Friday, October 27, 2017

Spooky Cat Pizza Box

Happy Friday, everyone! I had hoped to make a video on how to make this treat pizza box, but I woke up sick this morning. My hubby has had a bad chest cold, and I'm afraid I'm getting it now. My voice doesn't sound too great, so that doesn't work well with a video. LoL I have done one of my regular pdf instruction sheets for you, though.

This box would be perfect for a cookie, but I didn't have one on hand, so I put some chocolate in. Chocolate is always good! 😉 You won't believe how fast this goes together. It would be very easy to mass produce. Of course, it could be adapted to a Christmas treat box by adding Christmas images, and using Christmas Designer Series Paper (DSP). All of the DSP and window sheet dimensions in the instructions below won't need to be changed at all.

  • Basic Gray:  3" x 2-1/4" (cat)
  • Cajun Craze & Whisper White:  scraps (greeting)
  • Spooky Night Designer Series Paper (DSP):  3-1/4" x 3-1/4" (box lid), (4) 3-1/4" x 3/4" (sides of box), 3-1/4" x 3-1/4" (scallop frame)
  • Vintage Crochet Trim:  1"
  • Black Rhinestone Jewels:  1 medium & 1 small
  • Window Sheet:  3" x 3"
  • Pizza Box:  1
  1. Lay the pizza box down so the matte side is facing up. Attach the "box lid" DSP piece to the center of the box lid section (sections with the half-circle cut). Attach the "sides of box" DSP pieces across the center of the side sections of the box.
  2. Lay the #5 circle die (with the smallest being #1) from the Layering Circles Framelits Dies onto the center of the lid, and run it through the Big Shot using the following sandwich:  (beginning from the bottom) Big Shot Platform with thin die adapter, Standard Cutting Pad, box, die, and Standard Cutting Pad. Put Tear & Tape Adhesive along all four edges of the Window Sheet piece. Remove the paper-backing from the adhesive, and attach the Window Sheet onto the center of the lid section, on the inside (shiny side) of the box. This will turn the opening just made into a "window".
  3. Die-cut a scallop circle out of the "scallop frame" DSP piece using the second, largest scallop circle die. Die-cut a circle out of the middle of the scallop circle die-cut using the #5 circle die. Attach the scallop circle frame around the window of the box (on DSP side of lid).
  4. Punch a cat out of the Basic Gray piece using the Cat Punch. Stamp the eyes/nose stamp from the Spooky Cat Stamp Set onto the cat's face using the Tuxedo Black Memento Pad. Wrap the Vintage Crochet Trim around the cat's neck, and attach the ends to the back of the cat's neck. Attach a medium-sized rhinestone from the Black Rhinestone Jewels to the bottom, center of the crochet trim. Attach a small rhinestone underneath the medium-sized one. Attach the cat to the bottom, left corner of the box lid using Stampin' Dimensionals (see first picture in pdf below).
  5. Stamp the "Eat at your own risk" stamp onto a scrap piece of Whisper White cardstock using the Memento Pad. Die-cut it out with the smallest circle die. Die-cut a scallop circle out of a scrap piece of Cajun Craze Cardstock using the second, smallest scallop circle die. Attach the greeting circle onto the center of the scallop circle, and attach it to the top, right corner of the box using Stampin' Dimensionals (see first picture in pdf below).
  6. Fold the box along it's score lines to put it together.


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