Thursday, December 6, 2012

Six Pack box by Lori Williams

Today we have another unique and easy package idea for your Christmas gift giving!

Products Used: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, Card Stock, KaiserCraft Turtle Dove Collection,, Pearls, Twine, Punch, JustRite Stamp, Spellbinders.

This is a great little carrier/box for to hold a gift kit, ex: manicure goodies, hot cocoa, or multiple candies. You could really do so many different things.  That part is up to you, but for today I want to share how to create this box.

Step 1: Cut a piece of  of card stock 9 1/2 x 6 3/4 .  Score at 1 1/4 on three sides as shown below.

Step Two: Turn card stock on it's side and score at 6 1/4 just to the previous score line and repeat on the other side.

Step Three: Cut out both flaps on top sides as shown on the picture and cut flaps.

Step Four: Fold on all score lines and adhere together with Scor-tape.  Repeat all steps again to create a second base.

Step Five: Cut Two pieces of card stock 6 1/4 x 6 1/4 and score 1 1/4 inch on 3 sides.

Step Six: Cut slit in bottom flap where you can fold and and adhere together with scor-pal tape.  Apply scor-pal tape around the base piece and the piece just construction and adhere together to form the container.

Step Seven: Apply scor-pal tape on the back of both pieces and adhere together to form carrier.

Step Eight: Cut two pieces of card stock 8 ¾” x 4 ½”. Score at 1 ¼”, 2 ½”, 3 ¾”, 5”, 6 ¼”, 7 ½”. Move the left edge of paper back and forth to make these score lines. Fold one up and one down, making hills and valleys on both.  Apply Scor-Tape in the peaks and adhere.  Your dividers are ready to insert into your carrier.

Decorate your box to your liking.  You can also punch a hole in the top to act as a handle.  


Glennis F said...

Wow! that is a brilliant idea!

Ravengirl said...

Such a cute project! I think it's marvelous!


great project I love it. thank you for share the project!!!

Oma said...

Awesome! Will it hold 6 slim bottles of beer?

Unknown said...

This is so beautiful - love the papers that you used.

Sue D said...

Very versatile for gift giving.

Ava Gavloski said...

great gift box, makes it easy to carry home!!!
ava g

Tkat said...

great project. i have a scoring tool on my paper trimmer...but the scoring pal seems to be such a faster way to go! need one for sure! :)

Lisa R. said...

Great lil gift idea! It seems like the measurement for step 5 is off? I ended up cutting the pieces 61/4 X 63/4.