Here’s another great Cricut Scoring Wheel DIY Gift Box! I’ve been playing with my Cricut Maker a lot lately as part of a 3 part series I’ve partnered up with Cricut to show you their new Scoring Wheels.
Who knew I’d become obsessed with making cute gift boxes? These have become one of my new favorite paper crafting projects, see how I made glittery DIY Takeout Boxes last week.
Cricut Scoring Wheel DIY Gift Box
I know this looks like they’d be hard to make, but trust me, if I can do it, so can you!
These make great wedding favors, table setting gifts, party favors or just a quick gift filled with candy.
How to Make a Gift Box
You’re going to need the following supplies:
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- Cricut Maker
- Scoring Wheel – this new tool can only be used with the Maker.
- Acetate Foil Cutting Material
- Double Side Craft Tape
- I looked through Design Space and chose this small gift box.
- I customized it and removed the bow portion. I only needed the box.
- If you’re not using one of the cutting materials shown, just click on the Browse Materials and search for what you need.
- From there it will instruct you to load your paper, and scoring wheel.
- After it scores, it will prompt you to replace the scoring wheel with the blade to finish cutting.
- It literally walks you through step by step.
- Remove your project from the mat and start folding along the scored lines. I placed a small strip of double-sided adhesive where indicated in the photo above.
- Assembling the Cricut Scoring Wheel Gift Box is pretty simple. I am not a 3D paper crafter and I figured it out the first try.
These are beautiful and so quick to make. They really are the perfect size for any holiday or party table setting.
There are a variety of papers you can use for this project. The sparkle or shimmer papers would be great too!
Now that I’ve become a pro at making Cricut Scoring Wheel DIY Gift Boxes, I think I’ll try making some paper flowers, or medallions!
More about the New Scoring Blades
Scoring Blade combo pack includes two professional-quality scoring wheels that give you extra-deep score lines and a flawless finish on everyday and specialty material projects. Break creative barriers and make more than ever before with the Cricut Scoring Wheel Combo Pack. From flawlessly finished tags, cards, and gift boxes to jaw-dropping wearable art, 3D home decor, structures, and more, you’ll bring pro-level precision to every possible score-and-fold project. Get crisp creases in one pass. Make perfect, effortless folds. With up to 10X more pressure than the Scoring Stylus, the patented wheel design takes on thin, thick, and even coated paper materials with ease. Includes Scoring and Double Scoring Wheel Tips and QuickSwap™ Housing for interchangeable tool use.
• Creates extra-deep score lines for perfect folds and a flawless finish on both thick and thin materials
• Includes Scoring and Double Scoring Wheel Tips and QuickSwap™ Drive Housing for interchangeable tool use
• Use with Cricut Maker™ machines only
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