- HOW TO MAKE TREAT BOXES
- KITS & SERIES
- FALL BLOG HOP
- SUPPLIES USED
- TAMI'S STAMPIN UP SPECIALS
HOW TO MAKE TREAT BOXES
Today is my Stamp It Demonstrator’s Group Blog Hop . We’re all really excited to unveil our projects, and announce a new contest giveaway. To continue on your journey through our projects, simply use the BLOG HOPPERS links below.
This video class kicks off my new series of adorable gift boxes. These make perfect party / bridal shower favors, Thanksgiving table decor, holiday gift giving and so much more. I’ll share how to make these boxes using the August 2022 “Sweet Sunflower” Paper Pumpkin Kit.
On the video class I’ll share:
- The August Paper Pumpkin Kit contents
- How to make this adorable treat / gift box alternate to the kit
- Many more treat box ideas in the series.
In addition to the video I have written instructions, measurements, templates and photos from several angles of the box and cards below.
TREAT BOX VIDEO
AUGUST KIT VIDEO TUTORIAL
Check out this video from Stampin’ Up to see what’s inside the August “Sweet Sunflowers” kit and how to make the projects per instructions.
The printable includes instructions, a template and a clickable supply list for box #1 in the series.
KITS & SERIES
POP UP CARD SERIES LINKS
REFILLS & MORE PAPER PUMPKIN LINKS
Note there won’t be any refills for the August kit. But there are some for other kits.
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I used the pretty yellow tissue paper that came in the Paper Pumpkin kit to line the inside of the box.
I created box #1 with the August 2022 Paper Pumpkin Sweet Sunflower card kit.
I used the front of this card from the kit for the box. Then you have a matching gift set. Card and box.
This photo shows the card with the back of the box (opened).
I colored the vellum die cut “mesh” with the Stampin Up Blackberry Bliss Stampin’ Blends Markers.
I didn’t want to cover any of the beautiful print on the box so I cut a piece of the printed card for the handle to match the top of the box.
I used 3/8″ Clear Velcro Dots but for this box I recommend using a larger dot. I have a link to the 3/4″ clear velcro below. It needs a little more strength because the printed card base is thicker than designer paper I used on the other boxes and wants to pop. So the stronger velcro dot will hold it.
This cards were made per the Paper Pumpkin kit instructions. I have a video above that shows how to make these as well.
FALL BLOG HOP
BLOG HOPPER LINKS