As you may know, we usually get pretty creative with our treat boxes. From these vintage camper treat boxes to these cute papercut cabins, we have thought up some unique designs over the years. But this time we’re keeping it simple! Our kraft paper treat box is perfect for beginners and very easy to make, especially with a cutting machine.
If you don’t have a cutting machine, we have also included a printable template if you want to cut your treat boxes by hand. Along with your preferred cutting tool, all you need is some kraft paper and embroidery floss or ribbon to tie a bow on the top.
Because our kraft paper treat box is so simple in its design, you can use it for just about anything! For example, you can use it as a goody bag for treats, as party favors for a birthday celebration, or even to wrap a small gift. However if you are looking for something more seasonal, check out our paper acorns (or this acorn treat box for something bigger), our candy corn treat boxes, or our cornucopia treat cones.
Another fun idea is to add a seasonal gift topper, like how we added a paper leaf from this fall wreath design. You can also browse our labels for ideas on what to put in your treat box. You can then stick one of the labels right onto the box!
Skill level: Beginner
Other craft projects shown: Paper leaf wreath (minus the berries) and frosted paper button fern
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- Craft Scissors
- Cutting Machine (recommended)
Just cut and fold! Then loop a ribbon, twine, or embroidery floss through the holes at the top and tie a bow.
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Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
This Svg is not working out for me! The score and cut layers will not sync.
Double check that you are attaching all score and cut lines in design space before cutting. Check out or video on how to use our SVG cut files for clarification, beginning at minute 1:00 shows how to set up score line. https://liagriffith.com/video-tutorial-svg-files/
FYI, the photo below the instructions shows an error instead of the picture.
Thanks, Kelly! It’s a little video! Was working yesterday, so we’ll have to look into it.