A great gift for coffee lovers.
Anti-Bac Coffee Gift Box
by Phyllis Shepherd, Independent Stampin’ UP!® demonstrator
Whisper White Cardstock - #100730
Crushed Curry Cardstock - #131199
Coffee Break Designer Series Paper - #144155
Bone folder - #102300
Multipurpose Liquid Glue - #110755
Stampin’ Dimensionals- #104430
Stampin’ Trimmer - #126889
Envelope Punch Board -#133774
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine - #143263
Magnetic Platform - #130658
Coffee Cups Framelits - #143745
Corrugated Elements - #144158
Coffee Café – #143677
- Crushed Curry Cardstock – 5 ¼” x 5 ¼”
- Punch and score @ 1 ½” & then at 2 7/8” on the first side; then rotate 90⁰ to the left. Use the score guides on the remaining 3 sides to complete 8 punches and score lines. Use the rounder on the side of the punch board to round only the top flap of the box.
- Burnish the scored lines with the Bone Folder and then cut as shown in the picture. Notice the cuts on the rounded flap (the top of the box) are cut downward and the flaps for the bottom are cut sideways.
Below: Measure over from the scored line 1 ½” as shown in the picture. Cut the tip off each side so it will go together correctly. If you download the file link below at the end of the last photo, you can see what it will look like.
Take the bottom flaps and begin to form the box. Use Liquid Glue to adhere the flaps to the side panels and
then the trimmed panels to the front to form the box. You should insert the Anti-bac container inside to ensure
a proper fit. Hold until the glue has set.
- Stamp the saying from Coffee Café in Crushed Curry Ink on a piece of Whisper White Cardstock.
- Coffee Break Designer Series Paper - 1 ½” x 6 ½”, form this around the box and adhere in the back.
- Use the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine to make a ‘sandwich’ in this order: Magnetic Platform, a standard cutting pad, the stamped image and the oval die from the Coffee Cups Framelits Dies, and lastly the other standard cutting pad. Run this ‘sandwich’ through the machine. Layer this piece to an oval from the Corrugated Elements. Adhere the mat to the front of the box with a Stampin’ Dimensional.
If you would like a file of this project or would like to see how the box is pieced together, click the link below:
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