Quick & Cute Fry Box Caddy

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On Sunday, I shared the projects from my Sale-a-Bration Celebration, but I wanted to give more details for one of the projects…the Fry Box Caddy!  I love this cute little box!  Let's take a closer look at how you make it!

Blooming fry box caddy 

CASEd from Lyssa Zwonlek at Song of My Heart Stampers.

Two Cool—I did a second version of the box, of course, in some of my favorite colors!  This time, I started with Bermuda Bay Fry Boxes and decorated the sides with 2-1/2" Birthday Bash Designer Series Paper.

Fry Box Caddy How-To

  • Die-cut two box bases with the Fry Box Bigz Die.
  • Flip the bases so that they are back-to-back.  In other words, look for the "valley" score lines to be showing, with the reverse sides back-to-back. 

Fry box caddy - how to 1 

  • Punch a handle hole through both layers using the Extra-Large Oval Punch.  Leave about a 1/2" wide handle along the top edge of the box.  We put the bases back-to-back so that the holes will line up perfectly when they are assembled. 

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  • Fold on the score lines.  The "valley" score lines are the outside of the box.
  • Add Sticky Strip to the edges of the front tabs, as shown in the photo above.

Fry box caddy - how to 4  

  • Flip the base over and on one base, add Sticky Strip down the center between the handle and the box bottom.
  • Add Sticky Strip along the top of the handle.  You'll have to kind of "pleat" the tape in order to apply it around the curve.  The red liner will still peel off easily.

Fry box caddy - how to 2 

  • Assemble the two boxes.  TIP: I found it easiest to secure the box flaps by setting the box on the table and making the flaps flush with the table.

Blooming fry box caddy 3 

  • Adhere the boxes back-to-back, making sure they line up flush at the sides that will be decorated.
  • Decorate! 

Blooming fry box caddy 2 

Blooming Blossom—I punched two Fun Flowers from Soft Sky card stock and layered them with Dimensionals.  The center of the flower is a 7/8" Circle Punch of Blackberry Bliss adhered with SNAIL and a 1/2" Circle Punch of Silver Glimmer Paper attached with Glue Dots. 

Sweet Sentiment—I stamped the Flower Patch greeting in Blackberry Bliss onto Whisper White card stock and die-cut the Circle Card Thinlits banner die.  It's popped up with Dimensionals and accented with two Rhinestone Jewels.

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Thanks to Lyssa Zwolanek for sharing this awesome idea!



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4 thoughts on “Quick & Cute Fry Box Caddy”

  1. Lovely, just cased it, any secret to keeping the sides together, I used sticky tape and added more but it is hard to keep them together so they sit flat.mthanks so much for sharing, love the idea!!!,

  2. Eileen, I’ve had no problems with mine sides staying together. When you adhere the two boxes together, you want to sit them on the table, align them back-to-back, and simply push them together. I stood up over the table to get a good view from the top to get them lined up correctly. Is that answering your question? If not, please clarify what trouble you are having.


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