I don’t know about you, but I have loads of candy left from Christmas, at least the ones I don’t eat myself. So for my Hershey Nuggets I made a 9 piece treat box that I’ve given to my family as belated new year gifts. They where very appreciated so I thought I would make a tutorial on how to make them.
These treat boxes is not only fitted perfectly for 9 nuggets, you can also get 4 from a letter sized piece of cardstock and one sheet of transparency film.
The box is made up by a base and a lid. The base is a 4″ x 5″ piece of card stock, scored on all sides at 1/2″, tabbed on the long side as shown in the video and put together with some score tape. The lid is a 4 1/16″ x 5 1/16″ piece of transparency film, scored on all sides at 1/2″ , tabbed on the long side as shown in the video and put together with some score tape.
The Hershey Nuggets are individually wrapped in 3″ x 1″ pieces of pattern paper. After adding them to the treat box and closed the lid, the box was wrapped in red organza ribbon. As a the last detail, a diecut tiny tag and a diecut snowflake was put together and tied to the ribbon with some bakers twine.
I had a lot of fun making these boxes and I will most likely make more, but with some other card stock and pattern papers. I might make some for some easter treats. If you decide to follow my tutorial and share on social media please tag me so I can see what you have made.
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