Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Spider-Man Party Favors

If you haven't seen my son's third birthday party post, read it here.

I created these treat box favors to send each kid home with that included candy and other Spider-Man toys and items.

Supplies Needed:

Card Stock: Real Red (5-1/2" x 4-1/4") Basic Black (11" x 4-1/4" and scrap for punching) Pacific Point (11"x1") Whisper White (11"x2" and scrap for punching)

Ink: Basic Black

Accessories: Big Shot
                     Fancy Favor Bigz XL Die
                     Oval Framelits
                     Spider Web Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
                     Bird Punch
                     Paper Snips
                     Sticky Strip

Directions: Run Basic Black through the Big Shot with the Fancy Favor Bigz die.  *You will not get the scallop edge for this box.  Sticky Strip the bottom and edge of the box as well as the Pacific Point and Whisper White strips to the box.   Score the blue and white card stock using the box as your guide then assemble the box.

Run Real Red card stock through the Big Shot with the Oval framelit.  Run the Oval through the Big Shot using the Spiderweb folder.  Run the Basic Black ink pad over the raised side of the oval to get the spider web effect.  (Make sure you have your surface covered before completing this step.)

Punch out 2 sets of the bird and wings using the Bird Punch.  Glue the bird together like this:
Cut the head and tail off the birds using the wing as your guide to make Spider-Man's eyes.  Glue the eyes to the face and the face to the box.  And you now have a customized treat box for your party!

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