Boo! Having a bit of punch art halloween fun today with this "so ugly it's cute" Frankie treat holder box! This little frankenstein is hiding behind a tombstone filled with sour gummy worms – a perfect Halloween treat! I have a video tutorial and dimensions below!
There are all manner of treats that would fit in this little box – just pick your favorite!
Here is the video tutorial.
Frankie Treat Box
Card stock 4 ½” x 8 ½”
On the 4 ½” edge score at ½”, 1 ½”, 3”, 4”
Rotate, and on the 8 ½” edge score at 2”, 3”
Cut off sections as shown above, cut wedge out of side tabs, assemble with Tear & Tape.
After cutting away the pieces shown in the photo above, your card stock should look like this.
Apply Tear & Tape as shown.
Pull off Tear & Tape backing and wrap tabs to the back to form the box shape.
Isn't Lemon Lime Twist a perfect Frankenstein color?! Originally I had done a black bow tie – but one of my customers, Carolyn Werlein, decided to do a Lemon Lime Twist bow tie when we made this project in my Halloween Treat Class. I like it even better this way – thanks Carolyn!
This is a punch art project. Punch art is when you create creatures using various punches. Frankie's head, hair and the tombstone on the front of the box are all made with the new Everyday Label Punch from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.
The whites of the eyes, the nose, and the bow tie come from the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch.
The pupils of the eyes are the Stampin' Up! White Perfect Accents – I just colored them black with a Sharpie marker.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Make sure you are following my blog – I will be sharing the other Halloween projects that we made in my Halloween Treat Holder class over the next week! Happy paper crafting!!
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