Here's a new one for me. The original box was created by using a CD as a template to draw around. I switched it up by using the largest die in the Stampin' Up! Circle Collection framelits set.
The products are all retired or retiring except the Lost Lagoon card stock.
This project goes together quite quickly. Cut two circles from Designer Series Paper. Fold a circle in half BUT DON'T CREASE IT DOWN THE MIDDLE, just make a tiny crease on the fold at each side. Now fold the circle the opposite direction so that the tiny creases match and make tiny creases on each side of the circle on the 'fold'. Do that to both paper circles.
Now place a CD on the edge of one of the paper circles so that it touches 2 of the tiny creases 90 degrees from each other. Use a stylus or bone folder to trace the edge of the CD onto the paper. Repeat 3 more times on this piece and 4 times on the other paper circle.
Crease each circle on the scored lines. I used small glue dots at the very corners of the box bottom but did not use glue dots on the box top.
Tie a ribbon around the box. I used a glue dot to attach it to the backside of the box to make it easier to tie. Create flower with flower die. Use it to decorate the box top.
There you go! Quick and easy box for small treats.