Saturday, September 10, 2011

Studio Stampers September Blog Hop

Welcome to the Studio Stampers Blog Hop.  You should have come from Lisa's Blog.  If you want to go to the beginning go to the Studio Stamper's Blog

This month I am hosting some fun treat workshops so people can make Halloween treats for school, work, or whatever they want.  These boxes are so fun and easy to make and you can fill them with anything you like.  I filled mine with about 10 Starburst or 5 Tootsie Roll Minis.

See below for scoring template. Cut out and score as indicated and stamp as desired.  I rounded my corners because I thought it added a nice touch but that is optional.  Punch holes in the top corners of the box and then fold the box up to measure the holes on the opposite sides.  Punch the remaining two holes (each corner will now have a hole) and thread through with pretty ribbon and tie in a knot at the top after filling with goodies.  Add a die-cut seal or decoration on top and you are good to go!

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Supplies used:  
Stamps - A Very Spooky Boo Day, Make a Scene
Ink - Nutmeg & Squash or
Onyx & Orange Papers - Kraft; French Roast & Squash or Onyx & Orange
Dies - Nestabilities Classic Scallop Circle and Circle dies
Accessories -
French Roast or Orange Satin Ribbon

Cut paper 8 1/2" x 3 1/2" and score on gray lines as shown.
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Angie said...

Really cute treat box! Thanks for the template.

Lisa said...

Love the treat box and you did a great job of stamping/decorating it!! Thanks for sharing the template as well. These would be wonderful for my coworkers!

Kathy said...

Cute! I love these triangle boxes and think I'm going to whip up a bunch for my kids's Halloween treats.

kari bell said...

super fun! and cute too.

Indy said...

I love little treat boxes...both making them and receiving them. Thanks for sharing. Your treat boxes are going to make some people super happy. Thanks for the template.

Sue D said...

Very cute treat box--love the owls.
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Melissa said...

Very cute - I must give these a try!~

Karen Crisp said...

I make treats for my daughters cross country team - these may be just the ticket