Sunday, 16 August 2020

Share it on a Sunday - Snowflake Splendour Triangle Treat Box

Hi Everyone,

For this week's Share it on a Sunday, the theme was to make a 'treat box' so I had a trawl through YouTube and Pinterest for some inspiration for something different and found this cute box created by The Paper Pixie. Check her out, she makes some amazing 3D projects, she's very talented. Let me show you how to make it and don't forget to check the links below my post to hop over and see what Donna and Victoria have made


1 A4 sheet of Pacific Point card stock (8 1/4" x 11 3/4")
4 pieces of dsp 2 1/2" square
Scraps of pacific point and whisper white for he sentiment
Pacific Point ink
Perfectly Plaid stamp set
Gift Wrapped stamp set
2" circle punch
2 1/4" circle punch
Silver edged ribbon
Simply scored
Bone folder
Multipurpose adhesive
Small single hole punch


On the long side score the A4 sheet at 2 3/4", 5 1/2", 8 1/4" and 11", then turn and on the short side score at 2 3/4" and 5 1/2".

Put the sheet back on the score board with the long side at the top and make a mark at 1 3/8", 4 1/8", 6 7/8" and 9 5/8".

With a ruler, score the diagonal lines from the marks you have just made to the intersecting scores below - see picture 

Then fold and burnish all the score lines, cut up the score lines from the bottom to the first horizontal score line and remove the skinny rectangle but on the bottom only DO NOT REMOVE THE ONE AT THE TOP. 

Add the 4 dsp panels across the centre.

Add glue or tear tape to the side tab, then flip over and fold to bring the adhere the right and left hand sides together 

With the seam at the back, fold in the bottom flaps, sides first, then back, then front and adhere in place to close the box.

Stand the box up and on the straight score lines that are between the diagonals, punch a small hole on the score line about 1/2" from the top.

Thread the ribbon front to back and then side to side and push in the top to make the triangles stand out and pull up the ribbon. This takes a bit of fiddling with, then tie a bow at the top.

Stamp the sentiment in pacific point ink on a scrap of whisper white and punch out with a 2" circle punch (I have used Perfectly Plaid for the main sentiment and the stars are from Gift Wrapped).  Punch the larger circle from the scrap of pacific point card and glue them together.  Add to the front of the box with dimensionals.

This treat box will hold lots of sweets, make up, toiletries etc, it's a really good size. Why don't you give it a go?  Don't forget to pop over and see what my crafty friends have been up to:

Donna Lester

Victoria Littlewood

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Happy Crafting,

Karen XXX

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