Scrapbook paper has become a love of mine in the past few years. It’s so versatile when it comes to crafting. I’m sure you’ve seen a few examples on the many craft blogs out there. Decoupage, origami, decorations… You name it. You can even make gift boxes with it, which is what I’m going to show you how to do today.
It’s really easy and only take about 15 mins. It’s great for holding little trinkets, candy, notes or whatever small objects you might want to gift.
- Glue stick
- Scrapbook paper
- Embroidery thread
You can ignore the hole punch. I’m not sure what I was thinking there.
Click on the image of the template above to expand it to size. Then print it.
If you’re using regular light-weight scrapbook paper, you can print it directly onto the paper.
I used cardstock scrapbook paper (thick paper) so I can’t print the template directly onto it. If you’re in the same boat, use your cut-out template to trace the template onto the scrapbook paper. Then, cut it out.
Use the dotted lines on the template as a reference for where to fold. Make those folds on your scrapbook paper like in the image above.
The sections you folded have created tabs. Fold both sides inward and glue the tabs to the inside of the box. As you can see, the largest sections have become the top and bottom of the box.
Now you have a uniquely patterned gift box to hold gifts or for storage. So cute!
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