Scalloped Tag Topper Treat Box with Video Tutorial

Today’s project is my swap for my Paper Pixies team meeting this week – a Scalloped Tag Topper Halloween Treat Box!

This box is so easy to make! You can make 2 of these out of one piece of 8-1/2″ x 11″ cardstock. I’m thinking this might be this year’s Halloween treats for my trick-or-treaters!

Without further ado, here’s my video tutorial:

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  • Pumpkin Pie cardstock: 5″ x 8-1/2″
    • Score along the 8-1/2″ side at 2″, 4″, 6″, and 8″
    • Rotate clockwise and score along the 5″ side at 2″, 3″, and 4″
  • Spooky Night DSP – 1-3/4″ x 3/4″ (4 pieces)
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10 thoughts on “Scalloped Tag Topper Treat Box with Video Tutorial

  1. I have one of these! I have one of these! That reminds me that I also have three little chocolates. 🙂 Such a great project, Julie!

  2. I love all of your projects. I made 30 of these for the Cancer patients on dialysis at our local hospital and I can’t wait to give it out to them. It will certainly brighten up their lunch trays.

  3. Fabulous tutorial and a great idea for a all year a round treat box. Will be making an Easter version for my friends at work. Thank you.

  4. Thank you, thank you….I needed a treat box to go with a Halloween Card swap and this little box is perfect. Your video is SO helpful and easy to follow. Thanks for all you share on your very blog.
    You are very creative and generous with sharing how to create these wonderful projects. Thanks again!

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