Today’s project is so quick and easy it really doesn’t need instructions, but since I know some folks will ask if I don’t explain how it’s done, I will. This little treat is a lemon lime dream. Lemon Lime Twist paper (from the Eastern Palace Designer Series Paper) and actual lemon lime jelly beans match perfectly. And you know how I like stuff to match! 

You can whip up a bunch of these little treats, in any color you choose, in no time. The box goes together in seconds. Wouldn’t they be darling on a table, maybe one box on each place setting? Or if you need a bunch of cute little somethings in a hurry for a gathering, your child’s classmates, coworkers, you name it! Just think of all the possibilities!

FYI, a little square Pandora charm box fits inside this treat box perfectly. I’m thinking a ring box would as well.

 

Here’s what I made:

2" x 2" acetate box filled with Jelly Beans and decorated with Stampin' Up! DSP and a Bow made with the Bow Builder Punch 2" x 2" acetate box filled with Jelly Beans and decorated with Stampin' Up! DSP and a Bow made with the Bow Builder Punch 2" x 2" acetate box filled with Jelly Beans and decorated with Stampin' Up! DSP and a Bow made with the Bow Builder Punch

 

Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my Stampin’ Trimmer:

  • Eastern Palace Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP) cut to 1″ x 9″, then scored at 2″, 4″, 6″, and 8″

Cut using the Bow Builder Punch:

  • a scrap of Whisper White card stock
  • NOTE: cut twice to have enough pieces for one bow. There will be one small piece left over.

Assembled the project:

  • assembled a Clear Tiny Treat Box
  • NOTE: when folding in the bottom flaps, you’ll see there’s one flap with 2 sticky-outy pieces, one flap with 1 sticky-outy piece, and the 2 side pieces. Fold them in this order: 1) 2 flap, 2) side flaps, 3) one flap, tucking it’s tongue into the slot created by the other flaps.
  • put the jelly beans inside
  • wrapped the DSP around the box and glued the ends together on the bottom
  • assembled the bow using glue
  • NOTE: you may notice the fold lines in the bow. I didn’t burnish, or curl, the paper with a Bone Folder before assembling the pieces. Oops! Burnish them, the way you’d curl ribbon, and you won’t have that problem.
  • glued the bow onto the top of the band of DSP

 

Here are today’s colors:

You can click on each one to see all the products that come in that color!

 

Here’s what I used:

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