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Printable Halloween Treat Box

This craft is part of the 13 Days of Halloween project. Download number templates for the project, as well as the bug template for Day 3, in the tips and supplies post. Links to all of the crafts from this project can be found in the main 13 Days of Halloween post.

These mini treat boxes can be used for all sorts of occasions. They’re the perfect size to fit a snack size candy bar or a couple of mini Reese’s peanut butter cups (my favorite – so glad they make sugar free now!). But you can use the boxes for small favors and gifts, too. Use different patterned and colored papers to create a limitless number of looks.

Free Printable Mini Treat Boxes

Supplies Needed

mini treat box template (216Kb PDF)

a printer

black and orange cardstock

1/8″ black grosgrain ribbon

glue dots

1/8″ hole punch

2″ scallop circle paper punch

a stylus for scoring the paper (optional)

a ruler (optional)

a small cutting mat (optional)


1. Print the box template onto orange cardstock, and cut out along the solid lines. Score/fold along the dotted lines, using a stylus, a ruler, and a small cutting mat to make folding easier. Assemble the box, place treats inside, and close the top flap.

2. Using a paper punch and black cardstock, punch out a scalloped circle. Attach the calendar number to the center of the circle with glue dots.

3. Using a 1/8″ hole punch, make holes at the top and bottom center of the scalloped circle.

4. Thread the ribbon down through the bottom hole and up through the top hole, and tie to the box, knotting the ribbon on the back of the box and trimming off any excess.

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