What’s Red and White and Cute All Over?

Envelope Punch Board Tutorial - Make Your Own Long, Skinny Treat Boxes! Project by LovenStamps

Why it’s a fun treat box that you can create with your Envelope Punch Board (133774)!  Let me teach you how to make these sweet boxes. The size is perfect for a holiday lip gloss, a trio of Hershey’s Kisses or the gift that every teen loves… cash!

Wait, here’s another thought – what about a pre-paid Paper Pumpkin subscription? That’s another great gift for anyone from the tween/teen age and on up!  You can pick from a 1-, 3-, 6- or 12-month pre-paid subscription and order through my online store. 

When you’ve ordered, you’ll get an email with a subscription code.  Just print off the cute gift card in the email and add the code – then fold up the card and place it inside one of these treat packets!

Long & Skinny Envelope Punch Board Treat Box

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  1. Begin with a 4-1/2″ x 6-1/2″ piece of card stock or Designer Series Paper. Or for pre-cut papers, just grab a sheet from one of the Designer Series Paper Stacks – like the Trim the Tree DSP Stack (135824).
  2. Score the paper at 1″, 1-1/2″, 2″, 4-1/2″, 5 and 5-1/2″.  Then rotate 90 degrees and score the other direction at 1″, 2″, 3″ and 4″.
  3. Now grab your Envelope Punch Board. Fold on one of the short score lines and punch the folded edge at 1-1/2″. 
  4. Repeat for all the short score lines AND the unfolded edge of the 1″ section.
  5. Flip the paper over and punch again at 1-1/2″ on each folded score line from the opposite end.
  6. Fold on the score lines, adhere along the long edge with Sticky Strip.
  7. Slide your candy inside, then gently use the ribbon to tie up the box ends.

Now just decide who’s going to receive your cute treat!

Envelope Punch Board Tutorial - Make Your Own Long, Skinny Treat Boxes! Project by LovenStamps

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