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                        After adding Cupcake Boxes to whatthefold.com, we just had to make this miniature version for those smaller cupcakes we all love so much. Its identical to the regular sized Cupcake Box, but since it is considerably smaller, the main pattern is all in one piece instead of 2. Use the same type of paper, the same cupcake recipe and the same cupcake decorations, only on a smaller scale.   p.s. It would be a good idea to line the bottom of your mini cupcake box with a piece of wax paper, most cupcakes

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        Time to get the popcorn out, its movie night! This is a great project to do for fun and can make movie night or a kids birthday party that much more enjoyable. So pop a bag of microwave popcorn, invite your friends over, its popcorn popping time! Packaging Supplies -Paper -Ruler -X-acto Knife or Scissors -Bone Folder -Food safe Glue (Check our List of Glues that we suggest) (or make your own”Safe Glue Recipe for Food Boxes”) -Cutting Mat     Lets Get Started:   Step 1: Print out the Download template found at the top of the page. Use An

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      There are quite a few ideas that made me exited for the really useful boxes on whatthefold.com. One of my favorite are the good old pillow boxes. Use them as tie boxes, winter hat boxes or as boxes for socks. Then there is the possibility of using them for wedding or birthday place cards that will also double up as favor boxes for guests attending the event. All you need to make any of these project is to print on the pillow box ahead of time     Packaging Supplies -Paper -Ruler -X-acto Knife or Scissors -Bone Folder -Glue (Check our List

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            Take out boxes are a cute way to package just about anything you can imagine. Their recognizable shape makes them exciting to make, to receive and to give away! Because of the handle, they are super easy to carry around, a characteristic that most people greatly appreciate. Supplies -Paper -Ruler -hole punch -Piece of wire, or thin ribbon -X-acto Knife or Scissors -Bone Folder Lets Get Started:   Step 1: Begin by cutting out all of the solid lines using your trusty pair of scissors, or X-actor knife. Step 2: Take your bone folder and score out all of

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