Round Top Lunch Box


Round Top Lunch BoxRound top lunch boxes are one of those nostalgia items that never really goes out of style. Even if we never had a lunch box like it, we know someone who did. And the shape is perfect for so many different purposes! Treasure chests, steamer trunks, toy boxes and… of course, lunch boxes. Today’s project starts with a basic round top box that is hinged in the back. Then we let the Pazzles Inspiration Creative Cutter do its magic by die cutting an adorable girl silhouette and other accents to glamorize this box for some very special beauty treats.

What will you do with the round top box? Pirate Booty? Antique treasures? Dad’s Tool Box?  Treats for Teacher? The choice is yours and we would love to have you share your creations in the Craft Room Albums!

~Chris and Tatum

Supplies:

• Box Base and Lid: ‘Star,’ Classic Calico by Studio Calico
• Accents: Pink, Cream, Tan, White, Black Cardstock
• Pink Ribbon
• 3-Dimensional adhesive
• 12 Brads
• 2 Eyelets
• Liquid Glue
• Chalk or Ink

 

Click here for the PDF instructions for the Round Top Lunch Box.

Click here for Round Top Lunch Box cutting files in WPC

Click here for Round Top Lunch Box cutting files in AI and SVG

 

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7 thoughts on “Round Top Lunch Box

  • Trina M. Macko

    cute.. but the .pdf is a bit confusing.. first there is almost the whole purse cut out in pink, then the second steps below that show the hound toothed white and brown.. .do we add hound toothed pieces of paper OVER the pink base, or is it just another purse that is hound toothed and brown instead of making it pink? Thanks.

  • Amanda_H

    Trina, sorry for the confusion. We weren’t able to take the assembly photos at the same time we made the final piece. When you see the pink in the assembly photos in the PDF, it is the same as the houndstooth in the final pictures. Hope that helps!

  • Tracie Lelekatch

    After two attempts at the top I finally got this put together. I did find that I had too mirror one of the side pieces of the top so that it would fit correctly. I plan on putting it on my desk for my Pazzle tools!

  • angie contreras

    I love this little lunch box 🙂 I will definetely be making this for my little sunshine. thanks for the great file .