Welcome to the 8th Day of Christmas
Day 8’s project is a lovely sized gift box and it’s made using our gift box punch board. These are so easy to make and you can make and decorate a bunch of them in advance. They will even store flat and when you are ready to fill them, you just need to stick the sides together.
Now I didn’t exactly follow the instructions on the board. I kept with the XL measurement, but I left out the diagonal line and trimmed where I needed with my snips. It’s all explained on the video tutorial.
As the box opening is at the bottom, I wouldn’t put anything too heavy in there – just in case. A mug would be ok, or in my case – some handmade crochet mittens.
Finished Size: 4 x 4 x 4″
Box: one 12×12 Cardstock – Score on the XL line and miss out the diagonal score line. Score the other two as instructed
Mats: 3.75″ – You will need five of these
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