Printable Antique Butter Box

I picked up a beautifully aged antique butter box a few weeks ago and have created a printable of it, so you can make your own.  I love finding things like this that were meant to be disposed of (and usually were).  Generally, if you can find them, it’s because the were unused stock, left in an old business.
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Antique Butter Box Royalty Free Graphic Free Printable by http://knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com/

My original box is extremely fragile and is missing one of the side flaps, so I did a little digital editing to fix it.

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Here’s the repaired version.
I sized the image to fit on a regular 8-1/2 x 11 piece of  paper, so you won’t have a problem printing it on your printer.  I recommend card stock paper, or have it printed somewhere like Staples for a really vivid image with beautiful color.
Click HERE for the full-size printable version.
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Just print the image, cut along the outside lines, then cut on the “cut” lines and make folds on the rest of the lines.  The curved side flap keeps it all together when you fold it up – no tape needed, although you might want to put a dab of glue to keep the “lip” on the lid down.

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I thought it would be fun to create another variation, so I used this image that I shared way back in August of 2011, removed the other typography, and digitally added it to the box.
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Antique Butter Box Royalty Free Graphic Free Printable by http://knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com/

So here’s another option for you.  Click HERE for the printable version.

Antique Butter Box Royalty Free Graphic Free Printable by http://knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com/

I think these would make cute little gift boxes, as well as kitchen decor.
I hope you enjoy them!

Angie
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  1. Love this Angie … especially the Direct from the Farm with the cow. Will have to make this one.
    Thanks,
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures

  2. Love this! Thank You Angie!

  3. Angie- That is amazing. Thank you for the tutorial and pattern. You did a wonderful job- xo Diana

  4. I love this too! Thank you so much for sharing!

  5. Wow thankyou so much for sharing this lovely butter box printable. I will definately be printing some for myself. I also love your snowy picture at the top of your blog……its very hot here in Australia so very refreshing to see a lovely winter photo. Karen.x

  6. Angie, That looks so great! Thanks for taking the time to put the pattern up for us to use. Your blog always makes me happy.

  7. LOVE it! nice fix. how’d i miss the new header, it looks fantastic!

    looks like you’ve been busy organizing around here too Angie. looking good.

    Happy New Year!

  8. Thanks for sharing that. How fun!

  9. Very neat! And thanks for the movie recommendation, we are always looking for something to watch. 🙂

  10. thank you so much, for these cute treasures, and for all the sharing you do. Not only do you come up with some great ideas, you are always so generous to share.

    blessings
    barb

  11. Well, gosh! Thank you very much for all the time and effort that you put into that project for us. The boxes are really cute…I already have a vignette in mind to use them in!

  12. Hi Angie!
    I wanted to stop by and let you know that over at Hibiscus House we featured your post and would love for you to pick up your featured button. Thank you so much for joining us for Farmgirl Friday!
    http://hibiscushouse1.blogspot.com/2013/01/farmgirl-friday-blog-hop-91-and-memories.html
    Dolly

  13. These are fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  14. Thank you so much for sharing! I just got my hands on some very old family photos and the antique photo frames you have will work beautifully!

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