Welcome to this month’s OSAT Blog Hop…Bring on the Birthdays! Everyone loves a good birthday, we all have them, and it’s fun to celebrate, right?! So here’s to celebrating birthdays. Check out the card I made along with a tiny treat box tutorial below!
I made these using the Piece of Cake stamp set and coordinating Cake Builder punch. The little box accompanying the card is a tiny treat box to hold small candies. I made it the perfect size to fit two pillow mints, but it would also work for hard candies or mini candy bars. I thought this would be a nice little gift for someone you wouldn’t give an actual gift to, but you still want to do a little something nice to brighten their day, like someone you work with, a church friend, or a neighbor.
So truth be told, I would have come up with another 3D project to go along with my card, but there has been so much happening in my life that I couldn’t possibly use my brain to come up with one more idea!! I made a bunch of these little boxes last week, because I just turned my former house into a craft retreat, and my first group came over the weekend. I wanted to leave them some special treats!
First let’s take a look at the card. I used paper from the All My Love designer paper pack. The greetings down the right side are stamps included in the Piece of Cake stamp set. I Lovely Lipstick ink and stamped off to create the faded effect.
Here is a close up of the tiny treat box. Wouldn’t it brighten your day to find one of these on your pillow next time you stay overnight somewhere?! Or if someone dropped you one on your birthday? If you would like to make some of these yourself, I’ve included a tutorial below.
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Tiny Treat Box Tutorial
Begin with a 2 ½” x 3 ½” piece of Lovely Lipstick cardstock and 2 5/8” x 3 5/8” piece of designer paper.
Place the cardstock onto your scoring board. Score it ¾” from the left side.
Rotate the cardstock 90 degrees and score again ¾” from the left side.
Repeat the previous step until each side is scored. Do the same with the designer paper.
Fold on the score lines to loosen up the folds.
Use a ¾” circle punch to punch semi-circles out of the two long sides of the designer paper. I eyeballed the placement, halfway between the score lines and so that half of the circle will be punched out.
Cut on the score lines to create flaps on each of the four corners. Cut from the outer edge to the first score line.
Lay the papers so that the side that will become the outside edge is face up. Place strong adhesive on each of the four corner flaps. I used our retired Fast Fuse adhesive on these because I ran out of Glue Dots. I would strongly recommend using Glue Dots.
Fold into boxes and apply pressure to the adhesive to secure it in place.
Decorate and fill with treats!
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