DIY Leftover Treat Boxes
They say that the smallest details make the longest lasting impressions. Send your guests home with a little something sweet, tucked neatly inside these adorably whimsical treat boxes - and they will ...
They say that the smallest details make the longest lasting impressions. Send your guests home with a little something sweet, tucked neatly inside these adorably whimsical treat boxes - and they will most definitely be stopping by for more! Check out our Holiday Mag for even more ideas on how to be the hostess with the mostess this year.
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MaterialsTreat boxes (we used gable boxes and take out boxes)
Pie slice box template
Scissors
8.5 x 11” cardstock
Hot glue gun & glue sticks
Bone folder
Full page label paper
Free treat labels

instructions

step-1Make pie slice boxes out of cardstock using Martha Stewart’s template. We printed her template directly onto the cardstock at 100% for the box top and 90% for the box bottom. Then we cut out the border of each piece, used the bone folder along the dotted lines, and glued the boxes in place. You can embellish the boxes by adding borders or wrapping in pretty paper if you’re feeling fancy!

step-2Print out the treat labels onto the full page label paper.

step-3Cut out the labels along the gray lines, and pop onto pie and treat boxes.

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