There are many directions available online for presentations of Hershey Nuggets (or Nestles Treasures) but most of the boxes weren't a size that pleased me. Some designed to hold three candies were rather wide and long for three but certainly not large enough for four. I tweaked various directions to come up with dimensions that worked for me.
First off, here is a plate of my boxes. Each one slides open (the top is a sleeve) to reveal three candies.
Here are the boxes, uncovered, with candies inside:
Each box began as a 5 1/4" by 3 3/4" rectangle. With the paper in landscape orientation on my scoring device, lines were scored at 1/2"; 1 1/8"; 4 1/8"; and 4 3/4". Turning the paper to portrait orientation, I scored it 1/2"; 1 1/8"; 2 5/8"; and 3 1/4". Still in this position, each of the vertical lines were cut from the outer edge to the second horizontal line, top and bottom respectively. Here is the top cut, bottom untouched.
Here is the box with all of the corners cut away:
Here is the box completely trimmed on black paper.
The rest of the box is a sleeve, and is very simple to make. Begin with 5" x 3" rectangle. With the long side across the top (landscape orientation), score at 5/8"; 2 1/4"; 2 7/8"; and 4 1/2". Those two end flaps are not quite the same dimension. The first one is 5/8" wide, the other end is 1/2". If that bothers you, you could cut the rectangles at 5 1/8" and both flaps would be the same size. My measurement allowed me to put the adhesive on the outer (print) side of the 1/2" flap and have the wider side cover it. By that, I mean that the 3" edge of the first flap (5/8") covers the smaller flap and meets at the crease. Sometimes, if both sides are cut supposedly the same size but are a bit off or are creased a little catty-wampus, you have a problem.
I had a lot of fun making and decorating these boxes and will undoubtedly make them again.