More June Tips & Tricks

by Jana Lillie


Create a "Fry Box" Party Favor

At your next party, you can fill bags with prizes for party guests, but why not pull out the creative stops and hand out cute "fry box" favors instead? Following are Jaime Ward's easy instructions:



fry box step 1

1. Click here to download the "Fry Box Scoring Guides" PDF. Put the desired scrapbook paper in your printer (positioned so it will print on the wrong side) and print the file.



fry box step 2

2. Trim along the outer solid lines of each box (the pattern includes two). Use a bone folder or embossing stylus to trace along the dotted lines, applying heavy pressure to "score" the paper. Tip: Use a ruler to help when tracing along straight lines.


fry box step 3

3. Fold along the lines (positioning the front flap on top of the back flap) and use adhesive to glue the sides shut. When the box is folded, the bottom will curve up like a fry box does.


Digital Bonus! You can also create these boxes digitally. To download Jaime's PNG files for use in your software program, click here and here. [TP-FRY-D-PNG1-6 and TP-D-PNG2-6].



fry box favor by Jaime Ward

Girly Fry Box by Jaime Ward. Supplies Cardstock: Provo Craft; Patterned paper: Glitz Design; Stamp, ink, embossing powder and scallop punch: Stampin' Up!; Ribbon: C.M. Offray & Son; Adhesive: Duck Adhesive Rollers.



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