Mmm…pie!

Hey, here’s another freebie for paper crafting thanks to mymemories.com  but only until Jan 14th!  Although these say they are for pie, seriously, do you have anyone you love so little that you’d just give them one slice?  Once filled with cool things, they’d be great as a goodie bag for a girls’ party or a teacher gift.
Pie Box Tutorial
1. Print your file on cardstock. To create a pie box, you will need one base and one top. Gather necessary supplies. (Recommended supplies: ruler, scissors, glue, bone folder with pointed tip) Be sure to set your margins as close to zero as possible when printing.
pies printed
2. Using the bone folder score from the top tip down to each of the corners.  There should be 3 fold lines forming a triangle on each piece. Also,
score the small tabs on the box sides.
pies scored 2 pies scored
3. Cut out all of your box pieces.
pies scored

4. Fold on the fold lines. Folds should all be folded in towards the white side of the paper.

pie folded

pie cut

5. Place glue on all the small flaps.

pie edges

6. Bring base and flap up and glue in place. Repeat all sides.  Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for lid.

pie base

7. Enjoy your pie box.

pie finished

8. Multiple boxes can be made to look like a pie by placing the centers together.

pies together

Detailed instructions are thanks to mymemories.com

“Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness.” Jane Austen

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