Monday, August 16, 2010

Creepy Treats Boxes


Whoo Hoo! My Creepy Treats Boxes can be found on page 38 of Paper Crafts Magazine (September/October)! To celebrate, I thought that I would share some detailed instructions on making these boxes.



Instructions

1. Cut 2 strips of black cardstock each 1 inch wide; make one strip 9 inches long and the other 9.5 inches long.
2. Cut 2 scallop circles in black cardstock, with Spellbinder scallop circle d ies (approximately 2.75 inches in diameter).

3. Adhere ends of strips of paper together to form a ring (overlapping by 1/2 inch). These 2
rings will form the sides of the box. One ring will be smaller than the other and they fit inside each other.

4. Adhere one ring on each scallop circle. You will want to use a 'clear and fast drying glue' - I have used Diamond Glaze or Beacon's 3-in-1. I recommend placing the bead of glue on the inside of the rings to hide any drips! Repeat this step with the other ring and scalloped circle and Taa-Daa you now have a box!




5. Cut circle of Green cardstock with the coordinating Spellbinder's circle.

6. Stamp polka dots with Papertreyink 'Polka Dot Basics.' I used white acrylic paint.

7. Stamp Papertreyink 'Spooky Sweets II' circle and 'Creepy Treats' sentiments on green circle.

8. Adhere the green circle to top of box.


EDIT: The stamps (polka dot basics, spooky sweets II) used for this project, are both from www.papertreyink.com.

16 comments:

  1. CONGRATULATIONS Shelly!!! So deserved!!! Your box is adorable!!!!!!

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  2. Shelley
    Congratulations this is soooooo exciting! What an honor! I absolutely Love these boxes so cute!

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  3. Yay!! Oh I'm so excited for you Shelly!!!! Congrats the treat boxes are too cute!! :)

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  4. Wow!! Congrats!! These are super cute!! TFS

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  5. Super cute and so simple! Thanks for sharing and congrats on the publication!

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  6. Super cute! Thanks for sharing how to make these! And Congrats on getting published - it is a TOTAL high isn't it???

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  7. Wow! Congratulations !!!! What an awesome project and for getting published!!!

    Where did you find the stamps you used?

    Thanks,
    Sherry

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  8. Congrats on getting published. What a great project. Love it.

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  9. Congrats on getting published! How exciting! Very versatile boxes, can easily be created for any holiday!

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  10. Very cool! I just got my copy of the magazine in the mail. I will have to check this out. Great job!!

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  11. Congrats on being published! It must be an amazing experience! Thank you for coming up with this cute project!!
    Kim
    Kasot@aol.com

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  12. Shelly,
    Congratulations super thrilled that others see your exceptional talent. Nice to see you published!
    Thanks for sharing.

    Nettie

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  13. Oh my ...congratulations....I agree...so well deserved. Thank you for the tutorial!

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  14. Congrats and must be a great feeling! Awesome project.

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  15. hi!

    Wanted you to know I posted a link to this tutorial today on my blog, PaperFriendly.

    Nancy Ward
    PaperFriendly
    http://www.nancywardcrafts.com

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