I love treat boxes – and this one is great! It can fit a bunch of little yummy chocolates and is the perfect size for a gift card.
To make this project, you’ll need the following supplies:
- Cardstock/Paper: Masterfully Made 12” x 12” DSP (3 ¼” x 7”); Basic White (scrap), Lemon Lolly (Scrap)
- Ink: Memento Ink in Tuxedo Black, Melon Mambo, Berry Burst
- Basic Tools: Snips, Trimmer, Adhesives (Glue, Glue Dots, Dimensionals)
- Additional Tools/Supplies: Envelope Treat Boxes, Variegated Ribbon, Tahitian Tide Stampin’ Blends, Fresh Freesia Stampin’ Blends, Azure Afternoon Stampin’ Blends, Granny Apple Green Stampin’ Blends, Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine
- Stamps/Dies: Trucking Along Stamp Set, Nested Essential Dies
To make this project, follow these steps:
- Begin by assembling your box – these are great because they come with pre-adhered adhesive.
- Take the piece of DSP and place half way on the back side of the box. Figure out where the first bend around the box is, slightly bend, then burnish well. Repeat all the way around the box until you have a nicely burnished piece of DSP meeting in the back. Adhere the DSP together with Tear & Tape.
- Stamp the truck image using Memento Ink and fill in with Melon Mambo. Stamp the flower pots in the truck bed using Memento and fill in with Berry Burst. Color in the leaves and pails using a variety of Blends. Crop this image using a die from the Nested Essential dies. I cut once then moved the die over the cut-out so I could get a smaller rectangle.
- Tie a 24” piece of Variegated Ribbon around the box (horizontally). Affix your truck image on the box front using Dimensionals.
- Stamp your sentiment on a strip of Lemon Lolly (mine was ¼” tall) and affix to front using Mini Dimensionals.
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