I love to give gift cards, but often hate the look of the telling envelope. I’ve even used this little box for cake balls, photo coasters, jewelry, and more. It’s really the perfect size for a small gift. You can even make a few to keep on hand for all your gift giving occasions.
- A Season to Shine by tk Whimsy and Co.
- Matte Photo Paper
- Metal Ruler
- Adhesive – HermaDots
- Cutting Knife – Xacto
- Scoring Tool
- Corner Rounder
Design the bottom of the box in your favorite program. The measurement of the bottom box is 7.5 inches x 7.5 inches.
Design the top of the box. The measurement is 5.75 inches x 5.75 inches.
Carefully cut the pieces using an Xacto blade and a metal ruler.
Score the larger square at 2 inches on each side. Score the smaller (top) square at 1 inch on each side. Carefully cut the sides as shown in the picture.
Using a corner rounder punch, remove the guides, and punch along the edge of the top of the box to create a scallop edge.
Assemble box, adhere sides and attach a coordinating bow.
I cut a few blue flowers, cut them out and layered them onto the piece. It adds a little extra pop!
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