Isn't this adorable--a Teeny Tiny Treat Holder. It's great for just a couple of Hershey Kisses or that darling pair of earrings...whatever "treat" you want to give that is small. This little box takes only a few minutes and you can whip out several for teachers, co-workers, stocking stuffers...and on and on.
I'll give you the directions--but basically you need your Stampin'Up! Trimmer and your Envelope Punch Board...they are quick and easy.
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Here are the simple directions:
1. Cut designer series paper 4 1/4 X 2 7/8; score the long side at 2 and 4"; score the short side at 1/2 & 2 3/8". (You'll have 2 tiny squares at the corners (see template) cut these out.
3. Cut on all the score marks (shown in solid black marker on the template); using your Trimmer, score as shown on the dotted lines on the template.
4. Place Tear & Tape on the good side of the 1/2" piece (far right end of template), fold paper in half with the 1/2" piece tucked in so that it adheres to the under side of the opposite end.
5. With the paper still folded in half--use the corner rounder of the Envelope Punch Board and round the two top corners; open up the bottom end (4 flap end) and adhere Tear & Tape to the wrong side of 2 opposite flaps. Fold in the untaped opposite flaps, then fold in the taped flaps and seal. Cut a 1" square of the designer paper and adhere over the bottom with multipurpose liquid glue.
The top now pinches open to insert your gift. Now you can decorate your tiny box with ribbon, bows, holly....
Here's the supply list