Hi everyone 🙂
I hope that you like this little box/bag for the Lindt Chocolate Hen. I found the little hens at Woollies Supermarket for $3 each.
This would be great for a fair or market stall, around about Easter time.
So here are the instructions, measurements and video
Card stock: 8-1/2’ x 2-1/4’ Lemon X5785
Score on the 8-1/2’ side @ 2-1/4’, 4’, 6-1/4’ & 8’
Score on the 2-1/4’ side @ 1-1/2’
Page Protector: 8-1/2’ x 3-3/4’ Top Load Pages 4110
Strip for Base: 8-1/2’ x 3/4′ Some Kinda Wonderful X7217B
Card stock: 2’ x 4’
Score on the 2’ side 1’
Paper: 1’ x 4’
Easter Banner: 3-1/2’ x 3/4′ White Daisy 1385
Ink: Black Z2805
Stamp set: Easter Bunny S1702
Adhesive: Tombow tape runner
- Fold and burnish all the score lines.
- Follow the cutting diagram and remove the long thin rectangle on the bottom.
- Cut up the other three score lines, taking out small wedges from the two side flaps.
- Taking the Page protector piece. Place the 8-1/2’ side onto the 3/4’ section of the base (make sure that it sits just above the score line).
- Using your bone folder, gently press the 1/2′ side section over on the clear page protector.
- Add Tombow adhesive to this section and fold the other side over to form the box.
- Using your bone folder, rub the section with the adhesive on to seal this join.
- For the bottom – Fold the two side flaps in and then the back. Add adhesive to the front flap and fold up to form the bottom of the box.
- Add adhesive to the 8-1/2’ paper strip and gently fold and pinch all the way around the 3/4’ sides of the box.
- Place the hen inside, and pinch the top together (as shown in the picture.
- Place the paper onto the top panel, then place this onto the top of the box/bag.
- Using a hand held stapler. Staple the top on.
- Stamp the happy Easter onto the banner piece and dove tail both ends.
- Attach to the top panel with 3D foam tape.
Here is the cutting diagram:
I hope that you give this little project a go.
So till next time.
Keep on creating and Bye for now