Advent Box No.5: Triangle side Box

Hi everyone πŸ™‚

Here is box No.5 for you. It’s a Triangle sided box that is very quick and easy to make.

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So here are the instructions, measurements and video:

Card stock: 4’ x 3’ Sea Glass X5789

Score on the 4’ side @ 1’, 1-3/4′, 2-3/4’ & 3-1/2’

Make a mark on the top 4’ side @ 1-3/8’ & 3-1/8’

Score on the 3’ side @ 3/4′

Stamp set: Swirling Stars M1146

Ink: Juniper Ink Z2865

2 snowflakes in Silver Glitter paper Z3239, 1 No.5 in Gold Glitter paper Z3238

Twine: Gold and White Twine Z4014

  1. Using a ruler and a scoring tool. Score a line from the mark to the bottom score line corner so that it forms a triangle, as shown.
  2. Fold and burnish all the score lines.
  3. Add adhesive to the side 1/2’ section to form the box.
  4. Fold in the two side flaps and the back. Add adhesive to the front flap and fold up to form the base.
  5. Punch a 1/8’ hole into the top and add some twine.
  6. Add the snowflakes to the front and the number to the back.

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The little marks at the top are 1-3/8 & 3-1/8. I have forgotten to write them on the cutting guide.

I think that this box style came from Pootles Papercraft.

I hope that you like this little box πŸ™‚

So till next time

Keep on creating and bye for now πŸ˜‰

Advent Box No.4 Triangle Box

Hi everyone πŸ™‚

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So here is box No.4 of he advent boxes.

This is rather a cute little box and can be made in any size.

So here are the instructions, measurements and video:

Card stock: 4’ x 3’ Crystal Blue 1292

Score on the 4’ side @ 2’

1 piece of 9’ White & Gold Twine Z4014

1 Silver Glitter Z3239 small Snowflake using the new Snowflakes Thin Cuts Z4003

  1. Place the 3’ side on to your score board and make a mark @ 1-1/2’ on both ends.
  2. Using a ruler and a scoring tool. Place the ruler onto the mark at the top and down to the fold line to form a diagonal line on both side to form a triangle.
  3. Repeat this step on the other end.
  4. Fold and burnish all the score lines.
  5. Fold in the side sections and using a 1/8’ hole punch, punch out the holes (do one side at a time)
  6. Tie a knot into the top of the twine and thread through the holes, add the sweets. Then loop back on itself to close.
  7. Add the Snowflake to the front and the number to the back to finish

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I hope that you like this little triangle box , the originalΒ came from Persephone’s Papercraft.

Till the next installment,

Keep on creating and bye for now πŸ˜‰

 

Advent Box No.3 Hexagon Box

Hi everyone :), I’m back with the box #3. Its a little Hexagon box.

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This one is from Persephane’s Paper Craft.

ts such a cute little box and it hold i Lindt ball o your choice πŸ™‚
MMM mines is the Strawberry and cream ones.

So here are the measurements, instructions and video:

Card stock:Β  5’ x 3’ Ruby X5927

Score on the 5’ side @ 3/4′, 1-1/2’, 2-1/4’, 3’, 3-3/4’ & 4-1/2’

Score on the 3’ side @ 1-1/4’ & 2-1/4’

Turn back to the 5’ side (so that the 1/2’ section is on the right hand side) and make a small mark at the top in the middle of the 3/4′ section as shown in the cutting diagram.

Make a mark @ 3/8’, 1-1/8’, 1-7/8’, 2-5/8’, 3-3/8’ & 4-1/8’

1 piece of 9’ White & Gold Twine Z4014

Stamp set: Woodland Wishes D1696, (one of the snowflakes)

Ink: Ruby Z2870

  1. Using a ruler and a scoring tool. Score a diagonal line from the centre mark to the corner score lines as shown, to form triangles.
  2. Stamp all over the card stock using the stamp β€˜Swirling Stars’ M1146, in Juniper ink.
  3. Fold and burnish all the score lines.
  4. Cut away the small rectangle at the bottom of the 1-1/4’ scored section. Then cut up the score lines to the horizontal score line, as shown.
  5. Add adhesive to the 1/2′ side section and fold over to the other side to form the box.
  6. Taking a 1/8’ hole punch. Punch out on all the triangle sections, as shown.
  7. Fold the bottom tabs in, so that the one on the opposite side covers the first one, as shown in the diagram.
  8. Add the No. to the front.
  9. Fill with sweets and thread a piece of twine through the holes, tie off and the pull back through on its self for hanging in the tree.

and here is the cutting guide:

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cut away the green corner and cut up the green lines.

I hope that you like this little advent box and give it a go,

so till next time.

Keep on creating and bye for now πŸ˜‰

Faceted Box, Using Perfectly Pine Stamp Set

Hi everyone πŸ™‚

Here is a great medium-sized box for you to try. It looks tricky but it really isn’t.

I found this one on Pinterest made by Ann’s Happy Stampers.

The ladies in my class couldn’t believe just how easy this box was to make and put together. As long as you remember to of set the top, you will always be able to put this box together no matter what size you cut it.

