Saturday, 4 December 2010

Santa After Eight Treat Holder - The HOW TO !!!

As promised earlier in the week I am finally posting the details for the Santa After Eight holder.  Sorry for the delay... but snow is still affecting life!!!

So the box is as simple as it comes...... just .....
  1. Cut a 10 x 14cm panel of Real Red cardstock
  2. Score Landscape at 6 and 8 cm  ( ie 14cm across the top)
  3. Score Portrait at 2 and 8 cm ( ie 10cm across the top)
  4. Score, cut & adhere to form box
The punches used are detailed in the original post below but I have also attached a Punch Card Sheet for those of you that prefer something visual!!


And just in case you can't see the dimensions on the card - the white scallop trim is 3/4" x 6 1/2" ( then scallop edge punched)  and the ribbon is 6 1/4" long .

May your Christmas table be full of Santas too!!!!

4 comments:

  1. This is so cute Amanda. Thanks for posting the instructions. Our table will certainly be full of santas now.

    Sara xx

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  2. Yippee - thank you Amanda for the measurements - can't wait to give these a try!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Alex x

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  3. Thanks for sharing the instructions, I will be making some of these for my niece and nephews

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  4. Thank you for sharing, I may now have to add an extra meal to the Christmas break to have these little lovelies on my table.
    You inspire me
    Lisa
    X

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