Welcome to the Stamp It Group Valentines Themed Blog Hop! Thanks for hopping today. I’m Sarah Schatilo and you’re on my blog, SassyPaperCrafts. Be sure to click the next name on the list below to continue on the blog hop to see all of our awesome projects. Don’t forget to leave a comment here with the hashtag #stampitcontest to be entered to win the Nothing’s Better Than Bundle!
For my project, I made these adorable treat boxes! I love that you can make 2 from one sheet of cardstock. I just cut a piece of cardstock at 5½”. I used the other half as a card base for a future project.
The box is really easy to make and all I used to was my Stampin Trimmer to score it. The measurements are:
- Cardstock- 8 ¼” by 5½”
- Score the long side at 2″, 3¾”, 5⅝” and 7½”
- Score the short side at 2″, 3¾” and 5″
Then you just cut the rectangle at the bottom and fold over your score lines. I like to burnish them with a bone folder. I used Seal+ to adhere it together.
I used the Heartfelt Bundle from the annual catalog for my images and sentiments. I stamped the doily heart image on the cardstock before I scored it. I then punched the heart out using the coordinating Heart Punch.
The colors I chose were Bermuda Bay and Rococo Rose to match the new Sale-A-Bration paper Oh So Ombre! The paper is FREE with a $50 order.
For a finishing touch, I used the new Resin Hearts from the Jan-June Mini Catalog. I punched a hole through the box and tied a piece of Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon in a knot to close it.
I filled my treat boxes with Hersey Kisses but you could use whatever you’d like. These boxes could even be made into party favors by changing the stamp set used!
A mini 3×3 cards would go perfect with these boxes! You can see those here:
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5.Sarah Schatilo- SassyPaperCrafts <—- you are here
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