Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Pizza Anyone? Mini Pizza Box Tutorial

I love pizza! Actually, I love anything Italian!!! Back to pizza though, how cool are the boxes they come in? Did you ever think about it? I have created these mini pizza boxes to hold a cookie, candy, 3x3 cards, etc. The possibilities are endless! They are so cute and easy to make. You'll love this tutorial!

Supplies You'll Need:
Scor-Pal (or any other means of scoring tools you may use)
6x11 piece of heavy cardstock or double sided patterned paper
Adhesive
Scissors
Mini Pizza Box Tutorial
1) Across the short side of your 6"x11" cardstock, score 1" in from both sides.

2) Across the long side, score at 1", 5", 6" and 10".

3) Cut along the dotted lines as shown in diagram on the left.

4) Fold along score lines into a box, and secure flaps with adhesive as you go along.

Easy, isn't it? And they are so cute!!! If you have any questions, please drop me an e-mail.

I hope you are having a terrific week and getting lots of stamping done!! Thank you for stopping by.

Tiffany

P.S. You'll notice I used the Stampin' Up! Batty for You set again as a little embellishment on this box. I stamped the pumpkin in black ink on orange cardstock. The SU! 1 3/8 circle punch is the perfect size for the entire set. Once I punched that out, I used the SU! Scallop Circle punch to punch out the black background. The SU! Batty for You set is on sale only through Tiffany's Cardtique for -20% off the cover price for the month of September. Order today!!!




5 comments:

luv2scrap said...

This is ridiculously cute and fun. Where in the world did you come up with this idea? Nice work, again! OK, so say you themed it up for Christmas. Can you offer some suggestions -- maybe your readers could too -- on what could be placed inside such a unique decorative carton.

Kim said...

Adorable Tiffany! Love it, can't wait to give it a try. TFS

wendyp said...

This is adorable! Thanks for the tutorial! I can't wait to give it a try!

Niki Estes said...

This is adorable, Tiffany! There are so many great uses for a box like that!

Mary Fish said...

Fantastic details and design . . . .can I add this to the tutorial list on the Pals page? Hugs . . . .M