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Candy Box Template

Post #2 today for Club La-La Land Crafts!  

If you missed my interactive Double Wiper Card earlier today, click HERE to see it (or scroll down one post if you're here on the blog).  

Here's a lil Christmas treat dispenser/box for a desk or counter at work, your own home décor, or for gift giving!  I also have a template for you so you can make one too :)   

This box features the November Club La-La Land Crafts Kit.  Even though this kit is no longer available for purchase to new subscribers, you can subscribe now to start with December's kit (which will be revealed on Dec. 15th)!  I'm so excited to see what December's kit will be!!

Club La-La Land Crafts Nov 2021, Sweater Dress Marci, treat box, Scurry Over

Club La-La Land Crafts Nov 2021, Sweater Dress Marci, treat box, Scurry Over

This box is meant to be a sort of dispenser or candy holder, not so much a gift box.  It does hold about 6 of the mini Mint Patties, or a mix of wrapped candies as pictured below.  

Club La-La Land Crafts Nov 2021, Sweater Dress Marci, treat box, Scurry Over

Club La-La Land Crafts Nov 2021, Sweater Dress Marci, treat box, Scurry Over

and lastly, here is the BACK of my box with room to write a message!

Club La-La Land Crafts Nov 2021, Sweater Dress Marci, treat box, Scurry Over

ADDITIONAL PRODUCTS USED:

TEMPLATE & INSTRUCTIONS:

Club La-La Land Crafts Nov 2021, Sweater Dress Marci, treat box, Scurry Over
  1. CUT your base cardstock at 9 inch x 8-1/2 inch
  2. Along the 8-1/2 inch side, SCORE at 2-1/8 inch and 6-3/8 inch
  3. Turn cardstock clockwise 90 degrees and SCORE at 1-3/8 inch and 3-1/2 inch.  Keep cardstock in place
  4. Place a pencil MARK at 4-7/8 inch - and repeat on opposite side parallel your 1st mark
  5. CUT from your 4-7/8 inch marks diagonally up to the top of the scored lines you made in step 2 (sections A & B)
  6. CUT on the 1-3/8 inch and 3-1/2 inch score line just up to the horizontal score line and cut away (C & D)
  7. CUT about 1-1/2 inches off the bottom tabs (E & F)
  8. Fold along all score lines (they will all fold IN) and burnish (crease well with bone folder)
  9. Add score tape (or tear n' tape) to the back-side of tabs K & M and attach the tabs just inside the bottom edges of sections G & I
  10. Add DSP cut at 5-1/4 inch x 4 inch to section H
  11. Add DSP cut at 1-1/4 inch x 4 inch to the front side of section L.  You can add an even smaller piece with a sentiment on it if you wish, OR instead of the DSP.
  12. *Optional - you can add DSP to the diagonal sides if you wish.
  13. CUT a piece of white cardstock at 5-1/4 inch x 4 inch --- you may stamp images to it if you wish and/or write your message, then adhere to the back of box to the back of box.  
  14. Fill with candy or place a cellophane bag filled with candies for your recipient!  

Club La-La Land is a monthly subscription featuring exclusive coordinating stamps and dies at a great price! You can choose between 3 kits that you'll receive in your package each month...

  • Stamps and Dies 
  • Stamps only
  • Dies only 
You will also get step-by-step project tutorials from the Club La-La Land Crafts Design Team as part of your subscription!

A BIG PERK to being a club subscriber: you will have the option to purchase some of the past kits at the original Club kit price! For non-subscribers, once the kit month has ended, it will be another 6 - 12 months before the items will be available for purchase individually in the shop. So it's a great perk to being a subscriber!!

Check out the Club La-La Land Crafts blog to see the amazing projects from the rest of the design team!!

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*Note: This post contains some compensated affiliate links at no cost to you. It just means that if you click on the links and purchase the product, I will get a small percentage of the purchase to help support my crafting addiction.

 Thank you so much for vising ...

Happy Inking!

Comments

Oh my goodness! All of your cards are so stinkin' adorable! And this one is the cutest ever! :)

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