These boxes can all be cut on either the Silhouette Cameo or the Silhouette Portrait.
Please note that these boxes may not be immediately available in the Silhouette store. They have been uploaded to the queue, and will be made available as soon as they go through the approval process. (this usually takes a day or two.)
The first box, a round handled take out style box, is pretty simple. It's glueless if you decide not to add the contrasting panels.
Crease the box folding the corners inward.
Bring the box together.
The next box is also quite simple. There are optional contrast panels to add to the box. I used double sided card stock from my Rough and Tumble Collection for Carta Bella Paper.
First crease the box, folding all panels inward. Then start connecting the bottom of the box by inserting the triangular tabs underneath the "u" shaped bottom panel.
Tuck the triangular tab under the "u" panel.
Tuck the next triangular tab under the "u" panel.
Take the last bottom panel and tuck the tab into the slot that has been created on the bottom.
Glue the side tab to close the sides of the box.
The next box I'm going to show you how to make is a round top box with a scalloped feature at the top. I used double sided solid card stock from Carta Bella, and zig zag double sided card stock from my Cool Summer collection for Carta Bella.
First glue the optional panels on the box.
Fold all the sides and panels inward, except for the top scalloped tabs, fold those outward.
Fold the bottom of the box the same way as the steps above.
Glue the side tab to close the sides of the box. (sorry...forgot to photograph that step.)
Run a ribbon through the slots in the scalloped tabs at the top of the box.
Tie a bow, and trim.
Hope you can find many uses for these easy to make boxes.