These cute snowman treat boxes are great for co-workers, class parties, and stocking stuffers. They are so easy to put together with Stampin Up’s mini pizza boxes and the Spirited Snowmen stamp set. You can make a bunch in no time!
We have a lot of family who live out of state which makes Christmas gifts a challenge. With shipping costs continuing to rise, we have found that it is just easier to send gift cards. However, I like to do more than just stick gift cards in a card. So this year, I am using Stampin Up’s mini pizza boxes to package all the gift cards.
I am putting a layer of Dove Gifts chocolates in the box first. (You can fit 9 in there nicely.) Then I am putting the gift card on top. This is a cute way to make a gift card a little less boring 🙂
I have been featuring projects made with the cute Spirited Snowmen stamp set all week long. This stamp is so much fun for all sorts of projects. I also used it for making a card and a Christmas ornament. If you missed any of those tutorials,
Spirited Snowmen Stamp SetMini Pizza BoxesUnder the Mistletoe Designer Series PaperClear Wink Of Stella Glitter BrushBig Shot Die Cut MachineLayering Ovals Die Set1/8 inch Hole PunchReal Red 3/8″ RibbonLinen Thread
Stampin Blends Colors needed: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Smoky Slate, Crumb Cake
Cardstock colors needed: Whisper White, Real Red, Old Olive
Ink Pads needed: Black Stazon
Adhesive needed: Snail tape runner, Stampin Dimensionals, Tear & Tape adhesive
- Assemble the mini pizza box with the shiny side facing out.
- Add any desired candy (and a gift card if you like) to the box and close.
- Cut a piece of Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper to 2″ x 10″.
- Apply Tear & Tape adhesive to one end of the DSP strip of paper. Flip the paper over and apply a strip of Tear & Tape adhesive to the opposite end.
- Remove the backing from the adhesive strip from the side of the paper you want facing up. Fold the paper around the middle of the box with the seam on the middle of the top. Remove the backing from the other adhesive strip and press to the other end of the band. (You don’t want to adhere anything to the box itself. This is a belly band that you can slide on and off from the box.)
- Cut a 24″ length of Real Red ribbon. Tie around the middle of the band with the bow at the top edge of the box.
- On a piece of Whisper White cardstock, stamp the snowman image using black Stazon ink.
- On a scrap of Real Red cardstock, stamp the Winter Cheer sentiment using black ink.
- Use Stampin Blends markers to color in the snowman.
- Use the oval die from the Layering Ovals die set that is 1-3/4 inches across (the smallest one) to cut out the sentiment.
- Use a 1/8″ hole punch to cut a hole on the left side of the sentiment to turn the oval into a tag.
- Use the oval die from the Layering Ovals die set that is 2-3/4 inches across to cut out the snowman image.
- Use the scalloped oval die from the Layering Ovals die set that is 3 inches across to cut a scalloped oval from Old Olive cardstock
- Use a Snail tape runner to adhere the stamped snowman to the Old Olive scalloped oval.
- Use Stampin Dimensionals to adhere the snowman to the band just below the bow.
- Cut a small length of Linen Thread and string through the hole in the sentiment tag. Tie it around the red ribbon, just below the bow.
The band will slide on and off so the recipient can access the contents of their treat box.
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While you are here, be sure to check out the rest of my ideas for Christmas treat boxes.
I hope you enjoyed this Snowman treat box tutorial and it has inspired you to make some for your friends and family this Christmas. Happy crafting!