Christmas In July DAY 3 | Luxury Champagne Presentation Gift Box

Welcome to Day 3 of Christmas in July! Today, we will be making a beautiful presentation gift box for a mini champagne and flute – and it’s very simple to make.

The construction is the same as the box from day 1 – just larger with a few extra sections in the middle. So, now you have seen it, who are you going to make one for?

Base – 12″x 12″ Score 2.5″ on 3 sides
Base side – 12″x 3″ Score 0.5″ on long side & 2.5″ on short side (leave other long side unscored)
Lid – 11 9/16″ x 9 1/16″ Score 1″ all 4 sides
Dividers – 10.5″ x 2.5″, 5.5″ x 2.5″, 8.5″ x 2.5″ Score 0.5 on every short side
Chipboard base & black card cover – 7″ x 9.5″ each
Glitter mat – 6 3/4″ x 9 1/4″
Black mat – 5.5″ x 8 1/8″

Catch up on this series

DAY 1 – DAY 2

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Helen Xx

Materials (Some affiliate links are used at no extra cost to you)

Crafter’s Companion Christmas time die –

Black 12×12 cardstock
Simply Scored – SU!
Fast Fuse – SU!
Bone folder – SU!
Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Gold/Silver glitter card
Gold/silver mirri card
Gold/black ribbon
Medium weight chipboard
Tissue paper or shredded gift paper


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  1. Helen, I’m thoroughly enjoying your Christmas in July series. Each of your projects have been beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

  2. I have just found you online. I love your work, your speaking/teaching style. Enjoying your labors very much, and also I like your silver and gold tissue paper much better than the other type of packing.

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