Duo Ferrero Rocher Treat Boxes




Give the sweetest thanks with duo ferrero rocher chocolate boxes, perfect for friends, teachers and more.

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Step 1: Things You Will Need


Scoring board with bonefolder



7 3/4 by 6 1/4 inches cardstock for the base of the box

6 1/2 by 3 inches cardstock for the cover of the box

Pattern paper and a piece of off-white cardstock for sentiment tag


Versafine black ink pad

acrylic block

Clear sentiment stamps

Step 2: For the Base of the Box

1)Take the 7 3/4 by 6 1/4 inches cardstock. Score at 1 inch and 1 3/8 inches from every side.Fold the scored lines with bone folder.

2)Cut the scored box (cross with black marker) on every four side.

3)Cut a little notch so the box will fold neat and nicely.

4)Put the glue on the flaps as shown in the pictures and don't forget to put a brad on the front side of the box and fold the flaps on the inner side of the box.

Step 3: For the Cover of the Box

1) Take the 6 1/2 by 3 inches cardstock. Score at 1 3/8, 2 7/8,4 3/8, 5 7/8 on 6.5 inches sides.

2)Put the glue on the flap after 5 7/8 inches, wrap around the box and make sure it's lose enough so the box can easily pull out.

Step 4: For the Sentiment Tag

1) Stamp the sentiment and cut it in oval shape with scallop scissor.

2) Paste the sentiment tag on top of the box.

Step 5:

And duo ferrero rocher thank you box is ready. Its really easy , you can also make it for christmas , teachers day, friends, wedding favour boxes, treat boxes and much more.

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    DIY KING 00

    1 year ago

    very welldone instructable.

    Nice Idea and very neat work as always.

    voted and wishes are with you.

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