Hello there, first of all I want to apologize for the delay in bringing you this second project of our Gradution Theme Craft Series. Life happens and I was so really busy last week, I didn’t have a chance to get to film the video at all, but I’m hoping you’ll agree with me that it’s better later than never!
Without anymore delay lets get to it, shall we?
Today, I’ll be sharing this cute little treat box so you can make it in time for a Graduation Party. Not may tools needed and this is a quick project. I made these boxes many times before so I basically know the measurements by heart.
From a 12 x 12 inches piece of cardstock or Designer Paper, you can make 4 boxes and for me that’s a great deal!
Here a list of tools you will need:
– scoring board either in metric (cm) or imperial (inches) or one that has both metric and imperial measurements, with this last one you can also trim the paper.
– bone folder (sometimes come with the scoring tool) but in case you want a separate one
– double sided craft tape
– mini decorative clothespins
– designer paper in silver or gold
– graduation theme sicker
Now, let’s watch the video!
Piece of 6 x 6 inches or 15 x 15 cm paper
Score line 1: 1-3/8 inches or 3.5 cm
Score line 2: 2-3/4 inches or 7 cm
Score line 3: 4-1/8 inches or 10.5 cm
Score line 4: 5-1/2 inches or 14 cm
Flip you paper once and score at 1-3/8 inches or 3.5 cm.
Use your creativity and decorate it as you wish, have fun playing with paper!
Hope you enjoyed this project, it was inspired by the super talented Sam Donald. If you have any questions please, feel free to leave a comment below or send me a message through the contact form. If you want to show me your project tag your picture on Instagram with #athometeachingv or send me a picture! I would love to see what you create!
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!
Vanessa Z. Pawlicki