Here's what you'll need for this project: Cardstock for box and embellishments, Cuttlebug, embossing folder - preferably one with a repeatable pattern, Nestabilities, sticky strip or redline tape, scissors and adhesive, ink, removable tape, eyelets, assorted stamps of your choice, ribbon, transparency sheet, paper cutter, scoring tool and hole puncher and eyelet setter (a Crop-a-dile works best for this project).
Line up your embossing folder with the edge of your box template and fold the bottom flaps underneath the folder. Its important to use a folder with a repeatable pattern in this project (such as Diamonds in the Rough or Swiss Dots).
Move your embossing folder up on your cardstock so that the pattern just touches the embossing you've already done. Then put back in your sandwich and roll through again. Repeat until you get to the end of your cardstock (3 turns through). The flap will have the reverse embossing on it but it works just fine.
To make the rounded, scalloped flap, insert your flap through an oval scalloped nestability so part of your paper is in front and some is behind. Tape with a piece of removeable adhesive so that the die doesn't move.
I wanted a window in my box so I used a square Nestability to create an opening in the front panel. Put your die where you would like the window to be and tape with removeable tape. Run through your Cuttlebug, die cutting side up. Make sure the only part of the box template on top of the die is the part you want cut. Everything else should be folded underneath. Once its cut out, adhere a piece of acetate (transparency) behind the window.
Place sticky strip on the edges and assemble the box. (Note, the sticky tape on the smaller flaps is on the wrong side in this photo - it should be horizontal - not vertical. I learned the hard way that once you've got your sticky tape adhered - its very hard to unstick!)
The rest is just decoration - so embellish how you would like. I stamped a sheet of adhesive labels with stamps from PTIs Limitless labels set and used them to decorate some miniature chocolates for the box. I also added a tag that says Happy Father's Day. Tie a ribbon through all the holes in the top of the box to close it and you're done!
Supplies: Cardstock (Prism, Bazzil), Ink (Palette, SU!), Stamps (Crafty Secrets, PTI), ribbon, Embossing Folder (Cuttlebug), eyelets, chocolates