Say hello to Halloween with our paper candy corn treat boxes! This is a sweet and simple project you can craft for your kids. Or you can always make a bunch as gifts to give to neighbors, coworkers, or friends.
This is an easy project to cut by hand. Or you can always use your cutting machine to speed things up.
Contain Your Candies in Cuteness
Even if you’re not a fan of candy corn, you can’t deny how cute these candy corn treat boxes are! Of course you can always put other types of candies or chocolates inside if you’d like. To make sure our treat boxes were sturdy enough, we used cardstock in classic candy corn colors.
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- Craft Scissors
- Cutting Machine (optional)
- Bone Folder
- Cardstock Paper – Cosmic Orange, Lemon Drop, and White
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun or Adhesive Dot Roller
For SVG cutting version: Download and cut. Use a bone folder to help fold your paper. Use a glue dot roller or other glue to hold your treat box together.
For printable version: Download, print and cut. Score with a scoring tool or bone folder along the doted lines. Glue the sides of your box together where indicated. Glue the candy corn shape to the top and bottom pieces.
Love crafting for Halloween? Browse all of our Halloween projects here. You can also explore the rest of our treat boxes for more ideas like this one.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
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How do I tell which is the bottom and which is the top?
The bottom is slightly smaller so the lid slides on easily.