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Back in 2008 Carolyn King created a cute Triangle Treat Box tutorial for the Holiday Blitz week on Splitcoast. For my sample for the video I started out a 3″ x 11″ piece of Early Espresso cardstock.  After the box was assembled I layered it’s 3″ square sides with 2 1/2″ squares of Report Card October Afternoon Paper was stitched to a 2 11/16″ square of white cardstock.

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The label was cut with a Framed Greeting Die-namic die and stamped with the matching stamp set. The flower was cut with the Rolled flower Die-namics die out of Cajun Craze Cardstock (Stampin’ Up!). The flower was spritzed with Smooch Spritz for a soft shimmer. The flower was layered on a Olive Silk ribbon bow. A  trinket pin finishes off the flower. Clear Kaisercraft Rhinestones were added to the label to tie in the hat pin.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

11 Responses to “Video tutorial – Cammie’s Triangle Treat Box”

  1. I totally enjoyed your video! I will definitely be trying this one!

  2. You are a genious. Love it and the beach card.

    xo

  3. I so love those rolled flowers Beate. I know I need to get that die too!

  4. Too cute and super duper easy…especially with your handy dandy tutorial!

  5. Adorable box, Beate. I LOVE the flower! Another great tutorial!

  6. Oh how completely GORGEOUS!! I love the stick pin with that rolled flower….I just ordered that die on Wednesday night after the release party and I can’t wait to get it!

  7. This is the sweetest box Beate. I love that rolled ribbon too. It’s beautiful!

  8. I love the die-namic die you used. I picked that up at CHA and just used it for the first time yesterday. It looks soooo pretty on the box and seeing yours I think I am going to roll mine a not quite as tight next time, yours just looks perfect!

  9. This just blows me away! Awesome work Beate!

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