A while back I had seen a box on one of the Scor-Pal designers’ blogs which was used to package K-cups. That of course drew me in right away. But instead of K-cups, I used my box for hot chocolate mixes and marshmallows to go along with MFT’s Hot Cocoa Cutie à la modes.
I used my Scor-Pal (one of my “must-have” faves) and THESE instructions. You’ll need to scroll down just a bit to get to the box directions. (I found so many fun templates/projects while browsing. I wanted to do something more “involved,” but with all of the recent “rotating” illnesses here, I had to choose something fairly quick and easy.)
After creating my box, I covered the front and sides with patterns from October Afternoon’s Farmhouse collection. I pieced the mug and girl’s tights, and used MFT’s Scallop Ribbon Die-namics (cut in half) to form the scalloped border around the window.
1/8″ Scor-Tape was used to adhere the acetate to the inside lid window.
Before adhering the sentiment strip, I “warped” the center and end to create a wavy “banner-ish” strip.
Be sure to visit the MFT blog for the complete list of participants from both companies. I can’t wait to see all the projects!
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Stamps: My Favorite Things “Hot Cocoa Cutie” (à la modes), “Sassy & Sweet” Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Desert Sand; VersaMagic Wheat Paper: Bazzill Bitter Chocolate, Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate, X-Press It Blending Card, October Afternoon Farmhouse (8×8) Accessories: Copic markers (E00, E11, Y21, YR23, E35, W3, W5, E13, E15, E18, E33, E50, W00, BG70), MFT Scallop Ribbon and Mini Tab Die-namics, Tim Holtz stapler, Scor-Pal, 1/8″ Scor Tape, acetate. Finished card size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, box size 5 3/4″ x 5 3/4″ x 1 3/4″.