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Large Triangular Box using Stampin’ Up! Fruit Stand Paper

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Large Triangular Box using Fruit Stand Paper

Spin it, then Pin it!

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I love this box! I first created it in February 2014 and it was a huge hit then. And then a year later at the Stampin’ Up! Leadership event in Orlando, the lovely home office trainer Donna Griffith shared her version of it, and named me! I was sat at the very back of the auditorium that was housing 1500 demos and nearly fell off my chair!

It’s been copied the world over and I decided it was my turn to remake my project! So this time I’ve gone for the fruity option with the lovely Fruit Stand DSP.

On my original, I used the paper stacks we had at the time which measured 6.5 x 4.5″ but using a panel that little bit longer at 7″ makes for an easier wrapper.

And it’s funny, I liked the Pear Pizzazz version when I made it but much preferred the Real Red one. However, the longer it’s been sat on my desk, the more I’ve fallen for that lovely green. Now I’m wondering what a Peekaboo Peach version would look like!

I also adore the ends of these boxes. They’re so gorgeous aren’t they?

Have a fabulous day everyone, and if you’re now in the mood for Toblerone Chocolate, I’m with you on that…. *runs to the shops*!

S xx

IMPERIAL

Cardstock – 8 x 11″

Score on the LONG side at 2, 9″

Score on the SHORT side at 1, 3, 5, 7″

Designer Series Paper – 4.5 x 7″

METRIC

Cardstock – 20 x 27.5cm

Score on the LONG side at 5, 22.5cm

Score on the SHORT side at 2.5, 7.5, 12.5, 17.5cm

Designer Series Paper – 11.5 x 18cm

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Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing this again, I don’t think I’ve made one since you first shared it. Love the shape.

  2. This box, like all others you make, is amazing! I am going to try making one today. As always thank you for sharing your love of paper crafting and of course your talent!

  3. Belinda says:

    One of my many favorites from Pootles. I made a smaller version last year for my daughter’s 4th grade classmates with mini Toblerone chocolate inside! She became famous!…As always Sam, thank you so very much.

    • Belinda, When I first saw the box I thought right away of Toblerone bars! I bet the boxes you made were adorable!

  4. Robbye Hamilton says:

    Super project Sam. Now you have me wondering how a Sweet Sugar Plum one would look. I guess I better get started on my own.

  5. Dianne Maciosek says:

    Your boxes are all so darn cute! Unfortunately, I now have a couple shipping-size boxes filled with minis of all kinds, since I MUST try each one and then that one’s so cute I have to try one in another color—you know how it goes.

  6. Yes we do love it- love it -love it ,now catching up after hols ,try out my treat you sent to night .love it x

  7. Me, too, I feel like Toblerone . . . today was our charity sale (Caritas) . . . I did your mini-post-it holders with magnet . . . everybody loved and bought them . . . thanks so much for the tutorial.

  8. Denise Ferguson says:

    I love this sweet box! Thank you for the instructions Sam!

  9. Love the box, but the chocolates I bought in the states are 8″ long & your dimensions do not work. What size are the Toberlone in the UK? I really, really want to make this box!!!

  10. Very cute little box. So many wonderful ideas from you that I just don’t know which ones to make. Thanks for another wonderful video and project.

  11. Gloria Westerman says:

    Just wanted to let you know I made two of these for Halloween treats…perfect size to put fruit roll-ups in for my grandchildren…thank you so much for sharing…

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