Easter Treatbox

Here is a quick and easy treatbox made with Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. We are making these boxes in our Girl Scout Easter crafting Meeting. I used Lawn Fawn’s Fancy Box die set along with their Hoppy Easter stamp and die set.  1 sheet of 81/2×11 single sided patterned cardstock will yield 2 boxes. I used some Recollections Spotted cardstock I had in my stash. If you cut the cardstock in half lengthwise (5 1/2″), each half will fit the Fancy Box die, oval stitched die, and the Hoppy Easter dies. Place the Fancy Box die lined up in the bottom right  corner. Place the stitched oval die in the top left corner, then cut with die cutting tool. Use the back (white) side of the remains to stamp the Hoppy Easter set in an Easter color that coordinates with your paper. I used Stampin’ Up Flirty Flamingo. You can then color them or leave them as-is (which I did for simplicity). Then die cut with matching dies. Use liquid adhesive to attach the bunny, basket and egg to the stamped stitched oval. Assemble your box by folding all score lines inward. Attach the four corner flaps with tear-n-tape. Box is now ready for it’s treat😃. I used Reese’s Peanutbutter Eggs but it could hold a gift card instead, or other candy. Once filled, close the box and insert scalloped flap into matching opening. Attach the oval sentiment to the box with dimensionals on the top and bottom of the oval (so twine can be feed thru center). Cut a length of coordinating baker’s twine (I used lime green + white). Place the twine thru the center on the sentiment, wrap around the back and bring to the front top and bottom. Feed the bottom piece of twine under the sentiment, join with the top piece and tie a bow. All done😊.

I love this Fancy Box die❤️ I have used it on so many occasion. It is so easy to put together because it is cut in one piece. All you have to do is fold and tape😃

Thanks so much for stopping by! Please come back soon!! Until then…Peace, Love and Coffee…and a peanutbutter Easter egg😋

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