Sunday, December 16, 2012

Tiny Treasure Box by Scor-pal Guest Designer Penny Ward

Hello Scor-Pal friends, Penny here again as a guest designer and I have really quick treasure box for you to make and give away or add to your tree. A tradition at our home is to find a tiny gift on the tree, and these cute treasure boxes could hold a small piece of jewelry, or a handmade gift certificate, etc. Maybe you could start a new tradition of your own this year.

Get your Scor-Pal and card stock and
Let’s make a box…..

Scor-pal Scoring Board
Dark Green Card Stock 6 x 6 pad
Aspen Frost Patterned paper (Basic Grey)
Crop-o-dile eyelet punch
Green cord

For one box you will need card stock cut at 4 1/2 x 3 1/4 inches. Score at 7/8 inches on each side. Cut a slit from edge to score line along both long edges as shown above. Use Scor-Tape on “flaps” of short ends to make a box.

For the “Sleeve” of the matchbox, you will need a piece of card stock or Patterned paper measuring
6 x 2 3/4 inches. Score at 1”, 2 1/2”, 3 1/2”, 5'”.
Crease along score lines and glues ends together making a “sleeve”.

Slide box into sleeve. Attach an eyelet as desired, tying a knot with cording to make a hanging ornament.

You can then decorate to your hearts desire. In these examples, I attached a Spellbinders Poinsettia & Snowflakes.
Tied with a bow, these small Matchboxes would make a great gift holder for a Teacher, Postal Worker etc.

I hope you have a wonderful Holiday.
Love & Liquid Pearls,


Glennis said...

Love this cute idea - thanks

Sue D said...

Very cute treasure boxes.

Sandra H said...

So beautiful x

Anonymous said...

wow that was fast and cute. simple enuf to make. tfs

Larissa Heskett said...

AWESOME!! I LOVE the FUN BOX!! THANKS for sharing the tutorial its so USEFUL to know how to make things like this because of all of their uses!! THANKS AGAIN for all of the FUN and INSPIRATION this week on the Blog Hop!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

Ava Gavloski said...

must add this to my bucket list for next christmas.. thanks for the share ..
ava g

Jean said...

Gorgeous projects!

Ravengirl said...

Very cute! This is such a great idea!