Candy Wrapper Box

Today’s project is a Candy Wrapper Box that I demonstrated during this week’s Weekly Wednesday Facebook Live!

Here’s a different view:

And here’s what I fit inside (two tea lights!):

I’d like to credit both Samantha Clayton and Dee Copus-Reed for this idea! Samantha originally shared the idea and Dee made a few minor changes to make it easier to close. I decided to change the measurements to create a shorter version sized perfectly to fit 2 tea lights or a Ferrero Rocher or any number of things!

Here’s my video tutorial:

Here’s the template:

I hope you’ll give this project a try! If you do, please share pictures with me or post to social media with the hashtag #paperpixie and I’ll check them out! Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful & blessed weekend!


MEASUREMENTS:

  • Call Me Clover cardstock – 4-1/2″ x 6-1/2″
    • Score along 4-1/2″ side at 1/2″, 1-1/2″, 3″ and 4″
    • Score along 6-1/2″ side ONLY between 2nd & 3rd horizontal score lines at 1-1/2″, 3″, and 4-1/2″ and then score all the way down at 6″
    • Then, along the 6-1/2″ side,  score at 2-1/4″ and 5-1/4″ ONLY down to the 1st horizontal score line at both the top and bottom
    • Create diagonal score lines as pictured in the template
    • Then, score along the 6-1/2″ side at every 1/8″ ONLY down to the 1st horizontal score line at both the top and bottom
  • Pool Party cardstock – 1-3/8″ x 1-3/8″ (4 pieces)
  • Animal Expedition DSP – 1-1/4″ x 1-1/4″ (4 pieces)

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6 thoughts on “Candy Wrapper Box”

  1. Terrific project! I am making these using the “welcome” sentiment to give our new staff members next week. I plan to fill with treats to welcome them!

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  2. what a great little box… super cute!.. thanks for sharing… I also saw your die storage method … it looks really neat and efficient… I am going to try this method.. do you store your dies that match some of your stamps using this method or with the stamps? I can see advantages to doing it either way but was wondering how you do it.. thank you.

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