects he has made while visiting me.
The first project is his version of the Dinosaur card posted HERE. He used the No Bones About It stamp set. He chose the card stock colors and chose the Woodgrain embossing folder and ran it through the Big Shot himself. He also die cut the Ovals. He chose the ink colors (Pumpkin Pie and Memento Black) and did stamping himself. He glued it all together with Tombow Glue. He is very pleased with how everything looks. His second project is made with the NEW Gift Bag Punch Board. He chose Wild Wasabi card stock, the Bravo stamp set, and Memento Black ink. The ribbon is from my retired box. He did all the scoring himself (with me telling him where to score). He was not strong enough to do the punching himself, but was pleased with how it turned out. I also add the Tear & Tape Adhesive for him. Happy Summer Crafting with your Family!
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Choose the color and pattern of paper you want to use. I chose Mint Macaron. If you are using the striped paper choose the way you want your stripes to go. If you want them up and down like mine, then cut your paper 6″ x 12″ with the stripes 12″ long. The zigzag part of the Thinlit is the top of the bag. 2. Now cut out the Mini Treat Bag using the Thinlit. Make sure the zigzag bag top is positioned so your stripes will be going up and down. Cut out both bag pieces. 3. Fold your Treat Bag pieces on the score lines. Check to see if any of the score lines tore. If they did, the put a piece of regular tape on the inside of the bag over the torn score line OR you could put coordinating Washi Tape on the outside to cover the torn score line. 4. Decide whether the bottom flap will be inside or outside the bag. If it will be on the inside than fold up the flap and put your Fast Fuse on the striped side. If it will be on the outside, then put your adhesive on the solid color AFTER the rest of the bag is put together. 5. Put Fast Fuse on the striped side of the tab and on the edge of the small bag half. Line up the side and bottom. Now attach the tab to the large side edge. Lay the small side flat and overlap the back of the larger back piece. 6. If your flap is going on the outside, add your adhesive now and fold it up. 7. Stamp your sentiment in the same color ink as your paper. Cut it out by hand. Optional: Stamp your image twice. Cut out the inside with the coordinating Framelit included with the Mini Treat Bag Thinlit set. You will still have to hand cut the larger outside bottom layer, but this will add a nice layered dimension to your Treat Bag. 8. Cut your Ribbon the desired length with the ends cut diagonal as desired. Attach with a strip or two of SNAIL or Fast Fuse on the back of the Ribbon behind where the Stamped image will cover it. Add your Stamped and cut out image with either Fast Fuse or Dimensionals. 9. Put a small treat or gift inside and give to someone.
Every Wednesday until Father’s Day there will be something you can give to your Guy for either Father’s Day or other occasions. Today will feature the Hamburger Box XL Bigz Die. You can make either a single-wide one OR you can tweak it and make a double-wide box.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Choose the color of card stock you want and decide if you are making a single or double-wide box. 2. Get your card stock ready.
~Single-Wide: Cut your card stock 6″ x 11″.
~Double-Wide: Fold your 8-1/2″ x 11″ in half so you have a 4-1/4″ x 11″ piece. 3. Lay your card stock on the Hamburger Box Die.
~Single-Wide: Lay your card stock on the Die covering the box cut lines.
~Double-Wide: Lay the fold of your card stock along the crease line furthest from the edge of your card stock edge and the open edges close to the edge of the die. Make sure the fold does NOT cross over the crease line. 4. Cut your card stock. Put an Extended Cutting Plate under your die and on top of your card stock. Run through your Big Shot. 4a. If you want to stamp directly on the card stock do so now. 5. Fold on all Score lines. (Double Wide: Unfold your card stock first, then fold all the score lines. Run your Bone Folder along the center crease line to flatten it out.) 6. Instead of folding all the pleat lines, I cut one side and then put the adhesive along the score line. I have shown where I cut and put on the adhesive. 7. Attach the triangles matching the score line with the box edge. Repeat until all the triangles are attached. Now attach the “Front” tab to the edge. There are tabs that stick out on the bottom. There are small slits on the top front to slide them through and hold the top and bottom together. 8. Now you can decorate your box.
~I put some ribbon on the double-wide by putting sticky strip to cover the center crease line, as shown. I used about 20 inches of ribbon and trimmed some off after tying it in a knot.
~Single Wide: I used Thick Baker’s Twine. Put a Glue Dot at the center back and at the ends (where the Sticky Strip ends in the example.) You will need to either roll or scrunch the Glue Dot so it is all the way under the Baker’s Twine so it won’t stick to things. 9. Stamp the sentiment or image you want to put on top. Attach to the box with either Dimensionals or Glue Dots. 10. Put in a treat or gift and give to your guy.
Do you like giving little treats or gifts to others? The Tiny Treat Boxes are the perfect size for a small treat or gift such as earrings or other small jewelry. They can easily be decorated for any occasion. These are decorated for Valentine’s Day or could be used for an Anniversary. They would also make great Party Favor Boxes.