I love making Holiday Treat Holders. That’s one of my favorite things about this time of year. Today’s project is a simple treat holder that would be perfect for mass producing. So if you need enough for a child’s class or for coworkers, this is the project for you.
For these Holiday Treat Holders, you will need:
- 8-1/2″ x 11″ Cherry Cobbler cardstock and 8-1/2″ x 11″ Grapefruit Grove cardstock scored on the long side at 3-1/2, 4, 7-3/4.
- Then cut the cardstock to 8-1/2 x 2-3/4 (you’ll get 4 treat holders from one letter size piece of cardstock)
- 8 (if you’re making the Christmas and Halloween treat boxes) @ 2-1/2 x 3 Whisper White cardstock
- Scrap Whisper White to stamp the labels on
- Buffalo Check background stamp
- Tags Tags Tags Bundle
- adhesive of choice
- Cherry Cobbler Ink, Grapefruit Grove Ink, Garden Green Ink, Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Holiday Treat Holders Instructions
I intended to make Christmas treat holder, but I couldn’t resist making a few for Halloween as well. The process is the same for both.
- Start by cutting your Cherry Cobbler and Grapefruit Grove cardstock to 2-3/4 x 8-1/2.
- Then stamp the 8 Whisper White cardstock pieces using the Buffalo Check stamp and the Cherry Cobbler and Grapefruit Grove inks. I (made 4 of each.)
- Then stamp your sentiments (Tags Tags Tags) using the Garden Green and Memento inks.
- Using a bone folder, fold and burnish your score marks.
- Then adhere the Buffalo Check stamped cardstock to the Cherry Cobbler and Grapefruit Grove cardstock.
- Then adhere the tags to the Buffalo Check pieces. (I used dimensionals. (For a little extra decoration, I added some die cut snowflakes to the Christmas treat holders and pumpkins to one of the Halloween tags. I used the dies in the Trio of Tags dies, which is included in the Tags Tags Tags Bundle.)
- Then you need to add your treats (individual size M&M pouches would be perfect for these).
- Using a stapler, staple your Holiday Treat Holders closed.
- Then tuck the top flow into the bottom flap to keep the treat holders closed.
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