"Square Peek-a-Boo Box"

Our Guest Instructor is Teresa Payne

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Teresa was first introduced to Papercrafting 7 years ago when she began scraping her son’s first year. Three years ago Teresa attended her first Stampin Up Workshop and soon after became a Stampin Up Demonstrator and added card making and 3D projects to her list of hobbies.

Teresa lives in Crete, Illinois with her husband and son and works as a Business Analyst for a major Investment Bank to support her papercrafting habit.


Card Stock 12" x6"



Scor-Tape—red line shown in photo

Stampin Up 1 3/8 Square Punch

Stampin Up Word Window Punch

Hobby Knife

2” x 2” Acetate (also called transparency or window sheets)


Step 1:

Score the 6" width  at 1/2", 1 1/2”, 4 1/2” and 51/2”

Step 2:

Score the 12" width  at 3", 4”, 7” and 8” and 11"

Step 3:

Refer to photo for cutting.

Step 4:

Mark the center of the 3x3 Marked A in the above diagram


Step 6: Outline your window with Scor-Tape ( Red line showing), remove the sticky Strip protective layer and apply the acetate to the window.

Step 7:

Apply Scor-Tape to the outside of each of the 1” x 1” flaps labeled as “B” on the diagram above. Remove the protective side of the Scor-Tape and fold on the score lines to create the box.


Text Box: B



Step 8:

Fold in the side flaps and continue to form box as shown. Tuck in window section.

Step 9:

Using the Stampin Up Word Window Punch, punch a tab out of a piece of scrap paper

Step 10:

Take the Word Window Punch and estimate the middle of your treat box flap. Using your Exacto knife, cut an opening  a little wider than the tab. Refer to photo in Step 3 for placement. Slide your  word window punch into the opening.


Step 11:

Add Scor-Tape to the back top half of the word window punch, fold it over and secure in place.

Box is now closed.

Step 12: Decorate the top of the treat box and fill it with your treats!

Step 5:

Slide Section "A" into the punch lining up the center of your marked area inside the 1 3/8" square punch and punch out a square.