To begin, cut a piece of 5" x 7 1/2" cardstock. Then score as shown on my template:
I've drawn along the scored lines in pencil to make it easier to view them.
Next, take your Scalloped Tag Topper punch and draw lines directly above the indent where the cardstock would normally lie. See what I've done in the photo below:
You can push the entire width of the cardstock into the Scalloped Tag Topper punch. Just carefully push past where it hesitates and continue pushing until you can feel it has come to the end of the punch opening. Adjust the cardstock until the score lines perfectly line up with the lines you have made on the punch (see why we had to do this?) and push the handle down.
Then insert the cardstock once more as shown to cut out the second portion:
Make sure the lines are perfectly lined up to the lines you've drawn on the punch and, again, push down the handle to cut.
Your cardstock should now look like this:
Now all you have to do is to line the ends of the punch cuts up on your Stampin' Trimmer as shown:
And cut off the portions that do not have the scalloped design on them:
I've angled the cuts very slightly. Cut the 1 1/2" wide tabs to 1/2". Now you're ready to fold and add adhesive.
Next fold in the 1/2" tabs, then the tab with the Sticky Strip, and last of all the other large tab. And that's it. You have a box.
I'd love to see what you do with your boxes. You're free to use this template for your own designs but I would ask that you don't sell it. Please remember to give me credit for my design.