Ornamented Baker’s Box
The thing I like best about the Baker’s Box Thinlits™ Dies is that the box can be folded flat until you need to use it. You don’t have to tape down the bottom unless you’re using the box for a heavy gift. Otherwise, just folding it closed works very well.
I decorated the box front and back with Gold Foil Sheets, Delicate Ornament Thinlits™ Dies and Metal-Rimmed Pearls. The Pearls are colored with a mixture of alcohol and Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill. See how in yesterday’s article, More Red & Green for Christmas. I would have decorated the two sides with the smallest Delicate Ornament Die, but I didn’t have room on any of my Gold Foil scraps.
To die-cut the handle, line the die up on the handle area of the box and cut with the Big Shot. Then trace the opening on the other handle, line up the die and cut. The two openings will match perfectly. Do the handle cut-outs before you start assembling the box. I tied a bow with Whisper White Stitched Satin Ribbon dyed with Mossy Meadow Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill. Be sure to follow the directions in yesterday’s article as above.
- Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill 
- Mossy Meadow Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill 
Tools & Adhesive
Ribbon & Trim
- Big Shot 
- Big Shot Magnetic Platform 
- Baker’s Box Thinlits Dies 
- Delicate Ornament Thinlits Dies 
Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150. You’ll receive 3am Stamper Rewards for every $50 catalog product purchased at one time. To order what you need to make your own Ornamented Baker’s Box, just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar or on any of the product links in this article.