A crate to hold fruit (or fruit flavored candy!) There’s a photo of a fruit crate in the annual catalog on page 127 which I copied! And in the new catalog there's a cute die to make a small crate - but here's the how to (no die needed!)
The crate is 8 ½ x 3 scored at 2 ¼ from each end, punch the ends with the Classic Label Punch. I cut it all out and used the wood stamp from Timeless Textures all over the crate and crate pieces.
For the crate side pieces I cut a piece 4 x 5, scored at ½ from each side (the 5” side) and stamped, added 2 strips of sticky strip and then cut it into 4 1” strips for the sides of the crate. You can sponge the edges of your crate pieces if you wish. I added a piece of the fruit designer paper (2 ¾ square on top of a doily).
I used a medium cello bag and put a piece of thick whisper white cut 2 ¾ x 2 at the bottom of the cello bag to keep it flat. I then filled it with red skittles. With a solid cardstock (I used Emerald Envy cut 3 x 2 ½ folded in half) I covered the opening, stapled it closed and then put the top piece of designer paper cut 2 ¾ x 1 on the Emerald Envy.
The card 3 ½ x 5 has the matching designer paper layered on top of Emerald Envy (3 ¼ x 4 3/4) on a notecard with DSP 3 x 4 x ½ My mom doesn’t like words on the outside… so I put them on the inside!
If you click on the tab on projects and free stuff you can download a 1 pager of instructions
Happy Crafting (and if you shop this month, you'll be supporting the Warsaw Middle School's Robotics team - please include the host code so you get your share of the free stuff!!)
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