Gift Box!

6 Dec

Today I am going to show you how to create this gift box using Winter Woodland and Cricut Design Studio!  If you don’t have Cricut Design Studio, you can follow the manual instructions for the box as well!

This box is perfect for Copic Markers and a small stamp set and it also work wonderfully for many other uses like:
  • Holding a pack of pencils and sticky notes for Teacher gifts
  • Ziploc baggy of marshmallows and hot cocoa packets
  • Full sized candy bar and a special note
  • Rolled up drawing or note from the kids with a special photo to the side
  • Plus many more!
You can download the Cricut Design Studio File HERE
The file has three tabs:  One for the snowflakes (you can see the instructions for that post here), one for the box, and the last one for the white decorative mat.
When the box cuts, it will look like the image above.  Since the box needed to be 6″ x 12″, you will need to snip the right edge of the paper to complete the cut.  Next score at 1 1/2″, 2 1/2″, 4 1/2″, and 5 1/2″ (all score marks will be made where there are vertical slices).  Turn your paper and create a score even with the long slice.  This will create your bottom of the box tabs.  Fold the tabs in and use a piece of tape to hold them together then decorate as desired!

Supplies:
Scrapbook Paper: Joy Cardstock Pad (Momenta), White (The Paper Studio)
Die Cuts: Cricut Winter Woodland (Provo Craft)
Machine: Cricut Expression with 12×12 mat (Provo Craft)
Software:  Cricut Design Studio (Provo Craft)
Embossing: Cuttlebug Polka Dots Folder and Cuttlebug Machine (Provo Craft)
Ink: Stickles in Frosted Lace (Ranger) and Red Glaze Pen (Sakura)
Misc: Baker’s Twine
Items in Photo:
Copic Markers
Bo Bunny Clear Stamps
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