One of my favorite ways to use the milk carton die is to leave the top unfolded and use it as an open box. Sometimes I use a band of DSP or ribbon to hide the top score marks but on this sample the embossing turned out to be a good disguise.
Cut out the milk carton first and fold on the scorelines that you're using (leave the ones you're not). I use my bone folder and get a good crease at this point as you won't be able to do this after the box is embossed without distorting the pattern. Place the box in your embossing folder. You will have to do this in 2 passes...emboss part of the box then match up the pattern and emboss the rest of it. Since dry embossing weakens the card stock I glued a band of card stock to the inside top to make my box more stable. I stamped the tag from the Tag It stamp set and attached it to the box with a double brad bow. If you don't know how to make the bow watch for my Bows! Bows! Bows! video coming soon. The double brad bow is 1 of the 12 bows I'll be featuring.