OK, I know I've been saturating the blog with Halloween treats lately, but what better week to feature them? Just a few more days and you'll be handing out the sweet stuff to all those adorable trick-or-treaters, so why not see how you can make those treats look extra nice?
Here's a little packaging idea for you; takes just minutes to create, but is oh-so-cute!
Load up your Tiny Treat Box and close the lid (these have Sour Patch Kids candies for my grandkids).
Cut a strip of card stock or Designer Series Paper that is 2" x 8" long.
No glue necessary--place the box in the center of the strip. Bring up both ends around the box and "finger fold" along the edges of the box (just run your fingers along the edge to give it a little shape).
The ends will meet at the center of the box top--hold them where they meet and using a stapler, staple them just above the box. The ends will now be sticking up, about 3".
Stamp a sentiment (I used some from Spooky Fun) using Basic Black ink; punch with 1-1/2" circle punch; add to front. Finish off with a Halloween Night Enamel Dot.
Churn out lots...until your candy runs out: