Halloween Treat Box …

Good morning. Ruza here to share an All-in-One Halloween Treat Box featuring some beautiful Fall Colors, along with dies and ribbon from my stash.

I love checking out all of the different Tutorials they have over at Splitcoaststampers, and found a Tutorial and Template on how to make an All-in-One Box. These boxes are very easy to make, and with Halloween fast approaching I decorated my All-in-One Box for Halloween.


I pulled out my cardstock and chose those pictured above for creating my Halloween Treat Box. First up is the actual box which I created with Flavours Gourmet Toasted Nutmeg (Clay).

The Template shown above is provided with the All-in-One Box Tutorial. After printing the Template I adhered it to Flavours Gourmet Toasted Nutmeg (Clay) with Removable Glue Dots, and followed the instructions for cutting out and putting together the All-in-One Box.

The next step is to decorate the box.

I used the Stardream Metallic Bronze (Brown) to wrap around the base of the box, and used an EKS Punch to create the zig-zag for the top of the box. The pumpkins were cut out from Stardream Metallic Flame (Orange), and the fence was cut out from Esse Pearl Smooth White.

The box, bottom pumpkin, fence and pumpkin, and zig-zag border were adhered with Tombow Mono Multi-Purpose Liquid Glue. The other 2-pumpkins were attached with Tombow 3D Double Sided Foam Tab Adhesive for a stacked look.

I used a die and sentiment from my stash to create the Halloween Tag, and then tied it on with some sheer ribbon.

Since this post is all about Halloween, I filled my box with some Hershey Kisses. YUM!

This was the first time I used CutCardStock products with my dies. I have to say that the crisp clear quality of each die cut was a nice surprise!

The Stardream Metallic Bronze (Brown) and Stardream Metallic Flame (Orange) cardstock are 10% off as part of the Fall into Saving Sale going on right now.

Until next time … Enjoy!

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