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We are embracing every aspect of summer, including all the delicious seasonal fruit that’s debuting at our local markets. As an homage to one of our favorite berries, our designer Krista created these absolutely adorable strawberry treat boxes.
For a Berry Special Someone
You can use these printable strawberry treat boxes to fill with candies or other goodies for summer. Kids love surprises and presents, so why not put in 15 extra minutes to make something memorable! This could also be a fun craft for an Easter basket—and a cute, clever way to hide candy.
When you download the template below, you’ll see that the leaves have names on them. You can edit the names on the leaves using the free font Savu Condensed. This is a fun way to personalize your treat boxes and make them feel extra special.
Ready to get crafting? Just follow our step-by-step tutorial below to craft your paper strawberry treat boxes.
- Bone Folder
- Small Hole Punch
- White Cardstock
- Green Ribbon or Twine
- Glue (we used a glue dot roller)
- Gather the tools and materials listed above. Then download the PDF below.
- Print the template onto white cardstock and cut out the template.
- Score along the dotted lines using a ruler and bone folder. Fold along the lines.
- Hole punch where indicated on the template.
- Curl the strawberry flaps, leaf and top using the edge of a pair of scissors.
- Apply glue to the tab of the strawberry and stick to the opposite side.
- Weave ribbon or twine through the holes on top. Fill strawberry with treats.
- Pull tight and knot closed.
- Run ribbon through the leaf and strawberry top. Tie a bow.
- Make multiple strawberry treat boxes!
There are two color variations included in the template — bright red and fuchsia pink. We used our Canon to print so that we could stick our cardstock into the rear tray. Follow along with the photo tutorial below for visual guidance as you make your DIY treat boxes!
We have been loving strawberry projects lately, so don’t miss our 3D paper strawberries or DIY berry cartons to go with these strawberry treat boxes. If you are feeling inspired by these cute treat boxes, be sure to share your project photos with us!
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