Thanksgiving Treat Boxes

Yes, I said it would be a week full of fall projects and here is another one! Today’s project is some Thanksgiving treat boxes that would be a great decoration for your holiday table. I actually made these as treats for guests at a weekend retreat I hosted the last couple of days, but like I said, they would be great for Thanksgiving treats, or Christmas too – just not with fall leaves on them!

Thanksgiving Treat Boxes using the Stampin' Up! Fry Box die and Lighthearted Leaves stamp set

I made the box itself using the Fry Box Bigz die with my Big Shot. It cuts and scores the cardstock and I just had to fold on the scored lines, attach two strips of tear and tape adhesive, and attach the edges together. Because I used a Bigz die, I was able to cut a couple of these at once. That made for less cranking!

Thanksgiving Treat Boxes using the Stampin' Up! Fry Box die and Lighthearted Leaves stamp set

After the box itself was assembled, I made the leaves. I stamped the fancy maple leaf from the Lighthearted Leaves stamp set using Rich Razzleberry ink onto whisper white cardstock. Then I sponged Old Olive, Crushed Curry, Tangelo Twist and Rich Razzleberry over the top. I cut them out using the Leaflets framelits dies.

Thanksgiving Treat Boxes using the Stampin' Up! Fry Box die and Lighthearted Leaves stamp set

I cut 3/4″ strips from the Into the Woods designer paper pack and wrapped them around the boxes. Then I attached the leaves and a little gold cording bow. Oh, and I added some treats of course!

Thanksgiving Treat Boxes using the Stampin' Up! Fry Box die and Lighthearted Leaves stamp set

I would love to see your Thanksgiving table with some of these boxes scattered around. Comment or share a picture with me if you do!

Use the links below to check out the supplies I used and do some shopping! Use hostess code HTHNWWZ3 and I will send you a free gift! Even better, sign up for stamp club and you will get free projects and free stamps!

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