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!
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.
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.
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.
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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