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So here are the measurements, instructions and video:

Card stock: 6’ x 6’ in Fern X5777Β card stock

Β 6’ x 6’in White Daisy 1385Β card stock

Matting Panel: 2-3/8′ x 1-5/8 Ruby X5927 card stock

2-1/4′ x 1-1/2” White Daisy 1385 card stock

Stamp sets: Perfectly Pine A1191, Merry Christmas M1148

Ink: Fern Z2850, New England Ivy Z2835, Cocoa Z2814 & Ruby Z2870Β 

White and Gold Ribbon Z3189 Β 7-1/2’ Piece

  1. Stamp the pine branch randomly onto the White Daisy in the Fern and New England Ivy ink.
  2. Then stamp the pine cone in Cocoa ink randomly on top of the pine branches.
  3. Place the square onto the score board, and score 1/2′ and make a mark @ 2-1/2’ & 3-1/2’. Do this on all four sides.
  4. Place square on the diagonal, so that the 2-1/2’ mark is in the channel of the score board and line up the 3-1/2’ mark on the next side and score.
  5. Turn to the next side and repeat this step. You should have a small triangle in the intersecting lines.
  6. Repeat this step on the other sides.
  7. Cut away the triangles and cut the corner sections on the diagonal as shown in the diagram.
  8. Repeat steps 3 to 7 on the base.
  9. On the lid ONLY cut away on one of the side edges as shown in the diagram. This becomes the front of the box.
  10. When putting the box together, you need to use glue or adhesive tape to hold the box together.
  11. Offset the top from the bottom as shown in the pictures.
  12. The last section of the box should be a green point into the white section that has the cutaway.
  13. Using the 1/8’ hole punch, punch a hole on the top point and also in the bottom green point so that the twine will keep the box closed.
  14. Fill with goodies for someone special this Christmas.

I hope that you like this box and give it a go,

so till next time,

keep on creating and bye for now πŸ™‚

Advent Box No.2 Mini Sandwich Box

Hi everyone πŸ™‚

Here is Advent box No.2.The mini sandwich box.

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I just love this cute little box, and you can fit quite a lot of smarties inside it.

With this box I have stamped an all over design.

The card stock is Glacier X5770 and the ink is Crystal Blue 1292. the stamp set is Swirling Stars M1146Β and White & Gold Twine Z4014. The snowflake is an old punch that I have and it is in Silver Glitter Paper Z3239. The number is in Gold Glitter Paper Z3238Β and cut from the Cricut Β 3/4′

Here are the measurements, instructions and video:

 

Card stock: 6’ x 4’

Score on the 6’ side @ 3/8’, 2-1/8’, 3-7/8’ & 5-5/8’

Score on the 4’ side @ 1-1/2’ & 2-1/2’

  1. Make a mark on the 6’ side in between the score lines

@ 1-1/4’, 3’ & 4-3/4’ on both sides.

  1. Using a ruler and a scoring tool, score a diagonal line from

the small mark to the intersecting score lines to form a triangle. Do this on all the side sections.

  1. Cut away the triangle sections as shown.
  2. Fold and burnish all the score lines.
  3. Add glue to the first two triangles and glue them to the middle triangles.
  4. Push the other side triangles inside the box to close it up.
  5. Using a 1/8’ hand held circle punch, punch two holes into the small top flap section.
  6. Add a piece of twine for hanging on to your tree.
  7. Add two glitter snowflakes to the front section of the box and a number to the back.Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β .img_1380
  8. Here is he cutting guide.

I hope that you enjoy these little boxes and bags.

So till the next one.

Keep on creating πŸ™‚

Advent Box No. 1 Mini Milk Carton

Hi everyone πŸ™‚

Here is the first installment for the 8 Advent boxes.

If you make three of each of the eight boxes/bags you will have enough for an advent tree.

This one is a mini milk carton that will hold one Lintd ball.

Here are the instructions, measurements and video:

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Advent box No. 1: Mini Milk Carton

Card stock: 4-1/2’ x 3’

Score 4-1/2’ side @ 1’, 2’, 3’ & 4’

Score 3’ side @ 7/8’, 1-7/8’ & 2-5/8’

Make a mark on the 2nd and 3rd panels @ 1-1/2’ & 3-1/2’ and score down to the 1st score line at the top, as shown in the diagram.

  1. Using a ruler and scoring tool. Make a diagonal score line from the small score line to the corner score lines to form a small triangle in these two sections.
  2. Fold and burnish all the score lines.
  3. Remove the small rectangle at the bottom of the box (on the 1’ section), then cut up all the lines as shown in the cutting diagram.
  4. Add glue to the small side section and fold over the other side to form the box.
  5. On the bottom, fold in the side flaps, then the back. Add glue to the front and fold up to seal the bottom closed.
  6. Push your finger into the side section at the top and pinch closed.
  7. Using the 1/8’ circle punch, make two holes on the top and thread some twine through, then pull it back on its self through the loop section.
  8. Add some glitter snowflakes to the front and a number to the back.
  9. Fill with some Smarties and a message to finish.

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Here is the cutting guide.

Products used:

Paper: Oh Deer! X7214B

Twine: White and Gold Z4014

Glitter paper: Gold Z3238

I hope that you give all these little boxes and bags a go.

So till next time,

Keep on creating πŸ™‚