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October 27, 2011

Witch Hat - Treat Box

Hey Everyone!
LisaB here from Rather B Scrappin.
I am excited share this treat box for The bugbytes.
Thanks to Paper Phenomenon for this idea

You can get two of these boxes on one 12x12 sheet of paper.
I used tag, boxes and more cricut cartridge for both the triangle box and the circles. 
I cut them out at 4.75

After cutting out the shape, score on the score marks. 
Notice the little hole in my box. No clue what that is, so I hid it on the other boxes I made. 

Glue the one flap to create the triangle box with an opening. In the picture above it is the flap that is on the right side of the picture.

Then cut the circles for the bottom of the hat. You will need two, and again can get two hats out of 1 sheet of 12x12 paper.
The circles are cut at 5 1/2 and 4 1/2 

Cut little marks on the round the edges of the circles. Then fold up. 

Attach the two circles together and then the bottom part of the triangle box 

Decorate to look like a hat. I decided to emboss the top part of the hats, which needs to be done before assembling the box. 


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Until next time!

11 comments :

Kelly M said...

Love this. Such a clever idea x

Carole P said...

Thanks so much for sharing this idea, Lisa. I love all of it, but the embossing really makes it special.

Ohhh Snap said...

Very cute, and I love that color combination!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Adorable hat.... love the purple glitter and the embossing on it. TFS

Kymberlee said...

How cute. I really love the embossing :)

Cindy said...

Adorable. Those are a great idea for a party.

Michelle said...

So cute - love it.

mforquer said...

Oh this is super cute! I love the embossing you did and the pop of colors you added too!
So fun,
hugs,
M

Audrey Frelx said...

Oh, how cute!!! What a fun idea! Great job on this project!

Pam said...

Very cute hat. Love it. TFS

Dayna Sabrina said...

This is absolutely adorable. I love the embossing!

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