Easy Treat Box

Hi Everyone Happy Wednesday To You!

Today, I have a super easy treat box that I want to share with you!

This can be used for treats or trinkets. Makes a great gift box too!

Here is what I used:


Yellow cardstock: 7.5 x 8.75
Black cardstock: 2 at 3.25 x 2.25
Black cardstock: 2 at 2.25 x 1.25
Black cardstock: 2 1.25 x 3.25
White cardstock: 2 at 3 x 2
White cardstock: 2 at 2 x 1
White cardstock: 2 at 1 x 3

Bees Knees Stamp

Art Glitter Glue

Black Ink

Yellow Ink

Corner Rounder

Cricut trimmer

Bone folder

Here is how I did it:

Using the trimmer, score yellow cardstock on the 7.5 side at .5, 2, 5.5 and 7. Score on the 8.75 side at 1.5, 4, 5.5, and 8. Crease all score marks with bone folder. Cut along the red lines and remove the gray sections. See diagram below:


Now the stamping. On the small strips of white and one of the larger pieces of white cardstock, stamp the honeycomb image in yellow ink. Adhere to the black layers with Art glitter glue. On the other white piece of cardstock, stamp the greeting in the upper left corner with black ink. Stamp the bee and also the trails. Adhere this to the other black piece. Set aside.

Assemble box by putting glue on tabs. Adhere stamped images to the box. The stamped honeycomb image is for the inside of the box.

Video tutorial here!

Hope all of you have a Wonderful Wednesday. Hugs, Stacy ♥

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I made two more of these tonight with Cowboy Country cardstock for a conference this week. Needed a place for toothpicks and business cards on my demo table and this is perfect size. Again Stacy, thanks for these easy instructions for such a cute, practical box!

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