Simple Silver Spotty Box With The Gift Box Punch Board

These diddy little boxes will make perfect table favours for your guests this Christmas – and you can made 4 of them from a 12×12 piece of cardstock!


You will need a 6×6 piece of cardstock for each box.

Simply trim your 12×12 in half (6″) and then trim those pieces down again in half on the long side (again at 6″). I then pressed my Versamark through my chosen stencil (seasonal decorative masks) and then heat embossed with silver. I moved onto the gift box punch board next and scored at the ‘S’ mark  – following the instructions written on the front of the board.

It really is that simple! I then filled them with chocolates and then tied a silver satin bow round to finish them. You can cut and score loads of these in advance and then assemble them when you are ready to use them.

If you would like to view how to use the gift box punch board, I have a video from my Christmas series where I make a larger version of the small spotty box. Here it is:

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