Although I love creating and designing, the world is filled with very talented people, who I could happily spending my time CASEing. I saw a photo of this project when shared on Facebook by the very talented Libby Dyson. There are a few variations floating around (the original might be by Oxana in Germany). I was too impatient to wait for Libby to upload her measurements, so I set about creating my own. There are times when papercraft seems like 99% maths and only 1% paper! My box ended up with a square base and can be made using a 6×6 square of DSP – this is great for me, as I can get 4 from a sheet of DSP. With Easter in mind, I used the circles from the Watercolour Wonder DSP pack and filled it with little chocolate eggs. Perfect size treat to give to a friend. One Easter egg for the box, one for me … Kelly x
- Start with 6×6 DSP or cardstock. Score at 14, 20, 40 & 412. Turn 90˚ and repeat the same scoring (14, 20, 40 & 412).
- Insert your DSP into the punch. It won’t fit down the guide, but rather sit the DSP on top of it. Line up the outer edges of the top piece of the punch, with the 2” & 4” score lines (see picture). This will ensure you get the punch relatively in the middle of your DSP. Punch in this way on two opposite sides of your DSP.
- ut the corners from your DSP as shown in the template, which will leave you with your box to fold up. Use ribbon to tie the tags together. I added reinforcement to the tags by cutting a 20 strip of cardstock, punching one end with the scalloped tag punch and then cutting it off the strip at 12 . Adhere this to the inside of your tag closure to make it stronger and more durable when tied with ribbon. Repeat for the other tag closure.
- Embellish as desired, fill with whatever treats you wish!