Diagonal Hinged-Lid Box

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My project today is a Diagonal Hinged-Lid Box!

Here’s a view of the top of the box:

And here’s what’s inside:

It’s sized to fit a Bath & Body Works PocketBac Hand Sanitizer, but you can fit many other things in it! The finished size of the box is 2-3/4″H x 1-3/4″W x 1″D.

This box is so quick & easy to make! And you can change it up for so many different occasions! I’ve used quite a few retiring products, so if there’s anything that catches your eye, order it TODAY! Otherwise it will be gone! Plus, I think the Designer Series Paper, stamp set, and die set are all on sale!!

Without further ado, here’s my video tutorial:

And here are the templates:

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful & blessed day!


  • Grapefruit Grove (box base) – 3-3/4″ x 4-3/4″
    • Score on all 4 sides at 1″
  • Share What You Love DSP (box lid) – 3-3/4″ x 4-13/16″
    • Score on all 4 sides at 1″




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About Julie DiMatteo

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2 thoughts on “Diagonal Hinged-Lid Box

  1. Hello Julie: Once again you totally WOWed me with this beautiful box, I love the diagonal edge, it gives it a very sweet and elegant look.
    I’ve been so busy with my hubby on vacation, we’ve gone on short little trips around Chicago and went to South Bend, Indiana for a visit with his cousin.
    I’ve been catching up with your amazing projects, all of them are as beautiful as they are useful and adorable.
    A few weeks ago I made ten Essential Boxes for my youngest daughter, who works as a school bus driver, to give to her co-workers on their last day of work next Wednesday, she loved them so much so thank you, thank you for always sharing your talent and creativity on your blog, I enjoy watching you create all of these little projects.
    I hope you have a wonderful week.
    Sending hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.

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