All you need is one piece of A4 card stock, some means of scoring it, double sided tape, ribbon and embellishments. As you can see I used my Hougie because this is in centimetres. I much prefer my Martha Stewart Score Board but it is in inches.
Along the long edge score at 7cms, 14 cms, 21 cms and 28 cm
Turn the card and score at 7cms and 14 cms.
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Cut along each of the score lines on the long edges to the next score line.
Use corner rounder to shape the corners of the top flaps
It's easier to decorate the sides while it is still flat - although this one is extremely simple. I just die cut some Spellbinders Lacy Circles and added some flowers so that I could get this done quickly.
Add double sided tape to the tab and stick it together. This just shows how it fits together. You can then fasten the base flaps together with wet glue or double sided tape.
Fold two of the top flaps in and punch two holes in the remaining top flaps and thread some ribbon in to fasten it together.
Well that's my tutorial finished. I only hope it makes sense to you!! You can fit three or four Cadbury's cream eggs in, or quite a few choccies, and I think it would probably fit a cupcake too.
I like this so much that I might use it for my table gifts next Christmas. Nothing like thinking ahead!! Although there is plenty of time to find something else!
Have fun! Love and hugs from Christine xx
PS Note for Desiree - hope this works out okay for your Brownies Pack to make!!