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Birthday Fry Box — LeNae Gerig
 

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Designer Tips:Favors are always nice to have at birthday parties and creative packaging always  adds an extra-special touch. Take a look at LeNae’s bright and cheerful birthday fry box design for a festive example! Hint: You will be stamping onto a glossy surface. Avoid smudges by using a StazOn® inkpad—it’s specially formulated to give a crisp impression on glossy surfaces, and it dries very quickly.

Instructions

  1. Place a scrap paper inside the unassembled box to protect the inside back panel from ink. Stamp red dots on both the front and the back of the box.  Let the ink dry.
  2. Lay the flat box on top of the yellow gingham paper and trace the top of the box frame. You will only need this piece to be around 2” tall to cover the visible area. Cut this piece out and glue it to the inside back of the box.  Trim the paper for a perfect fit.
  3. Assemble the box and tie a 13” red/white gingham ribbon around the sides of the box. Secure the ribbon to both the back and the front of the box using Zots™. Attach the “Birthday” Brad Buddy™ centered on the ribbon in the front of the box and secure the edges to the box with a couple of Zots™.
  4. Place party goodies inside the box.

 

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