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I have this punch board & have never used it yet. Thanks to you, I'm ready to give it a try.
I think that these would make nice Easter treat boxes for next year or Mother day boxes to hold gift cards or jewelry etc. Love your Halloween idea too.
Thanks for the inspiration :)


I love the BRIGHT colors of the bows! Too stinking cute! Thanks for sharing, my friend....

Sandy Kay

Don't own a punchboard - yet! THe boxes are so cute - I would have never thought to use kraft and then add all that color - gorgeous!

Audrey Pettit

omgosh! These are SO adorable, my friend! What a cool scoring board! Those boxes look like a great size for all sorts of gifties and treats. Love that you did them up in kraft and added all those bright and happy toppers. Loving all the bows and polka dots! And LOVE your idea of Halloween next, with the spiders! You know I love that! ;)

Rosa M. Vasquez

Hostess gifts? Certainly for Valentine goodies.

Brenda Walton

Such an adorable project...love it! I would use these boxes for gifts for YOU!!! xoxo


I have several weddings this year, and these would make great treat boxes, or could even be used for cards!

Taunya Butler

I am so impressed with the professional and clear pictures you have shared with us - and the way you made these boxes each look so unique and cool is awesome!! I think these boxes would be perfect for me to share chocolates with my friends at a Girls Night Out I will be hosting soon!! I will probably deck them out with lots of floral motifs because it is in May and you know the saying - May flowers!! Thank you for giving me so many ideas on the ways to make packages shine!! Awesome post and you are so cool!!!

jan metcalf

Your boxes are fun and festive, would be great for a July 4th gathering or wedding.


I love your boxes with the kraft paper and bright pattern paper. I may have to use your inspiration for some baby shower favors I need to make:)


Great photo essay--I use the envelope punch board but it only works with solid papers or papers with patterns that look OK on the diagonal.
I think these little boxes would work well for baked treats.


These would be great for birthday "gift bags" or a rustic bridal shower!

Celeste Goff

OMG, these boxes are fantastic and I love that they require no adhesive! I would use them for wonderful little cupcakes or goodies for my grand-daughter! I love watching her little face when she opens up something fun!

Veronica Fairbrother

Simply Elegant! I love the kraft paper embellished with pretty paper bows. I will use these pretty boxes (with something pretty inside) for Mother's Day gifts. They're the perfect size! Thank you for your inspiration.

Cheryl Robertson

Hi Wanda, I live in your area and yes it was quite warm here yesterday. I would use the boxes to hold Easter and Halloween candy for my grandsons. They love opening little boxes. I would probably use patterned paper to make the boxes. I don't have a punch board but now I think I'll buy one!

Mz Cookie

I love the bow ideas.... I'm definitely going to be using them. Thank you for sharing your wonderful creativity

Denise Bryant

These are so fun, Wanda! I love the combination of the prints and colors you used along with the kraft paper!
I'd make some fun little treat boxes for the gals in my ATC swap group!
My daughter just got engaged recently, so I can also see them dressed up for pretty wedding party gifts!

Maureen Ganner

My husband volunteers at a chess club for underprivileged children. We like to provide treats for special occasions and tournaments - these boxes would be great!

Stephanie Kraft

These are amazing! Love these sweet gift boxes, Wanda! (p.s. I really need to pull my punch board some time. Thanks for the inspiration!)

Sharlene Melhaff

I would use mine as favors for my sewing group. . Decorate the top with sewing notions and butttons, might add some fabric, and fill the inside with home made button cookies. I'm excited to make them.

By the way, your ideas are always so inspiring. Thanks so much!

Sabrina Radican

I would have them as gifts at a baby shower. With cute little rattles or baby bottles coming out of the bows or snails and snakes. Because my daughters theme is snakes and snails and puppy dog tails. That's what little boys are made of.

F Bond

I would take the boxes and turn them so that the bows are faced out and stack them for cakes and for center pieces at all the get togethers we have over the summer. And what a nice surprise that everyone could have a little goodie- whether a handcrafted item or food item, to take home. I love your boxes!

Laraine R

Gorgeous boxes! For mother's day with flowers on top! Basicly they can be used for anything! From treats to gifts just change the decorating! I am most definately getting this bunch board! Thanks for the inspiration!


Ohhhhh, I need that punch board!! I like to use the little boxes for treats for my grandchildren's preschool class. Would love to be able to make them myself. Decorating them is so much fun!! Wanda, your projects are so sweet.


Gorgeous boxes! I would use them for EVERY occasion! I can see them used for individual cupcake/cookie boxes for a co-workers birthday, Easter treats, with a bunny tag/bow, Mother's Day gift with beautiful flowers on top....NEED I go on??? LOL

Holly Saveur

Looks stunning and so professional....
I would use them for a baby shower ..and with shower gel/soap a washing cloth and I think...in soft pastel colors and a flower on top...

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