Paper Treat Chest Tutorial For The Holidays

Today’s project is so much fun, I don’t want to waste any time getting into it.  Join me for this paper treat chest tutorial. You’re going to want to make these as soon as you have a few spare moments!
Stop in for this paper treat chest tutorial, and learn to make this adorable chest of drawers to fill with treats!

Chest Of Drawers Tutorial

I found the tutorial for this paper treat chest, which was originally called Santa drawers, here.  The ingenuity of this treat box design is fantastic, and I really wanted to recreate it.  I thought they would be perfect for Halloween coming up, but when I realized my Halloween designer paper stash was a bit low, I decided to create one for fall and Christmas.
Stop in for this paper treat chest tutorial, and learn to make this adorable chest of drawers to fill with treats!

Fill The With The Goods

I filled my chest with assorted fun size candy bars.  You could include other kinds of treats, K cups, hot chocolate packets, tea bags, crayons, other art supplies, office supplies, or toys.
Stop in for this paper treat chest tutorial, and learn to make this adorable chest of drawers to fill with treats!

Materials

The paper supplies needed to create this paper treat chest include:
  • 12″ x 12″ cardstock
  • 8″ x 8″ cardstock
  • (2) 9-3/8″ x 9-3/8″ designer paper
  • 11-3/8″ x 9-3/8″ designer paper
  • Additional papers and ribbons for decorations.

Stop in for this paper treat chest tutorial, and learn to make this adorable chest of drawers to fill with treats!

Instructions

 The best way to learn to make this paper treat chest is to watch along below as I create one myself.
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About Anna Helman

My name is Anna Helman and I am a farm wife, mom, step mom, owner of Windmill Lane Farm craft retreat, Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, and lover of all things crafty, foody, and outdoorsy. I have a passion for teaching others to make beautiful handmade cards!

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