Double Pocket Treat Holder, Table Decoration & Name Card Holder!

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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!

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

Products Used

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.

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

Here you can see it up close. These detailed pumpkins are my favorite.

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

For the Halloween sample I used Pattern Party designer paper (a host exclusive), Cute Halloween paper, Cutest Halloween stamps and the Frightful Tags dies.

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

I also used some specialty papers including Black Glitter Paper And Silver Foils. The tiny bits of specialty paper add so much!

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

For the Christmas treat holder, I used Heartwarming Hugs designer paper and the adorable Frosted Gingerbread bundle.

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

Here it is. Is it Christmas yet?!?

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

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?

Video Tutorial

To see exactly how to create these holders, watch along here.

Materials List

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.

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

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.

Make this double pocket treat holder for any special occasion, as a fun treat, post-it holder, table decoration, name card holder, co-worker gift, and more!

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Try making these double pocket treat holders today, then send me a picture – I would love to see your creations!

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2 Replies to “Double Pocket Treat Holder, Table Decoration & Name Card Holder!”

  1. Johanna Barbieri

    Hi Anna
    What a great idea! Thank you for sharing.
    I was wondering if you had a template or measurements to make the two fold candy holder? I’ve watched the video but was wondering if you had something to print out. I do better that way.
    In addition I was wondering how you made the guide on your cut and score, I have a hard time getting things straight and thought that was a great idea as well.
    Thank you for time and for sharing your ideas and knowledge with us.
    Johanna Barbieri

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