This is a great way to tie up a bakery box using bakery twine .
It's sturdy and it'll hold together .
But it's also very easy to untie when you have um a delicious cupcake inside .
For example , you don't want to spend a lot of time on tying the box .
So it just pulls off very easily .
Start with your twine in front of you .
The box in the middle of it , take the cut side and pull it across the front , then take the spool side and just kind of drape it across that corner , then pull the cut side toward you like that .
You're gonna create a little loop just like that , pull the tail toward you and then this little loop that you see , you're gonna take the tail and bring it through that loop .
Um and then tighten it .
So it ends up looking like that .
I'm just gonna pull it real tight .
Once that loop is tightened , you should be able to um pull on the package side here and tighten it up on the center .
So if I pull on the side that's still attached to the twine , I can tighten that up and this becomes a self tightening knot , which is really cool .
You can get it really nice and tight on the package just by pulling on the here that's still attached .
So then you're gonna take the end of the twine that's attached to the rule , just kind of figure out how much longer you want it to be leaving enough length to cut , um , to tie a bow and trim it .
Then since this box doesn't have anything in it , I can show you what the bottom looks like .
Um , I'm gonna wrap the twin around the bottom string just once .
Um If you had a cupcake or if this were a bigger box with a cake in it , you would just wanna do that , holding the box up .
Um , obviously you would not want to tip the box up , sit down .
Um , then you take this little end and pull it through like that .
All you have to do now is just tie a regular bow very easy and I'll trim the ins and I'm all done .