Do you like to make 3D creations with paper? Whether this is your comfort zone when it comes to papercrafting or this is totally new to you, I really encourage you to make some of today’s treat holders. They are very simple to create and so, so cute. Let’s take a look at this double pocket treat holder design!
I featured three main product bundles on today’s treat holder. For the fall sample, I used Harvest Meadow designer paper and the Pretty Pumpkins bundle.
Here you can see it up close. These detailed pumpkins are my favorite.
For the Halloween sample I used Pattern Party designer paper (a host exclusive), Cute Halloween paper, Cutest Halloween stamps and the Frightful Tags dies.
I also used some specialty papers including Black Glitter Paper And Silver Foils. The tiny bits of specialty paper add so much!
For the Christmas treat holder, I used Heartwarming Hugs designer paper and the adorable Frosted Gingerbread bundle.
Here it is. Is it Christmas yet?!?
All you need to make one of these is a piece of 8″ x 8″ patterned paper and some ribbon. Would you like to see how to make them?
To see exactly how to create these holders, watch along here.
Here are the main products I used to create these projects.Product List
What To Include Inside
You can use these holders to fill with a variety of goodies. They would work for Post It notes, tea bags, Ghiradelli squares, a sewing kit, name card, and possibly even a Reese cup.
Many crafters love to place something like this at your Thanksgiving table for each guest. You could include each person’s name on a card, or do what I did with this one. Make a blank card for them to write down their gratitude list.
Try making these double pocket treat holders today, then send me a picture – I would love to see your creations!