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Trophy Gift Box

Hi friends, continuing on with my Made for Him series, I thought I would make some unusual gift boxes.

I thought this Trophy-style gift box was perfect for Father’s Day or as the award on a family games night, or maybe your child or grandchild has done well at school and you want to reward them.

You don’t need any specialty dies to make this and you can alter the size and how you put it together.

You can personalise these and if you adjust the hights you can have a first, second and third place.


The number 1 die set is available here.

The gold mirror card is available here.

Simply the Best stamp set available here.

Glue Eraser is available here.

The glitter card is available here.


1 piece of 10.1/2 x 5.1/2 card for the base.

Score along the 10.1/2 side at 2.1/2, 5′, 7.1/2 & 10′

Score along the 5.1/2 side at 1′, 2′ & 3′

Then score back along the 10.1/2 side with the 1/2′ tab on the right-hand side and score at 3/4′, 1.3/4, 3.1/4, 4.1/4, 5.3/4, 6.3/4, 8.1/4 & 9.1/4 to the first line only.

1 piece of 4.1/2 x 4′ card for the stand.

Score along the 4.1/2 side at 1′, 2′, 3′, 4′

Score along the 4′ side at 1′ & 3′

1 piece of 8.1/2 x 6′ card for the cup.

Score along the 8.1/2 side at 1′, 2′, 3′, 4′, 5′, 6′, 7′ & 8′

Score along the 6′ side at 1′ & 2′

Then fold over the top section and notch at 1′, 3′, 5′ & 7′

2 pieces of 2.1/2 x 2.1/2 card for the handles.

1 strip of 1/2′ x 9′ card for the rim.

4-8 pieces of 3/4′ x 3.3/4 glitter card to cover the sides of the cup.

4 pieces of 3/4′ x 3/4′ glitter card to cover the base of the cup.

4 pieces of 3/4′ x 1.1/2 glitter card to cover the stand.

1 piece of 1′ x 11′ card for the rosette.

Score along the long side at every 1/4′

Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made it.

Happy crafting


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