Take the worry out of transporting your homemade bakes with our must-make cake slice boxes
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Fact: cake makes everything better. So be sure to deliver some freshly baked goods to your besties in Corinne Bradd’s pretty and practical cake slice boxes. With the help of a resizable template, they’re incredibly simple to craft and can be adapted to suit your sweet treat. Plus, why not decorate them to coordinate with the cake or occasion? Mmm, send a slice our way, please!
YOU WILL NEED:
Dies: flower, leaf
Cardstock: coloured, pearlescent, white
1. Download and print the cake box templates. Trace around the templates onto white and coloured cardstock, then score along the dashed lines.
2. Fold along the score lines and glue the tabs to assemble the box base and lid. Trace around the striped topper template onto pearlescent white cardstock and cut out. Glue to the lid
of the cake box, leaving a narrow border. Repeat to make three boxes in total.
3. Die cut flowers and leaves from coloured and white cardstock. Use the blade of a pair of scissors to curl the petals of each flower and layer together in pairs. Fix two leaves and two flowers to the top-left corner of each cake box lid. Embellish with silver gems to complete.
YOU WILL NEED:
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