The August-December 2020 Mini Catalog is filled with so many brand new products! One of the first products to catch my eye was the Little Treat Box Dies. It makes a treat box that’s SO easy to make and no adhesive is needed!
My treat box was made using another new product, Gilded Autumn Specialty Designer Series Paper. The design I used has beautiful copper and gold foil designs.
The largest die in the set is what you’ll use to make the treat box and the die will fit onto a piece of 6″x 6″ piece of paper (see the photo below for placement). The die set also includes several tags and embellishments. It pairs beautifully with the Little Treats stamp set (I didn’t use this stamp set on today’s project) and is available as a bundle (I have a picture of the bundle farther down in the post).
As I mentioned, the box is so easy to make and no adhesive is necessary. When you run the die through your die-cutting machine, it creates score lines as well as two slits and tabs which makes it a breeze to put together. If you need to make a lot of treat holders, you’ll be able to do it easily with the Little Treat Box Dies!
To give you an idea as to the size of the treat box, I have two Hershey’s Nuggets inside. I’m sure you’ll be able to come up with lots of other ideas to tuck inside.
The sentiment, from the stamp set, Banner Year, was stamped onto Very Vanilla cardstock using Versamark ink and then was embossed with Gold Embossing Powder. It was cut out using one of the tag dies in the Little Treat Box Dies.
There are so many possibilities with this set of dies!
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