Making a gift box for use with a gift card with the Makers Movement. #sponsored @jointhemakersmovement
I am making a gift card box with a die from the Makers Movement. It is part of the Donut Box set. The donut box die has a coordinating stamp set making them so useful. No longer will you need to buy packaging for a gift card. You can make your own gift box and stylize it for the occasion.
The Donut Box die and stamps work together so well and can be used in a variety of different ways. Aren’t those donut stamps cute? They have coordinating dies to cut them out!
I planned on using the Special Delivery stamp as a surprise under the gift card inside the box but I totally forgot about it until after I was finished with the gift card box! – Oh well, next time.
CrossOver II from the Makers Movement was used with the Donut Box dies to cut the card stock. Be sure to check out the tip in the video tutorial below, I am not sure the die is meant to be used this way, but it worked for me. (notice the washi tape)
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Do your kids give valentines to their friends? I haven’t heard what our school is planning this year but I love making something special with my daughters for them to give to their friends. This year we made these cute paper candy boxes to hold Lindt Chocolate Truffles. What a special little treat, I don’t think anyone will turn it down!
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Download the free SVG file linked below. I was able to get four on one page. The black lines cut and the red lines need to be changed to score.
This is an example of the cut file. Turn the design away from yourself, place the two pieces with the hearts together, take one of the other side flaps and place it over the heart shapes to hold the box together. Insert the Lindt chocolate and finish closing the box.
Yeap, we made a lot of them.
While the boxes were complete, for my youngest daughter, we made a heart tag to place on top. The Maker wrote the words and then cut the shape.
If you would like the SVG for the heart you can download it here. [heart tag]
This is an example of the sixty some odd heart boxes we made for Valentine’s Day. Who were the lucky recipients? Kids in my daughters’ classes and their basketball teammates. What was inside? Those famous lip balm balls everyone is talking about, a mustache whistle and a valentine gumball. Some boxes were filled with spritz heart cookies as well. We had so much fun making them, we worked in a production line fashion. This was from last year. This year, we need to come up with something similar to place those yummy Lindt Chocolates into. That post will be coming soon.
Making origami boxes that work for ornaments and gift wrapping. Learn how to make your own.
I enjoy Origami and when I saw this box form, I thought, “this would make a great ornament.” As I was making them, I then realized they could also double as wrapping for a gift because they can be opened up. What an excellent idea to hang little gifts on the tree or make a lot of them for an Advent!
This post is a part of the Creative Craft Bloggers Group monthly craft challenge. For the month of December, we were challenged to make ornaments. At the bottom of this post, you can see all the entries and links to their tutorials.
You will need six squares of paper. I used 6″x6″.
Using one piece, fold it in half and then open it back up.
Fold each side into the centerfold.
Turn the paper over.
Diagram 1, fold C to F
Diagram 1, fold B to E
Diagram 2, fold D to E.
Diagram 2, fold A to F.
Make six. See the following video for an example of the folding and then how the pieces fit together.