2×2 Triangular Treat Box Tutorial

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – 2×2 Triangular Treat Box Tutorial

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - 2x2 Triangular Treat Box Tutorial

One of my favourite things to do is just score cardstock and randomly bend it to see what may come out. I often have a project in mind when I’m on a dedicated craft day, but on those days when I’m snatching half an hour at my desk, I am usually crafting on a whim and don’t know what may come out!

Last time I had a snatched moment in time, this came out! I’d been bending half sheets of cardstock up and decided to go triangular for no other reason than I could!

I did a little tweaking to make it an accurate 2×2″ (5 x 5cm) size, but beyond that, it was a wing and prayer that got me here!

What do you think?

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - 2x2 Triangular Treat Box Tutorial Single

Jack, my 12 year old, wandered in at the point I was humming and haahing about twine, and he’s the one who said both. He was right!

And I did have a mid-filming change of heart for the Blackberry Bliss version…. watch and see!

Have a great day everyone, and have some crafty fun!

S xx

Cardstock – 8-1/2 x 4″ (21.5 x 10cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1-1/2, 3-1/2″ (4, 9cm)

Score on the LONG side at 2, 4, 6, 8″ (5, 10, 15, 20cm)

Score on the LONG side to the FIRST horizontal line at 3, 7″ (7.5, 17.5cm)


Cardstock – 1-7/8 x 1-7/8″ (4.5, 4.5cm)

Paper – 1-3/4 x 1-3/4″ (4 x 4cm)

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  1. Isobel Sykes says:

    Morning Sam. These boxes are just delightful and so very cute. Thank you so much for sharing them.

  2. Candy Mills says:

    Love these boxes!!

  3. Hi Sam,
    I just watch your video. The first thing I thought was, the the measurements you mentioned and the one underneath do not seem to fit. You said 8 1/2″, but underneath I see Cardstock – 5-1/2 x 4″ (21.5 x 10cm)
    After your last post about someone complaining, I thought I just let you know…
    Love, Nessie

  4. Dayana Rodriguez says:

    Hey there
    I like his work so loving and so giving the tutorials
    I’m from Ecuador , I would like to know how to do to buy the punch , and they get me here if you can, tell me you could guide me as I do
    Beforehand thanks and blessings .

    Postscript not speak English use google translator

  5. Oh this is so sweet love it anne

  6. Very sweet box, love it’s shape!! tfs!

  7. Terry Molineux says:


    This came just in time. Bought some Pandora charms for my girls and what a great way to package them Thanks so much for sharing! I so love all your creations!

    Inky Hugs,

  8. Marie Campagna says:

    Pure genius. Love it

  9. What a wonderfully sweet little box. Can’t wait to make one or some:)

  10. Hey Sam,
    Luv ur ideas and understanding of craft!!!

  11. Hey Sam,
    Live ur ideas and understanding of craft!!!

  12. Renee McClintock says:

    Love, love! I can hardly wait to watch the video but alas, it will have to wait. I have a toddler who claims she is “starving”….oh the life of a mom. I will be coming back to this asap.

    Thank you for your creations!!

  13. Sam, this is adorable. Thanks ever so much for sharing with those who are box and bag challenged. Debie, from Sunny California

  14. P.S. Just make one of these without the diagonal scoring and a nice size cube of Homemade fudge fits well. Could you come up with a tray to hold 3 (or 4) of these little cuties. I would use this to give a sample of 3 or 4 different types of Christmas candy. Chocolate hugs from Debie

  15. Hi, Sam. Love this project. One thing though. I noticed when you folded the scored lines, you folded them “outwards” instead of folding inwards. That’s why when you folded your box, your scored lines are visible/lumpy as opposed to being smooth. Just a little tip I thought I’d share.

  16. thanks for sharing this delightful little box, just perfect for jewellery gifts but I can see this as part of an advent callendar too

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