Easy Treat Boxes

Hi!  I know many of you are giving little gifty treats this season so I thought I’d pop in and share what I made today.  We had a neighborhood luncheon and so I made 25 of these clear treat boxes.


I had fun going through some embellishments I had left from last winter and each one was a little different. If I had kept them the same, I would have been done in one hour but it was fun digging thru my ribbons:) 
I cut a 1-1/2″ x 9-1/2″ strip of paper to wrap around. I only used one glue dot in front center under the paper band and glued the 2 ends together in the back.


The 2×2 clear treat boxes come flat and have a plastic, protective film to be removed. It just peels off and keeps the boxes from getting scratched before use.  Stampin’ Up sells them in the annual catalog, 16 food safe boxes for 7.99.

I found a bag of Russell Stover individually wrapped chocolates to put inside. I should have made some shred for inside but ran short on time

Here is a list of some of the SU supplies I used – click on photo to view in my Stampin’ Up shopping cart. 

Go Stamp Something!

Linda

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4 Responses to Easy Treat Boxes

  1. Really cute! What a great to use up your Christmas paper! Happy Holidays and Thanks for sharing!

  2. Gail Uebelacker says:

    Wow! So cute! I have followed you from Peterborough Ontario Canada, since before your move. I get many great ideas from you. I have been a demo for 10 mos. Keep ’em coming! Gail

  3. Lisa Ann Holliman says:

    Can we be neighbors?

  4. Susan Fenlator says:

    Linda can you please order me two sets of treat boxes? Please

    Sent from my iPhone

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