Jul 21, 2021

Christmas in July Gift Box


 Hello Friends,


Diane here to share with you my Christmas in July Dies R Us inspiration.  This adorable little box is so fun and easy to create.  I used the super fun Lawn Fawn Scalloped Treat Box and the Scalloped Treat Box Winter House Add-on.  Come take a closer look...




 

This is a perfect little box for some Christmas candy treats for family, friends or co-workers.  Below is  a simple tutorial on how I created this cutie.







First I cut two of the scalloped treat box using some wood papers.








It helps to enhance the score lines with a score board and score tool.  Next, I folded the little box on the score lines and glued the flaps accordingly. Be sure to press them with a bone folder for a crisp edge.



Glue the bottoms together.




Glue the sides together.



Press inside to make sure everything adheres nicely.





Then cut out all the decorative elements.  I used different solid colored cardstock to cut the elements. I cut the roof out of snow white, the door and windows out of white. I used gold for the inside of the window and door. I used a bright green for the wreaths and trees and bright Christmas red for the bows.






All that's left is to put it all together and decorate your gift box.




I wanted some snow to place at the bottom of each side of the box. So I took my Lawn Fawn mini frames dies and cut out only one side of the rectangle frame die. 



 I trimmed off the excess, and adhered it to the bottom of each side of the gift box.


I continued to decorated my box until I was pleased with the outcome.









This was such a Fun little project.  I hope that you will give it a try. Be sure to visit Dies R Us for this and many more fantastic dies and stamps for all your crafty crestions.


Don't forget to come join in the fun at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog. There's a new challenge theme offered on the 1st and 15th of each month and one lucky randomly drawn winner will receive a gift voucher prize to the Dies R Us Store.  





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