Friday, October 30, 2015

Make It Meaningful: Christmas Die Cut Gift Boxes

I am finding that I'm using my Silhouette machine more and more for gift giving. I love the 3d box shapes available in the store, which make creating gift boxes quick and easy. Here's a look at the boxes I made with the darling "The Story of Christmas" collection from Echo Park Paper.

Christmas Die Cut Boxes. Uses the Silhouette Cameo to cut the boxes. Created by Jen Gallacher.

To create these boxes, you will need to download box shapes that stack together from the Silhouette online store.

I cut one of each of the box shapes from the patterned papers found within the Echo Park Paper collection kit (see supply list below). I assembled them with some folding along the score lines and adhered the sides with liquid glue.

Christmas Die Cut Boxes. Uses the Silhouette Cameo to cut the boxes. Created by Jen Gallacher.


These are small boxes so I filled them with candy:

Christmas Die Cut Boxes. Uses the Silhouette Cameo to cut the boxes. Created by Jen Gallacher.

These boxes would also make for small gifts like earrings, gift cards, and more. They come together quickly and look especially cute when stacked together with a large red bow.

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4 comments:

  1. Which box files did you use Jennifer? Curious...I looked but there are 7 pages of "stacked boxes"
    I love the look of this, these would make great Advents stacked up 3 days together and put a ribbon on them as you did... with tags for each day! TFS The papers are GORGE"OUS!

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    1. That is a FANTASTIC idea. I stacked several flat box files to create this look. Search Silhouette's shop by 3d box and you'll get a ton of options. :)

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  2. These are gorgeous Jen! I love, love, love these papers!

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