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I designed them for a Christmassy occasion but the idea can be used for any occasion: birthdays, Halloween, wedding or party favours etc.
To create the pillowbox treats:
I used the pillowbox die and the stripy sheet of DSP. Fold at the score lines (being especially careful with the edges to the flaps). I adhered the top flap down. The sides were folded inward but left unglued to ensure they could be opened without damaging the box. (It also makes a great idea for keepsakes box for tiny trinkets or gifting jewellery…)
I decorated it with fussy cutting the baubles from the same set of DSP and attaching a white bow.
Tip: If you're using DSP to create the boxes, they're not as sturdy as the Kraft sheet. Place the die cut sheet on your palm and use a bone folder to curve the middle of the box so when you start gluing it together to close it, it maintains a curvy shape rather than falling flat.
To create the larger case for the pillowboxes:
I cut out two pieces of the pillowbox dies with the snowflake patterns and used the corresponding dies to create two holes at the top for both the pieces. I glued the bases to each other and used some ribbon to attach the two top pieces together. To decorate I used the Wonderful Snowflakes and adhered a fussy cut bow (from the DSP sheet with the baubles).
This project is very easy to make if you wanted to have a go yourself.
Here is a list of the items I used:
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