Friday, November 4, 2011

6" Fold Treat Box


Oh you just have to check out today's FREE FOR ALL CHALLENGE #89. Wendy shows us how to make these adorable treat boxes made from a 6" piece of paper. The idea comes from Deb Felt's blog.

When I checked today's challenge I just had to play the minute I saw these adorable boxes. They are so easy to make. Great way to use some paper from your stash that may have been forgotten. I know I have some.

For my image I used the brand new release CHRISTMAS INCH STAMPS from CLEAR DOLLAR STAMPS.


Here's the inside view. I found mine held three Hershey Kisses comfortably.

RECIPE:
Stamps/Images: Christmas Inch Stamps (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Cardstock/Papers:Berry Blast, Cottonball White (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Inks/Markers: Versafine Onyx Black, Copics YG23, C-1, RV14 (from Clear Dollar Stamps)
Accents/Tools:Berry Blast Sheer Ribbon (Clear Dollar Stamps), Spellbinders Square Labels, Scotch dimensional tape, Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Tool
Techniques:6 inch treat box

THANK YOU FOR VISITING. ENJOY YOUR DAY!

5 comments:

Rosemary said...

so cute, lisa... may have to give this little box a try!

lostinpaper said...

Just adorable! I would love to receive something as gorgeous as this (it has nothing to do with the chocolates.... I promise).

auntbeespickles said...

You really are a QUEEN of creativity!! I'm gonna try this. Great idea and thanks for the link!
Hugs, Sarah

Kathy Bradley said...

Oh, Lisa, your little treat box looks awesome. I really like the cute image and lovely ribbon/bow! You put some yummy treats out there - and I'm betting there are a few more in the little treat box!

Sara I. said...

absolutely adorable project!!! this would be cute for stocking stuffers!! xx

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