Welcome to Day 10 of my 12 Days of Christmas 2018
Today I bring you another under 30 minute craft idea you can use to package up a small gift and or some edible treats. The one I made is from Cricut Design Space and it is called Cricut Snowflake Treat Box, here is the link.
If you don’t have an electronic cutting machine, I will leave a link to some print and cut files below, so you can still make your own treat gift boxes.
Cricut Design Space features Ready-to-Make projects. These Ready-to- Make projects include everything from home décor to fashion to paper crafting, and even a variety of FREE projects. To make a project, all you need to do is gather your supplies and go.
You can create the Ready-to-Make project by clicking the “Make It” button which takes you directly to the mat preview screen. If you want to change the size of your project or change it in any other way you can click on the “Customize” button – this takes you to the design screen were you can make your adjustments. For this little box I decided to leave it as it was originally designed. It was so great to have my Cricut Explore Air One do all the cutting for me.
I think these handmade gift/treat boxes would make great Secret Santa gifts and/or neighbour gifts.
As promised here are some links to treat boxes you can print, cut by hand and embellish to your liking.
A jingle box from The Paper Pixie
A brownie box from It’s Always Autumn
This one is very similar to the hexagonal shaped box I made, from My Passion to Scrap
Handmade treat boxes are A Wandaful Thing!
It’s been a great deal of fun preparing for this event, and I can’t wait to show you all the Wandaful Things I’ve been up to.
Here is a recap of the 12 Days of Christmas 2018 so far:
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Thanks for stopping by….until next time.