Happy Word Card Making Day! I have some special card making challenges planned, and I hope you’ll join in with my Facebook group fun all day long. October is here, and soon it will be time to think about Halloween treats and decorations. I have a super fun product to share today that will make your treats and decorations come together in a snap, and it’s the Stampin Up Tombstone Treat Boxes, which are part of this year’s Holiday Catalog. These make it SO quick and easy to make fun Halloween projects, and today I want to share 5 different ways to use them!
Stampin Up Tombstone Treat Boxes
These cute boxes come prepared and ready-to-use, except that they are laying flat. To assemble them, simply remove paper backing from the two adhesive strips, then fold and adhere. I share how to do this in the video in the next section, but it’s so easy you won’t even need my instructions. Below you can see some of the ways I used these fun boxes.
Tombstone Treat Boxes Video
Watch along below for some fun ideas!
5 Ways To Use Stampin Up Tombstone Treat Boxes
Ok, let me share the five ways I came up with to use these boxes!
1. Fill With Treats And Decorate
This is so quick and easy!
Products used to decorate: Essential Tag Punch, Cutest Halloween and Banner Year stamp sets, Cute Halloween designer paper
2. Create A Window
When the boxes are still laying flat, use a die and your die cutting machine to create a window in the front. Use a piece of window sheet to close the opening and hold the treats inside.
Products used to decorate: Frightful Tags dies, Cute Halloween designer paper, Cutest Halloween stamp set
3. Make A Lantern
As with the project above, create a die cut opening in the front, then use a piece of vellum behind the opening. Decorate as desired, and place a battery-operated tealight inside.
Products used to decorate: Frightful Tags dies
4. Cute Decorations
Because the boxes sit up on their own, they make cute decorations all by themselves!
Products used to decorate: Pretty Pumpkins bundle, Cutest Halloween stamp set
5. Make a Banner!
I love this idea. Just punch a hole in the top of each box, string them together with a ribbon, and decorate!
Products used to decorate: Playful Alphabet dies, Cute Halloween designer paper
Here is the full list of products I used on these projects. See more about them and order using the links below.Product List
Thanks so much for visiting today! Get your own Stampin Up Tombstone Treat Boxes ordered now, to have them on hand when Halloween rolls around!