Once in a while, I find a cutting file that is so versatile that I keep finding new ways to use it. The cutting file for today’s Ornament Box is a perfect example. On Friday we added the Round Box cutting file to the library, but you might recognize this file from the fall Cornucopia project. It started as a pumpkin for the Cornucopia and with a few adjustments it became an apple and a pear for the cornucopia as well.
Since we are all in a holiday mood it did not take long to see its potential as an ornament. I reduced the size and turned it into a box to create the Round Box cutting file. I thought it would make a great ornament box that could be filled with candy or a gift. To make the project a bit more special, I created panels of patterned paper for each edge of the ornament. As a bonus I’ve shared the cutting file for these panels below. I used a large eyed needle to thread a small ribbon through the top as a hanger. I filled it with candy and tied it closed with a ribbon. Imagine the fun of sending the kids to the tree on Christmas day to find their ornament treat.
- Maroon Cardstock: WorldWin ColorMates
- Print Cardstock: DCWV Old World
- Ranger Ink Stickles Glitter Glue
- Strong adhesive (Glossy Accents by Ranger Ink used in example)
- Large-Eyed Needle
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