How to Create a Treat Box Card

A treat box card is a great little way to send a message and gift all at the same time.  I actually think this will be how I package my son's treat for his class's Halloween party this year in school.  I am just waiting on my newest order of DSP from Stampin' Up! to arrive :)  So I though I would share how to create this terrific card yourself.
  • Cardstock
  • Simply Scored
  • DSP
  • Adhesive
  • Modern Label Punch, Round Tab Punch

Print out the treat box card template. Cut template out and use the instructions provided on the template to score your cardstock.

Treat Box Card Template

If you have trouble reading or printing the template use these measurements:
Start with a 6 1/2" x 11 3/4" piece of cardstock. Score your 6 1/2" side at 3/4" and 5 3/4". Score your 11 3/4" side at 3 1/2", 7", 8 1/2", 9 1/4", 10 3/4" and 11 1/2".


Trim 3/4" from each of the longest sides up to the first base flaps of the box.


Crease the cardstock at the score lines. Create the end tabs by cutting the 3/4" extensions on each side of the box up to the score line, and totally removing the smallest end tab.


Remove a diagonal piece of cardstock from the opposite end of the box. This will create your front flap.The diagonal line should go from approximately the center of the flap down to the score line.


Cover the inside of the card with DSP.


Use a decorative punch to make a window in the top of the box. Use a punch that is 1” or smaller to keep your box stable.  I used the modern label punch. Punch once slide down and punch again to give a larger window.


Apply adhesive (perferably Sticky Strip) to the 1/4" fold of the box end. Fold over following score lines to form the box.


Cover the front flap of card and embellish remainder of Treat Box Card as desired. Fill box with treats and secure top and bottom flaps with adhesive.

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