Happy weekend! Are you playing in your craft room today?
I’m back with another project using the Die Cuts with a View Premium Halloween Spirit paper pad that will be hitting the shelves this season.
Treats aren’t just for the kids at Halloween … I mean, why should they have all the fun, right?! Oh, you could definitely make these for the kids, but I think I will be giving them out to a few of my friends!
These treat boxes open by lifting the top of the tombstone off. Inside I placed homestyle caramels in a pretty rows!
Let’s take a closer look at each box! This one features a cut owl perched on the top of the the greeting cut-apart. A glimmering gold spiderweb sticker adds spook-night shine!
The foiled accents of the paper and stickers from this paper pad were a bit tricky to capture with my camera, but they make these projects Oh, So Special! Both the “Boo” and the “Happy Halloween” are shiny gold foil on the box below.
This cat is pulling his scariest face to try and keep you away from this candy haul. The ghost may be frightened, but don’t you run away … there are caramels waiting for you inside! Ha!
The hardest part about making these cute treat boxes is going to be giving them away! They look just as cute as a Halloween decoration sitting all together in a row.
Cut File: Tombstones by Cre8ive Cutz.com
Enjoy your weekend!
This elegant Queen of Hearts will steal the show on this gift bag. I fussy-cut a few of the flowers from the Sweetheart Floral paper
to use as accents.
Want to play it cool? Try this stylish gal cut from the 4×4 Journaling Cards paper
. She keeps her feelings mysterious by peeking out from behind those darling, heart shaped sunglasses.
This classic shaped floral heart is the perfect fit for anyone … flowers always brighten my day! Maybe you could give these treats along with a bouquet of flowers or a small potted plant for your sweetheart to enjoy along with their treats?!
Treat boxes cut from pretty patterned papers take only a few minutes to create, yet they show that special someone that you think the world of them by wrapping up their gift in an extra special way!
CUT FILE INFORMATION:
“Box” by Lori Whitlock (Design #10171 in the Silhouette Design Store)
Delivering delicious, homemade treats to neighbors and friends is one of those iconic holiday traditions that I adore. If you are going to take the time to take a treat, why not package them in an adorable way while you are at it?!
The window allows a peek inside to the homemade goodies. You can use several types of materials for the window; re-purposed clear packaging, a sheet protector, or a transparency. I chose to use a heavy-weight clear presentation report cover. These can be purchased at your local office supply or copy store.
Everyone loves homebaked goods during the holidays! This stocking box would be the perfect way to deliver them. I hope you feel inspired to create your own holiday treat packaging!
Christmas Cafe SVG Set by SVG Cuts
Silhouette Cameo Machine
Brown Distressing Ink
Clear Presentation Cover
Have a great day!
Happy Fall, friends! The minute the weather turns cool my family and I start craving pumpkin chocolate chip muffins. We always make several batches; some of the batches are for us to eat, but then we also like to make additional batches to take to our friends in the neighborhood.
This year I used the A Perfect Autumn collection by Echo Park Paper
to create a darling tote to package up our muffins. The tote fits 9 muffins stacked in three rows inside a cellophane bag perfectly, and is sooo much cuter than a zip-top bag!
I created a tag for this bag by trimming one of the 3×4 Journaling Cards
to a smaller size. I then notched the top two corners to create a tag shape.
I varied each bag a bit by using different tags and elements to accent the die cut pumpkins and leaves. On the polka dotted bag, I fussy-cut the word “FALL” from one of the 3×4 cut apart Journaling Cards
Next, I added the squirrel and leaf sticker from the Element Stickers
. I used a small chipboard circle with an acorn to accent the squirrel and added a sprinkling of brads
above his head for some dimension.
Don’t those muffins look delicious peeking out!