Sunday, 19 December 2010

Winter Woodland treat boxes

Winter Woodland treat boxes by Torie Jayne

Winter Woodland treat boxes

You will need:
Winter Woodland treat box printed out on heavy paper
Double sided tape
Polka dot glassine bags
Ribbon

Equipment
Tim Holtz non-stick micro-serrated multicutter
Mini rotary perforator
Paper punch - medium '1cm ribbon'

Instructions
  1. Open cone print template (see image below) and print it out.
  2. Cut around cone wrapper, (I use the shape mates large circle and cutter to cut out my circles).
  3. Roll perforator along all lines.
  4. Fold all perforated lines away from you.
  5. Place a couple of strips of double sided tape on the unprinted side of the bottom of the box, but do not peel backing off tape yet.
  6. Place a strip of double sided tape on the unprinted side of the long sides of the box, do not peel backing of tape yet.
  7. Place a strip of double sided tape along all four white strips of printed side of box and remove backing.
  8. Assemble box and press together to stick.
  9. Fold over top of cellophane bag by 10cm.
  10. Place fold inside paper ribbon punch and push to end. Punch ribbon holes.
  11. Remove backing from double sided strips on inside of box.
  12. Open glassine bag out and place inside box, pressing against the tape to fix in place.
  13. Fill with treats.
  14. Thread ribbon through holes and tie in a bow.


Winter Woodland treat boxes by Torie Jayne
Home-made Maple Cakelets
Iced squirrel hiding
I filled mine with Maple cakelets in pine cone, walnut and acorn shapes, with a hidden iced squirrel!

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8 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this wonderful idea!

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  2. Your boxes look great!

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

    Lieve groet, Madelief

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  3. Torie how adorable I love this!! Beautifully unique

    Joyeaux Noel!

    I have a New Giveaway from My Sparrow, do come and enter!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  4. Sooo beautiful and pretty! Thank you!

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  5. stunningly beautiful in every way!

    thank you for sharing.

    xo
    elyse

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  6. Hi Torie,
    I love your sweet Winter Woodland theme. I've been following along as you've posted your beautiful creations. I'd like to do a post about these, if you don't mind? I'd link them back to your site :-)
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  7. Hice estas cajas con nueces de la suerte, preciosa idea"""

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  8. Love this! You've solved my dilemma of how to package food gifts this year! Thank you!

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