Coffin Box

Hello There!

Brrrrrrr, it’s cold here! We had a very weird heat wave last week but now we’ve been well and truly thrown into an Autumnal chill so it feels right that I’m in the middle of Halloween projects now and starting my Christmas ones too. I took my first tentative steps on my sparkly new sewing machine today, I tried out straight and zig-zag stitches. It went really well but I think I need some practice with feeding the paper through straight and to be less heavy footed on the peddle so the paper stops running away from me, the sewing machine is completely awesome I just need to fine tune the person using it, lol.

I have a little coffin treat box for you today, I made one a couple of Halloweens ago but I’ve given this one more depth so it will hold bigger sweets. I have a cut file for those of you with digital cutters and a template version for those of you without as I think it’s a simple enough shape to attack with scissors or a craft knife. The top and bottom parts are included, I cut both parts from one piece of A4 but for a larger one you can cut each part on a separate piece of card. I hope the little trick or treaters in your life will like it :)

coffin treat box closed

coffin treat box

Here is your template:

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coffin box template

Here is your Cut File – formats included are ai, dxf, GSD, pdf & svg:

(click on the link below the image to download)

coffin box

Coffin Box Digital Cutting File by Bird

18 thoughts on “Coffin Box

  1. M. Shepard

    All of your Halloween items are adorable. I am sure my sons will like the coffin box and my girls will like the pillow boxes. Thank you for dreming up these projects.

  2. Jeanette

    Thank you again for a wonderful halloween project. I am ready to get cutting! What an inspiration you have been for me. Jeanette


    Thank you so much for sharing all of your wonderful creations. Ive pinned, tweeted, g=1’d and liked them. My hubby actually CARES about the cricut now looool. these are incredible and so much fun to make. Much love from Canada xoxo

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