Nov 202017

Good morning!

I’m the Monday morning hostess at The House That Stamps Built. It’s my turn to share a ‘Project of the Week‘ with all of you. Today, I chose to share a tutorial for the easiest EVER treat box.

For this tutorial, I’m using this Repeat Impressions stamp:

2107 H Noel

Cut a piece of card stock to 6.5″ x 6.5″.
Score at 2″ on each side.


This is what your ‘box’ will look like:


Cut off the 4 corners and burnish your score lines nice and crisp.


Take a small hole punch and punch each side of each flap.
Now it looks like this.


Burnish your fold lines one more time for grins…


Take some Baker’s Twine or gold cording, and tie up your corners.


Decorate as desired.


Fill boxes with something delightful!
That’s it – you’re done!


Truly the easiest box ever, right?

On the dotted box, there were no added panels, green card stock was used for matting, and Baker’s Twine was used for the ties.

On the striped box, I cut and adhered four panels that were 2.25″ x 1.75″, gold metallic card stock was used for matting, and Gold cording for the ties.

We hope that you will give this a try!
Come back and let us know if you do – we’d love to see your finished projects!!!

Thanks for stopping by,
Patti J.

  3 Responses to “Project of the Week ~ Easiest Ever Treat Box”

  1. Cute as cute can be! Yep, easy peasy….and fun!!! Thanks for sharing this, Patti.

  2. What a fun (and easy) idea for making Christmas treats more fun! Thanks for sharing this great little tutorial!

  3. Oooo . . .yes, this does look like the easiest treat box ever, but it is also super cute!1 Great project!!

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