2x4x6x8 Box for Treats Using Gather Together
The Gather Together Bundle in our holiday catalog is a total MUST HAVE. I held a product based class using the bundle this past week and it was amazing and so fun! I can’t wait to show off the projects.
I knew I wanted to make cute little treat boxes for each of my attendees. Although, I used in candy in my pictures, I gave out kettle korn at the class. It is fall and when I think about hot chocolate, bon fires, pumpkins, changing leaves, and sweater weather ~ I also think about football and kettle korn!! All the comforts of Fall!!
This is a very easy box to create. I have been making this box for years and you could even put a handle on it if you dared. Let me tell you how I made it.
- Cut the cardstock of your choice at 8.5″ x 5″.
- Next you are going to score on the long side at 2″, 4″, 6″ and 8″.
- Turn your paper to the short side and score down at 2″.
Your box, before assembly, should look like this only notching the end piece (your tab) and cutting away the tiniest box on the corner. Cut up each sides to the 2″ score line. (see image!)
(The first drawing is after the scoring. The second drawing reflects the notching and removal of tiny box.)
The Gather Together bundle and the coordinating Come To Gather Designer Series Paper made this Pretty Peacock Box stand out and take notice.
I made these for my class goers, but you could make them for your teachers, your neighbors, your mail person! There are so many possibilities. I hope I have inspired you to create a couple.
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