It’s been a while since I have shared a sweet little treat box with you, so I thought I would make a few for Easter. These little boxes were created using 6×6 pattern papers and they are so easy to make with your scoreboard.
These boxes were created using the Not2Shabby March paper pad collection. The Spring Florals and Gingham packs are perfect for your spring projects.
To create this box, you will need a piece of pattern paper cut 6″ x 3½” wide. With the shorter side at the top, score this paper at ¼”, ¾”, 2¾”, and 3¼”. Rotate the pattern paper so that the longer side is at the top and score it at 1½” and 2″.
To create the box shape, trim off ¾” from each side down to the 4½” mark. You will have two side flaps that are ¼” wide and three sides of the box that are ½”. In my process video, I show how to assemble the box and share a few ways you can decorate these for Easter.
These sweet little treat boxes are so simple to make and can be decorated for just about any occasion. I used a variety of patterns on mine so that each one looks a little bit different. I can’t wait to place these on the table this Easter.
I hope today’s project inspired you. If you have any questions about this project or the supplies listed above, feel free to leave me a comment.
I hope this inspired you to try something new. If you have any questions about this project or the supplies listed above, feel free to leave me a comment.
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