Monday 2 December 2019

Mini Triangular Treat Box - Perfect For Your Christmas Tree - Video Tutorial

I designed these little boxes about 5 years ago, so thought it was about time I revisited them. I've altered the dimensions a little to make the box slightly bigger.

They are quick and simple to create. Once you have created a couple you will be able to wiz through them :o)

I used Shaded Spruce card for this first one, covering it with little snowflakes stamped with the Delicata Golden Glitz ink. The images come from the Holiday Haul host stamp set and the sentiment from the Itty Bitty Christmas set.

I used some of the Wrapped In Plaid 6" Designer Series paper for this one. The image is again from the Holiday Haul stamp set.

This time I used a sheet of paper from the Feels Like Frost stack. 

The images in the Snow Front stamp set are a perfect size for decorating these little boxes. The Holly image stamped on the box also comes from the Holiday Haul set.

This is the one I created in the Video. I used the Feels Like Frost Designer Series paper again and different images from the Snow Front stamp set.

Here is the Video ...


Feels Like Frost DSP                                                 6” x 6”

On one side score down at:                                     ½”, 3” and 5½”

Turn the paper and score down ½” to the FIRST scoreline only at:  3”
Turn the paper to the OPPOSITE edge and REPEAT

You need to make additional scores from the BOTTOM of each of the ½” scored lines to the START and END of the BOTTOM SCORE LINE.

Baker’s Twine                                                            23cm (9”)

You will need Whisper White card for stamping and punching and Cherry Cobbler card for die-cutting.

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