Friday, September 23, 2011

Halloween Candy Box made with my ScorPal

I am always looking for ways to paper craft with materials that I already have. This is a candy box that I made using one piece of double sided paper
To start score your 12" x 12" double sided paper at the 4" and 8" score lines on your ScorPal or other scoreboard. Turn the paper and score again on the 4" and 8" score lines so that you form intersections. On each corner score diagonally to the corner of the center square. Fold sides up and corners in when finished so they will form your candy dish. Open the paper back up and lay where the inside is facing up.

See how it looks from the top view after it was scored, it gave a place for almost all of my favorite Halloween Candy

Here are the 4 different sides to my box. I just decorated the outside of my box with Bo Bunny Spooktastic stickers, buttons that I had colored in, black twin, pop dots, some brads and fussy cut some of the scraps from the My Minds Eye papers I used. This is a wonderful way to use your scraps and stickers up that you have in your stash and make a wonderful candy box.

I hope you enjoyed all of the detail on my box and will try making one for yourself. It is so super easy using your ScorePal and will make a wonderful table arrangement or gift.


  1. I love it, I just made 2 of these, flower themed, I need to do a halloween one now thanks for the idea:)

  2. Gorgeous job, spooktacular. Good luck in winning the Kindle.