Making a box for treats or small gifts doesn’t have to be hard with the Nested Treat Boxes from Stampin’ Up! These delightful boxes are not only incredibly easy to assemble, thanks to their pre-scored lines and adhesive backing, but they also offer endless opportunities for creative decoration. Let me show you!
These food safe boxes are absolutely perfect for decorating. They can be stamped, cut, designed, wrapped, tied up, and so much more! You get 8 in a pack making them perfect for all sorts of projects.
The boxes have 2 pieces and are super easy to put together. They are already scored and have adhesive on them. Just fold them up and they’re ready to go!
To begin decorating your box, cut out 8 pieces of Designer Series Paper, each measuring 2½” by 2½”. I fussy cut the notch taken out of the front of the box. You can achieve the same result by using half of a small circle punch.
Adhere your cut paper pieces to the sides of the Nested Treat Box. You can mix and match patterns or stick with a coordinated theme—it’s all up to your personal style.
I chose the Cheerful Daisies bundle to decorate the front of the box. Crushed Curry and Daffodil Delight ink make some very pretty flowers. I then used the die set to die cut a nice birthday sentiment.
Feel free to add additional embellishments if you want. I added a few Pastel Sequins.
Once your boxes are beautifully decorated, don’t forget their primary purpose—fill them with delightful treats! These boxes make fantastic gifts for birthdays, special occasions, or simply as a token of appreciation.
I hope this project has inspired you to get crafty! With the Nested Treat Boxes, you can craft personalized and memorable gifts that will be cherished by anyone lucky enough to receive them. Happy Stamping!Product List
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