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FREE PRINTABLE VALENTINE BON BON BOX

Feb 02, 2015   |   Valentine's Day
Momtributor : Wita Puspita
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Sweeten up Valentine's Day with these cute printable bon bon boxes. These can also be used as fun favors and treat containers for any special celebration! 




Materials:

- Color printer

Adobe Reader (Free Download)
- Thick matte photo paper(I've used 250 gsm double sided matter card stock)
- X-ActoKnife
- Double sided tape
- Twine or string, some sweets. 

Instructions:
 
Step 1: Download the PDF file and print onto thick matter photo paper. Please use Adobe Reader to open the file as it will not work with any other software. 
 
Step 2: Using the back of your x-acto knife, score the lines as marked on the template



Step 3: Carefully cut the shape of the box template
 
Step 4: Remove the diamond-shaped white parts on the box template
 
Step 5: Carefully Fold the Candy box 



Step 6: Put adhesive onto the part that says "adhere here", and stick the sides together
 
Step 7: Tie strings / twines at the end of each section



Step 8: Fill them up with sweets and insert the smaller section to the bigger one (the bigger one has the heart on it)


 


Wita Puspita is a stationery-obsessed blogger & illustrator from Australia. Her blog, Design is Yay, encourages creativity in everyday life through printables, simple DIY's and design tutorials. Follow her latest projects on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram

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