Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Ghiradelli Treat Box

This super cute chocolate treat box is made using the Envelope Punch Board.  I'm always looking for new and exciting ways to use my tools in different ways, and creating boxes with the Punch Board is a piece of cake!  This little box would be perfect to give coworkers this holiday season, or a class room full of children.  It can easily be adapted to different holidays or even used as birthday favors!
Start with a piece of 5"X5" Cardstock.  On your punch board line the edge with your 2" mark, punch and score.  Then slide it over to the 2 5/8" mark and punch and score.  Then follow around counter clockwise matching both of the score lines on each side and punching and scoring until you have each side punched and scored.  Then take your Paper Snips and cut out each of the small squares formed, round your corners using the reverse punch on your Punch Board.  Take a glue dot to the point of one of the box folds and attach it to the opposing fold to start to form your box.  Then put another glue dot on each side of your bottom fold and bring it up to close the bottom of your box. 
I decorated this box with the Label Love and A Round Array Stamp set in Christmas colors. 
Supply List:
Cherry Cobbler Cardstock
Envelope Punch Board
Very Vanilla Cardstock
Old Olive Classic Ink Pad
Cherry Cobbler Classic Ink Pad
Artisian Label Punch
7/8" Scallop Circle Punch
Glue Dots


  1. Brianna, this is exactly what I have been looking for. Thanks for sharing

  2. Thank you so very much for sharing this! You've now inspired me to make these for my co-workers for Valentine's Day.

    1. You are so welcome, I'm sure your co-workers will absolutely love them!

  3. Any chance you've done one that will hold TWO Ghirardelli chocolate squares?? These are just adorable!