"scalloped boxes" created from any of the scalloped squares that you can cut out with the Big Shot.
I used the larger square of the Scallop Square Duo Bigz Dies from the Holiday Mini on my first attempt at these little boxes. I started by running some Baja Breeze cardstock through the Big Shot to create the base.
I then cut flaps on opposite sides of the square as pictured below.
Place Sticky Strip on each of the flaps and you have the base of your box - NO MEASURING.
These boxes are now ready to fill and are the perfect size for some little scallop images to adorn cards or small presents. I even put some Stampin' Dimensionals on the back of each one so they are ready to use!
Depending what you put inside your box, you may need something to help keep everything in place. I decided that I would cut some SU! Window Sheets to act as a cover. For my box, I cut my Window Sheet to 1-1/2" x 2-1/2". I then scored 1/2" from each of the ends and folded the ends down to create a cover for my embellishments. Finally, the bow holds everything in place.
Try these and experiment with where you score your box. For example, if you score the square between the first and second scallops, you will make a larger based box with shollower sides.
Tomorrow we will experiment with a different sized square scallop all together.
Be Inspired by Life,
- Stamps: Tags Til Christmas (120847-Wood, 121169-Clear)
- Ink: Real Red (103133), Garden Green (102272)
- Cardstock: Baja Breeze (111352), Whisper White (100730), Candy Cane Christmas DSP (120809)
- Accessories: Big Shot (113439), Scallop Squares Duo Bigz Die (120903), Medium Window Sheets (114323), Scallop Square Extra Large Punch (119884), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Personal Cutter (104152), Sticky Strip (104294), Real Red Satin Ribbon (117286)