DIY: TRI­AN­GLE BOX TA­BLE FAVOUR

My Wedding - - PLANNING - By Jac­que­lyn Wil­liams, Stampin’ Up! In­de­pen­dent Demon­stra­tor

You’ll need:

• Mod­ern Med­ley printed pa­pers 6x8 inches • Ba­sic Black card­stock - 2.5 x 2 inches (about 6.5

x 5cm) • Very Vanilla card­stock - 23/8 by 17/8 inches (

about 6 x 4.5cm) • Cherry Cob­bler card­stock for punch­ing out

flower • Pansy punch • Vin­tage Brads • Cherry Cob­bler seam bind­ing rib­bon - about 14

inches (about 35.5cm) • Ba­sic Black ink and a word stamp of your choice • Hole punch • *All prod­ucts are avail­able from Stampin’ Up!

How to

1. Mark each of the half­way points on each of the four sides of the printed paper. Fold from each of the marks to form a di­a­mond shape. You will also need to crease the card in half along the long side, as shown: 2. Fold the box in half along the crease line and over­lap the two sides. Punch holes through each side and thread the rib­bon through and tie to close. You may want to place a small choco­late or gift in­side first. 3. Stamp the word of your choice in Ba­sic Black ink onto the vanilla card or hand­write your guest’s name. Mount to the Ba­sic Black card and ad­here to the front of your box. Punch out 2-3 Cherry Cob­bler pan­sies and ad­here to­gether us­ing the Vin­tage Brad. You can also wrin­kle up the flow­ers or run them through an em­boss­ing folder for more tex­ture if you wish. Ad­here to the front of your box.

*You can also use this as a place­card!

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