I love Halloween and I’ve already started looking at treats I might do for the neighborhood kiddos or co-workers. I thought I might share some of the ideas I’ve seen with you :
Sour Cream Containers
I’ve seen these done the traditional way, but at a recent stamping retreat, one of the stampers there did a similar treat by wrapping small candy bars (Kit Kats for example) with pattern paper and crimping the ends.
Triangle Treat Boxes
Look at these cute triangle treat boxes by Shelly Tapp. There is a good tutorial here by Barb Mulliken.
Broom Treat Bags
Carolina has come up with a very cute and creative use for brown lunch bags! She’s got more bags, boxes, and containers on her blog.
Envelope Treat Bags
Change the stamps and patterns to Halloween images in this video from ChicnScratch.
Halloween Treat Holder
Another video tutorial from ChicnScratch
Heidi did a really cute job with Qbee’s template here.
Halloween Treat Bags and Boxes
The ideas in the slide show from Parents.com were just so cute I had to share them.
Mr.and Mrs. Frankie Treat Boxes
Cambria Turnbow did such a cute rendition for Halloween of the 2-5-7-10 box found here.
Digital Treat Bag Topper
Here’s a blog freebie from Tracy Blakenship.
Batty for You Treat Topper
This particular design comes from Stamping Sharon, but I’ve seen punchies done like this for an owl topper like this here by Rebecca Wheeler
Stamped Recycled Candy Bags
Jennifer McGuire of Hero Arts does the BEST treat bags using the clear packaging from so many products! You have got to see her “Watch It Wednesday” episode on this!
Boo Treat Holder
One of our crew, poppy or casep, gave me this idea for a simple and quick treat holder made from an envelope. Read her description for the directions!
Stampin' Up has a cute "Sweet Treats" set that includes the clear adhesive containers for candy and this Halloween image:
So, in the spirit of the upcoming "holiday season," I thought I'd do a tutorial on another treat container for your ghoulish fiends!
Halloween Kiss Boxes
1. Cut a piece of cardstock to 5" by 5-1/2" as your project base (here I used black).
2. Score from the 5" side (see below) at 1-1/2", 2-1/2", and 4".
3. Turn the scored cardstock so that the 5-1/2" side with the two wider panels is at the top. You will decorate the second wide panel (see below).
4. Add "kisses" to the small panel with snail glue or glue dots.
5. Fold up into a triangle and adhere the flap with a little piece of double sticky tape or redline tape.
So, give it a try. If you make a Halloween treat bag or box, let us take a peek. Post the location here in the comments section. If you post in an online gallery, use keyword or tag RESQ19. Have fun!