I adhered the sides together first. From the un-dashed end, I punched an oval that is going to create a handle. To make sure that you get the punched out hole where you want it, first punch the oval from scrap and with removable adhesive, place it exactly where you want your punch out to be on your box.
Then line your punch up and punch out the oval thru both front and back of the box.
Decorate your box and fill with Halloween treats and goodies!Cutting Café blog in the morning to see the lovely designs from the rest of the team.
**I am also linking this up for Paper Issues Halloween challenge.
Beautiful box Debbie! I am glad you figured out how to remove the "corn candy" as you call it! LOLReplyDelete
wow i would have never thought of this, what a fab idea....you always have awesome ideas....hugsReplyDelete
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Ok I will try this again,( auto correct???). Love these, I will be using this idea for sure.ReplyDelete
Hey, now that's clever! I don't have an oval punch, but I bet I could do the same thing with my Silhouette software, creating an oval shape. You've inspired me! I have to try it! Thanks so much for the great idea and I love your purse pillow box!ReplyDelete