Mini Pizza Box Tutorial

Stampin up pizza box combo

This mini pizza box (right) is the fastest and easiest box to create and assemble on the planet (at least in my experience), especially with the assistance of a Scor-Pal (although it's not essential). 

The 4" x 4" box accommodates a collection of small cards and envelopes (like the card featured) or a small gift (think stocking stuffer or jewelry). TIP:  Be sure to size the envelope just under 4 x 4 so it will fit in the box and the cards slightly smaller than the envelopes so they will fit inside the envies–make sense?

Stampin up pizza box 1

I was inspired to give the pizza box a try after seeing last week's Splitcoast Ways' to Use Challenge (TLC189) based on this TUTORIAL. and my down-line demo Tiffany's Project.  TIP:  There's also instruction on how to do a 3 x 3 version in the download . . . cute, cute. 

I got to play with many of the wonderful new Stampin' Up! products in the Holiday Mini Catalog.  Download Holiday Mini Here or email me your address for a free copy.  The rub-ons make card making a breeze (crisp and so easy to place) . . . watch for details a 20% off Stampin' Up! Rub-Ons Promotion beginning November 10.

Stampin up pizza box 2

Using a 6 x 11 piece of card stock, score  at 1" the long way on either side.

Stampin up pizza box 3
 

Flip the card stock ninety degrees and score the short way at 1", 5", 6" and 10" (moving left to right).

Stampin up pizza box 4

Cut tabs as shown or per the red lines in the tutorial download and adhere.  Voil?!  Le Box 🙂

Stampin up pizza box

PIZZA BOX
Paper:  Kraft, Very Vanilla
Cool Tools:  Paper Piercer and Template (Stampin' Up! Crafter's Tool Kit), Crop-a-Dile, Tag Corner Punch, Scor-Pal
The Perfect Touch:  1 1/4" Riding Hood Red/Very Vanilla Grosgrain Ribbon, Jumbo Eyelet Antique Brass, Rope Twine, Word Flurries Rub-Ons, Little Felt Flurries

Stampin up pizza box card

CARD
Paper:  Riding Hood Red, Very Vanilla, Kraft, Chocolate Chip
Cool Tools:  Paper Piercer and Template (Stampin' Up!'s Crafter's Tool Kit), 1 1/4" Circle Punch, Cutter Tool
The Perfect Touch:  Season of Cheer Rub-Ons, Clear Rhinestone Brad (Stampin' Up! Pretties Kit),  Antique Micro Brads, Stampin' Dimensionals

22 Comments:

  1. Thanks Mary. SOOO! glad your back, needed my Mary fix and her beautiful creations. Now your making me want to Buy the score-pal

  2. Denise Groves

    I will try this again and see if it will post.

    Thank you for making the tutorial. I am going to try to make this.

    Glad to hear you are feeling better.
    Denise G

  3. Mary I’m so glad you are feeling better.
    This is such a darling idea. I can’t wait to give it a try. Thanks for the great tutorial too.

  4. Very very cute! Thanks for sharing your tutorial.

  5. LOVE the new tutorial! i am definitely into *boxes* these days … my most recent was the mini magazine holder. so i will be making your pizza box poste haste!!! as for the scor-pal: one of the best tools i have invested in, i use it almost every day. and wonder how i lived without it!!! worth every penny, IMHO! loved the red ribbon – evidently you dont hoard things the way i do LOL.
    cyber hugs, jo ann.

  6. You did this ribbon proud! How beautiful… and that JOY rub-on is fantastic.

    I need to get my rub-on’s out again. I love working with them.

  7. Colleen Kramer

    So good to hear from you! Hope you are resting again. I’m all for trying these little boxes…I plan to give card sets as several gifts this Christmas and this would make darling packaging! Thanks for such clear instructions! Feel beter!

  8. i’m so glad you are feeling better! sorry that you got sick!! a few ((hugs)) for you!! and love the box, i’ll try these for sure!!
    xoxo

  9. Really nice tutorial. I am glad you feel better. I am still sick, aggg, finally I went to the doctor today and I have not 1 but 2 infections, oh great, that explains everything.

    God bless
    Giovana

  10. Beautiful! Love that ribbon against the kraft box! The tag is beautiful, too!

    Cindy

  11. I made a box last week but haven’t taken the picture off my camera yet. I love seeing everyone’s box. I love the ribbon and how you made a card to match.

  12. Love it!!! the paper you used is perfect and the rub-ons are just right. I have been wanting a Scor-Pal for months now and I think I’m getting it for Christmas, otherwise I’d order it ASAP. LOL

    Glad you’re feeling better, Mary!

  13. I LOVE this tutorial. Thanks! Can this be done since I don’t have a scor pal? Just curious. I hope so. I love this box.

  14. Awesome pizza box and card!!! Love the ribbon too!!!

  15. Love the box. Wouldn’t one of those gummie pizza candies look cute in that? You know I’m going to try it. I forgot to order that ribbon, I need to get it next order. The ribbon completes the delivery. Glad you’re back to posting, I hope you’re feeling better.

  16. How fabulous!! I love that ribbon and I just need to break down and buy it!!

  17. Thanks for the reference Mary! Great job with the pizza box. I love that chunky ribbon!

  18. Mary, Thank you for your wonderful tutorial! Your projects are so pretty! Love the Christmas card! Thank you for sharing a link to the mini-catalog! Mary, thank you for responding to my comments!

  19. Mary, this is so beautiful. I might have to case it. Fantastic box, tag and matching card.

  20. This is a fabulous tutorial, thanks for the pictures too – hosting a workshop tonight and need a hostess gift – this is perfect!

  21. Holly Sturgill

    This is great! I used your pattern and made some for my third grade class. I mde belly bands from the scarps apper and stamped in order to save money on ribbon (with 40+ boxes…)

  22. This is just so cute. I have just made one and will be making loads more! They will be super gifts with mini cards in. Thanks for the tutorial. I have this page linked to my blog for other people to find, hope that is ok. Kim

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