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Father's Day Burger Box

By: Kimberly Crawford

Make a burger box for Dad to hold 4 small cookie "burgers", cupcakes or his favorite treat. This Father's craft project is just too cute.

Find this Father's Day craft project project in the free Father's Day Crafts: Blogger Edition 2010 eBook.


Burger Box


Materials:

  • Patterned paper-Making Memories (Just Chillin Boy)
  • Cardstock-Prism (Suede Brown Medium, Suede Brown Light, Intense Orange, Mystic Dark)
  • Stamp-Stampendous (Dad Words red rubber stamp)
  • Ink-Clearsnap (Colorbox Chalk Creamy Brown), Tsukineko (Memento Rich Cocoa)
  • Star brads-Making Memories
  • Tools-Clearsnap (Colorbox Stylus for distressing edges), Fiskars EZ Squeeze Star Punch XL, Scor Pal

Instructions:

I wanted to create a burger box, kind of like the ones that Big Macs come in. This is pretty close, the lid opens, but without the domed top. Here are the dimensions.

  1. Cut a piece of cardstock to 6.75" x 12".
     
  2. Score the 12" side at: 1.5" 5.25" 6.75" 10.5"
     
  3. Score the 6.75" side at: 1.5" 5.25"
     
  4. Cut at the usual box places and assemble.

Burger Box for Dad

I added all the embellishing after the box was assembled. The colors were inspired by the Making Memories paper pack, Just Chillin' Boy. The stamp is from Stampendous and is red rubber. I stamped it onto cardstock and then stamped the word DAD onto patterned paper. It was cut out and foam mounted to the lid.

Cookie Burgers

The recipe for the cookie "burgers" can be found at verybestbaking.com. Quick and easy to make and the results crack me up! The bun is Nillas, the burger is crushed Nillas and chocolate chips, the lettuce is food coloring mixed with coconut, and the ketchup and mustard are writing icing from CakeMate.

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