Tip Top Taupe Triangular Treat Box Tutorial

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Tip Top Taupe Triangular Treat Box Tutorial

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Tip Top Taupe Triangular Treat Box Tutorial

Squeee! I wonder if I ought to make ‘mini stuffs’ a regular day of the week…. It wasn’t my intention to follow the mini milk cartons from Friday with mini triangular treats today, but my team are on a Triangular Mission right now that I decided to join the party! Seriously, check out YouTube for UK Stampin’ Up! demos making triangular boxes, they’re probably all from my team!

Don’t ask me who started the craze, but whoever it is, we’ve all jumped on board!!

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Tip Top Taupe Triangular Treat Box Tutorial  Open

So my treat box is a darling little thing that measures 2 x 2″ (5 x 5cm) and is simply closed with the beautiful In Colour ribbon. Sadly due to retire soon along with the Scallop Circle punch used too.

I hope you have a hunt around YouTube to see some of the triangular offerings out there, or perhaps head to your craft room to make mine!

S xx


Cardstock – 8-1/4 x 5″ (21 x 12.5cm)

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

PART score on the LONG side as per the video at 1, 5″ (2.5, 12.5cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 2, 4″ (5, 10cm)



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Sam Donald

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Cute boxes!

  2. Val Peacock says:

    Love these mini projects, maybe Friday could be mini project day. It could be boxes or 3 by 3 cards. Look forward to seeing many more. Thankyou Sam

  3. Love your triangular boxes!!

  4. Winifred Kennedy says:

    Hi Sam ~ I love all your demonstrations. The only problem I have is some of your boxes are a wee bit small, can you make some a bit bigger. Keep up the good work I love you.

  5. Sweet box Sam! Thanks for sharing your version!

  6. Hi Sam,
    Thanks for your great tutorials! I like them very much. Also thanks for mentioning in metrics, that makes it easyer for us Dutch

  7. Glenna Stutzman says:

    You are so clever. Thank you so much for the wonderful Tutorials.
    From Auburn, California USA

  8. Very cute! The two boxes look great together!

  9. Chinhua Chang says:

    Hi ,I’ve watched your youteb two months, really like your work, I am a Chinese living in Australia, you have the support to Australia?

  10. So sweet. TFS!

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