How to Make Easter Treat Box
Hello Inkredible Friends!
Easter is just around the corner along with all the fun and colorful candy and today I want to show you how to make an Easter treat box. This makes a great gift for teachers, neighbors, children, co-workers...the possibilities are endless. It's easy to make!
This box features the Lots to Love Framelits; you can buy just the framelits if you'd like but you get a great savings if you buy the bundle which includes the framelits with the Sure Do Love You stamp set.
You can watch the video tutorial to follow along. See below for the supply list and instructions. If you place an order at Stampin' Up store use Host Code YZH2ZCKH at checkout. All orders using this code from now until 3/31/2018 will be entered into a drawing for free products of your choosing up to a $25 value.
Lots to Love Framelits Item 145653 or buy the bundle which includes a stamp set Item 145966
Card Stock: Daffodil Delight Item 119683; scrap piece of Whisper White Item 100730
Designer Paper: Bubbles & Fizz (Free with a $50 purchase but hurry offer expires March 31, 2018)
Ink: Bermuda Bay Item 131171
Layering Circles Framelits Item 141705
Dimensionals Item 104430; Glue Dots Item 103683; Tear & Tape Item 138995; Snail Adhesive Item 104332
Window Sheets Item 142314
Easter Treat Box Tutorial
Out of Daffodil Delight card stock cut (2) pieces at 5 X 7
Cut Designer paper (2) 4 3/4 X 2 3/4
Cut Window Sheet 2 1/2 X 3
Have a scrap piece of Whisper White to stamp your sentiment on.
1- Use the large framelit from the Lots to Love set to cut out the 2 box sides from Daffodil Delight.
2- Adhere the designer paper to the center of each piece (one on the front side and one on the back panel).
3- Use the Layering Circle Framelit size you'd like for the window and place on one side panel wherever you want your window to appear. I also used the same layering circle with the next size up scalloped circle centered over it to cut out a frame in Daffodil Delight card stock.
4- Attach the window sheet to the back of your cut out frame using glue dots. Then, on the front side of that same panel glue your frame around the circle.
5-Fold all the score lines of both panels using your bone folder for nice solid creases.
6-IMPORTANT: Lay one side of your panel with the flap facing the top and the second panel with the flap facing down. Use tear & tape to secure all sides except the top (you want to be able to open and close the box!)
7-Stamp your sentiment and use the banner in the framelit to cut out or cut it to the size you need by hand or another punch you have and place it on the front of the panel.
I'd love to hear who you plan to make this treat box for and what you plan to fill it with, let me know in the comments below.
Until next time....Happy Crafting,