Thursday, 5 April 2018

Little Freddo Treats

Hi and welcome to my little blog. If this is your first-time, I hope you take the time to look at my other projects. I normally try and add something new once a week, although just recently outside influences have stopped me. However, it's a bright blue sky out there, and it seems spring may just be finally here. Plus I have an unexpected day off!

Today's project involves chocolate! Isn't that the best kind? I'm going away for a couple of nights to a big crafting convention hosted by Stampin Up! Called Onstage Local, and am very much looking forward to mingling with 400+ other Demonstrators, many of whom will be swapping cards and 3D items. My little treat boxes are for the Saturday night when a group of about 20 of us will be having a meal together. 

To make these you will need a piece of card measuring 4 7/8" x 4 7/8".
You will also need two pieces of DSP (designer series paper). One measuring 5" x 3 7/8", the other 3 7/8" x 1 1/2".

You will need the following tools:
Envelope Punch Board (EPB), bone folder, scissors, glue.
Oh and a chocolate Freddo!

With your EPB punch and score at 1 1/2" and at 2 1/4". Then follow the score lines, punching & scoring on all 4 sides (see YouTube demonstration below).
The DSP will be for the box liner and the wrap. You don't need to add the label, I just had a few "jars" going spare 😉

The treat box in the video is for a friend of mine - Anna - The pic below shows the treat boxes ready for my fellow Demonstrators on Saturday.

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