Lines Across: Stamped and Doodled Gift Boxes

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Stamped and Doodled Gift Boxes

I loved making these paper pyramid gift boxes so much that I've been making them to use for so many things.

I thought I would share a couple of fun ways to decorate them.



First, stamps. I printed the template, then I stamped the paper, cut, scored, and assembled.



Second, ultra fine Sharpies (one of my favorite things in the world). I printed the template, doodled rainbow lines across each triangle, cut, scored, and assembled. (I LOVE these Sharpie Ultra-Fine-Point Permanent Markers, 24-Pack - 80's Glam colors)


12 comments:

  1. Oh those are cute. My daughter wants to make a model of Egypt so your template will come in handy for that as well.

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  2. Those are so cute! I really like the stamped one the best :)

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  3. These are gorgeous! I can't wait to try this out.

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  4. The Mayan's would be jealous over your pyramids :)

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  5. Very cute! I love to stamp and this looks like fun :)

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  6. Hi, I loved the stamped pyramid, this post comes just in time because i need to make some little boxes for my daughters birthday....Thank you for the "stamped" idea xx

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  7. Love these! They would make great party favors, so many ideas to play around with. :)

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  8. Me encantan estas cajitas piramidales, muchas gracias por poner los tutoriales, me vendrán muy bien para envolver mis Bisuterias.
    si quieres visitar mi blog

    http://raqueljimenezbisuteria.blogspot.com.es/
    saludos

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  9. ok these are dang cute. I'm just occasionally crafty but I just may have to force myself to do this one. Your blog is attractive and I wanted to make sure I heard from you, too. see ya ~

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  10. These are so cute!! I'm totally going to make some! :) thanks for sharing!

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  11. Good info, many thank you to the author. It is incomprehensible to me now, but in general, the particular usefulness and importance is overpowering. Thanks again and good luck!

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