Hello everyone! ALLISON here and I'm sharing a quick and festive mini gift box to tuck some yummy bath bombs into. Christmas is my most favourite season! Im the person who puts my tree up the first week of November and would put it up earlier if I wouldn't be judged. lol. I love the lights, the music, the food, and of course the family and visitors I get to spend the holiday season with.
SPECTRUM NOIR COLORS
Hedgies - TN3,TN2,TN5,MB2,MB1
Shirt/Shoes - GT3,GT2,GT1
Red - DR7,DR5,CR10
PAPER CUTS & SCORING
1x Coloured Card Stock 9" x 8"
4 x Coloured Card Stock 1 7/8" x 3 7/8"
4x Patterned Paper 1 3/4"x 3 3/4"
2x Coloured Card Stock 1 7/8" x 1 7/8"
2x Patterned Paper 1 3/4" x 1 3/4"
1x Coloured Card Stock 7/8" angled on each end
1x Patterned Paper 3/4" angled on each end
1 x 2 7/8" x 4 7/8"
Start by cutting a 9" x 8" sheet of coloured card stock and scoring on the 9" side at 2", 4", 6"and 8" On the 8" side score at 2" and 6"
Cut along score lines towards the center 4" sections.
Cut away the sides of the 1" and next 2" piece.
Leaving the center section in place. It should look like this
Place small stitched dome die cut on the first row that has not been cut away and run through die cutting machine. Using the snowflake stencil and oxide ink in barn door, ink up the backside of the box. This is the pattern on the inside of the box. Set with shimmer spray and let dry.
Using double sided tape assemble box.
Cut and glue together coloured card stock and glue panels to the outside of
each side of the box.
For the window section run the coloured card stock and patterned paper panel once its glued through the die cutting machine first then attach to box.
Inside base for bath bombs
Cut card stock at 2 7/8" x 4 7/8"
Score on the 2 7/8" side at 1/2" and 2 3/8"
On the 4 7/8" side score at 1/2" and 4 3/8"
Cut along score lines at opposite ends
Run through die cutting machine twice with smallest Double Stitched Hexagon Die to create holders for bath bombs.
Add a strip underneath to help support the center.
Finish the gift box by adding a scalloped dome die cut in front of the window, add acetate to the window and add the stitched dome frame on top, and a snowflake border die cut towards the bottom. Tuck some Pinecone Bough die cuts inked up in mowed lawn oxide for behind the hedgehog. Attach sentiment and hedgie with
foam tape and add some nuvo drops.
Hole punch sides of box to attach a ribbon for a handle to the box.
Great project, fab gift idea! Love it.ReplyDelete
I love how easy it is, but looks so professional, the little hedgehog is super cute too 😍 xReplyDelete
Those Hedgehogs are pretty darn cute!!! This is a fab tutorial!!! Giving me ideas! Thank you so much Allison!!!! <3ReplyDelete
What a great idea!!! Gotta go check..think I have all the dies!! If I don't then Happy Birthday to me! LOLReplyDelete
This is such an adorable gift! Your recipient will be thrilled!ReplyDelete
This handled box is so cute. I LOVE the hedgehog. Great design!!!ReplyDelete
Great idea: use of stencil and hexagon die!ReplyDelete
cute box tutorial...thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Love this, the colors are awesome, it is just adorable!!ReplyDelete
What a darling little gift box, so cute! Thanks for the great tutorial.ReplyDelete
What a great way to present bath bombs to someone as a gift. You have really dressed them up. Thank you for the idea.ReplyDelete
Great idea, but might have to substitute with Lindor chocolates.ReplyDelete
So festive! Cute little hedgehog! What a great idea to use the hexagon die to make a holder! Thanks for sharing 💕ReplyDelete
What an awesome idea. Just went to a baby shower and the favors were bath bombs and this would have been a great way to present them. It was for twins and theme was Oh Baby - 2 peas in a pod. Perfect, thank you.ReplyDelete
What a great idea. I can't wait to try it. I love the little hedgehog.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing how to assemble a cute gift box to hold 2 bath bombs!ReplyDelete
This is a great idea in making a gift/treat box! 🤶🏼🎄🎅🏼
Awesome gift box! I love the clever use of the hex die to make the bath bomb holder! The hedgie is adorable!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the tutorial. Love how it turned out.ReplyDelete
So much fun! Can't wait to try it. Love itReplyDelete
Cute project, and practical too! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Great project! Thanks for sharing this wonderful design.ReplyDelete
Thank you, deafently going to do a few of theseReplyDelete
This is a neat way to give these! I am going to have to try this one!ReplyDelete
Adorable bath bomb gift box!ReplyDelete
This is so cute! I love how you even added detail to the inside of the box.ReplyDelete
How cute is this super cute and thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
Really love this box! Thanks!ReplyDelete
This is Amazing!!!ReplyDelete
That’s how you fit a round ball in a square box. This is a fun presentation fir these bath bombs.ReplyDelete
Cute box idea. Could put chocolate balls in it.ReplyDelete
What a great ideaReplyDelete
Thank you for the idea! Next craft I need to learn... making bath bombs! Haha :)ReplyDelete
I am going to make this for my mom and fill it with Lindt chocolates! What an adorable gift idea!ReplyDelete
Wonderful gift idea, it looks fabulous, inside and out!ReplyDelete
THANK YOU for sharing the tutorial and special finishing touches :)