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Triangle Box Adhesive FREE

A friend of mine showed me a box she thought would be cute for the craft fair that I participate int. The one she showed me had a pair of cute little fuzzy footies in it. So I did a little searching on Pinterest and found this one by Linda Parker of the UK.


I love her idea of hanging these on a Christmas tree, which I may also borrow for a Christmas Tea that I want to throw for a few of my friends this holiday season. They are perfect for the odd shaped gift and stocking stuffers!


Here is my trio of cute little boxes.



This first one I made with Simply Elegant DSP in Very Vanilla, and has a bit of gold foil and hints of gray. The tags are die cut with the Tailored Tags dies with a bit of gold trim from the Simply Elegant Trim combo. The ribbon is some retired Very Vanilla with a bit of gold metallic edging.


Linda mention how cute these would be hanging on a Christmas tree, that got me to thinking about using the Whimsy & Wonder DSP! It has lots of cute trees in it and one side of each of the designs has foiling. So I chose this one! This photo doesn't do justice to the paper. I used a little Pool Party sheer ribbon. The sentiment is from the Wrapped In Christmas stamp set and is embossed in silver and die cut with Warm Wraps dies and the background layer is from the Silver Metallic Specialty foils in the mini catalog. The rhinestones are from the Holiday Rhinestones collection.

This last one is also made using the Simply Elegant DSP. I LOVE the copper foiling on this black background. I die cut a piece of copper foil using the same dies above. and this is also stamped in copper embossing powder, although in the photo they look gold. :-(


Here's is the video from my "Tuesdays At Two" Facebook live, on August 31, 2021. Make sure you subscribe to my Facebook Group page to catch me live. I'd love to hear from you!

Dimensions & Instructions:

To make the box you will need a 12" x 4" piece of DSP.

  • score at 6"

  • make a mark at the 2" point on both short ends.

  • draw a line from the 2" mark to the 6" score line on all four sides

  • score on the above line

  • fold on the score lines

  • hold the box closed and punch a hole through all 4 layers.

  • cut about 16" of ribbon

  • tie closed with a ribbon

Supplies used on the boxes:


Hope you enjoy this project! If you do please like and share!


Thank you for stopping by!




Images: ®Stampin' Up!



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