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Elegant folded cartons
Sometimes appearances do matter: Like in this crafted carton for instance, where home-baked cookies become an even more heartfelt gift.
How to do it:
Extend the template as follows: Trace both side elements again without glue flaps, side X1 on X2. Preparation: For each carton, cover a 25 x 38 cm piece of white cardboard with wrapping paper. To do so, spray a piece of white cardboard with spray glue, then apply a same-sized piece of wrapping paper and press it down flat. Trace the outside edges of the stencil onto the white backside, then trace the dottedd inside lines. Cut out the carton along the outside edges. Preparation: For each carton, cover a 25 x 38 cm piece of white cardboard with wrapping paper. To do so, spray a piece of white cardboard with spray glue, then apply a same-sized piece of wrapping paper and press it down flat.
Cut out the carton along the outside edges. The height of the carton can be varied; the cover and base can't be. Use the star stencil to trace the star.
Cut out the star with the cutter. Save the star; it can be used later as a gift card.
Apply the tesa Easy Stick®ecoLogo along the outside lines of the star.
Glue on a piece of transparent film.
Cut out the triangles along the dotted lines.
Fold the cover and base elements of the carton inwards.
Go over the folds with the folding tool. Then fold the long sides of the carton inwards.
Fold the flaps on both top elements outwards.
Apply Easy Stick®ecoLogo to the side flaps, then glue the carton together.
Hold the flaps in place, pushing them outwards – fold over the base and glue the corners.
Lay the top flaps on top of one another and make 2 holes side by side in the middle.
Cut a star out of the green cardboard, a bit bigger than the white one. Align them at one of the points and punch a hole. Thread the satin ribbon from behind and pull it through the holes in the cardboard. Attach the star gift cards and bells and make a bow.