Hi, and thanks for stopping in today! Last month I shared 50 amazing paper craft projects from Stampin Up demonstrators around the U.S. One of those projects was an amazingly cool treat holder like the ones shown below. I know they don’t look super exciting in a photo, but believe me. Here’s why – when you pull on the ribbon on the right side, a Ghiradelli square candy bar emerges from the left side – kind of like magic. After receiving one of these from the Maui swap, I just had to find out how to make them. Where there’s a will there’s a way, right? Well, I figured it out and I’m so excited to share it with you!
Do you want to see how this fun treat holder works and learn how to make one? Watch along here!
How to Make A Candy Bar Slider Treat Box
Are you ready to make this adorable little treat box? If so, below are the supplies you’ll need to make this project.
- 4″ x 7″ Card Base, Scored at 1/2″, 7/8″, 3″, 3 3/8″, 5 1/2″
- 2 – 2″ x 3 7/8″ Coordinating Cardstock
- 1 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ White Cardstock
- 1 7/8″ x 3 3/4″ Coordinating Designer Series Paper
- 8″ Piece of Ribbon
- 1″ x 8″ Piece of Ziploc Bag or Grocery Sack
Before we get to the video, here are the two treat boxes I made. I’m head over heels for how well these turned out. The one pictured below was made with Expressions in Ink Designer Series Paper and the Color & Contour bundle. I shared another project with this stamp set here and that gorgeous paper pack here.
This cute little peach slider box pictured below was made with the You’re a Peach Designer Series Paper. This one is my favorite 🙂
Ok, let’s get to the details on how to make them!
Here’s my video with all the details on how to make this fun little treat holder. Check it out!
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Thanks for joining me today. I hope you’ll try making this candy bar slider soon!
What a cute project! Thanks for sharing.
Love it! These will make great treats for Halloween or the holidays. Did you cut the plastic with a trimmer or scissors?
What a cute treat box Anna! And what a surprise when you pull the tag on one end and get a chocolate on the other. How cool is that!