I include this first photo just to show that this will fit on an 8.5 x 11 piece of card stock. I lay it on the mat about .25 inch in from the lead corner.
The two triangle folds are probably the hardest for me to explain. I find the center of that section, then I score from the center point out to the corners. Then I fold and press all my score lines for crisp folds all around.
Flip the paper over, and adhere your decorative paper now. I found out the hard way, it is much easier to adhere it now rather then after the box is all assembled. Also notice I have run tape along the two half inch tabs all the way to the left in the photo and the two shortest tabs across the bottom.
To line up the sides I fold the whole thing in half and while being mindful of the tabs that still have tape, making sure to not stick them to each other, I press the sides together to make the body of the carton.
Fold the two short tabs in and press down the far left tab, so that it looks like below. Then press down the last taped tab and that gives a nice seal to the bottom. This is especially important when you stuff it full of candy, you don't want a blow out.
This is the top with the triangle folds aimed inward. I used my Crop-a-dile to punch two holes in the two top tabs. Line them up and hold them closed and punch through the two layers at one time. I ran some ribbon through the holes as the closure. This way the recipient can open it, empty it of the sweet treats and hopefully keep it and enjoy its decorative cuteness long after the candy is gone.