Triangle Treat Box with Video Tutorial

Today’s project is a Triangle Treat Box designed by my friend and fellow demonstrator, Donna Wicks!

She created a Christmas version that she gave me at a demonstrator event in November and I simply fell in love with it! She shared the dimensions with me and I just had to share my version with you! It’s designed to hold a roll of Mentos! Thank you, Donna, for this fabulous project idea!

And here’s a different angle:

I shared this project during my Weekly Wednesday Facebook Live and closed the ends with Mini Glue Dots. A couple of my viewers asked if there was a different way to close the box so the recipient doesn’t tear the paper – and there is! So, here are close-up pictures of the 2 different ways you can close this box.

Here’s how it looks when you use Mini Glue Dots:

And here’s how it looks when you just tuck the flaps in:

I love options! It’s like ‘choose your own adventure’ – LOL! When you just tuck the flaps in, the box can be opened and re-opened without damaging the paper. Without further ado, here’s my video tutorial:

And here’s the template:

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful & blessed weekend!

MEASUREMENTS:

  • Melon Mambo cardstock – 4-1/8″ x 6-3/8″
    • Score along 6-3/8″ side at 3/8″ and 6″
    • Score along 4-1/8″ side at 1-1/4″, 2-1/2″, and 3-3/4″
  • How Sweet It Is DSP – 1″ x 5-3/8″ (3 pieces)
  • Gorgeous Grape cardstock (for die cut) – 2″ x 4-1/4″

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4 thoughts on “Triangle Treat Box with Video Tutorial

  1. Hello Julie and a happy February to you!!
    This box is amazing, love the colors and how easy it is to create.
    I think the way you closed it is perfect on both ends, I would do it like that, sealing one end and leaving the other end with an option to open and close it at the recipients will.
    The little cupcakes are just about the most perfect embellishment for this sweet triangular box.
    Thank you so much for sharing.
    XO

  2. Julie, I am so excited and delighted that my holiday box inspired this sweet and wonderful birthday version of your own! Your box is just delightful and fun, and of course, your tutorial presentation is wonderful! Again, I’m glad to have inspired you, thank you for the shout out, and “well done,” as always!!! Thanks for sharing! HUGS! xo

  3. Julie, I am delighted once again with your projects. I feel so fortunate to have discovered you and I continue to be amazed at your EXCELLENT presentations (so easy to follow) and the perfect measurements. I just can’t wait to see what comes next. I have shared some with my church ladies ( some are nervous, thinking they are just not crafters) and they leave so happy. You are a treasure!

  4. Félicitations pour toutes vos créations qui m’inspirent et vos explications très claires et surtout les mesures inscrites en direct sur les vidéos (puisque je suis française ).
    Par contre, un petit souci concernant la boîte “girardelli square treat holder” du 03.08.2017 concernant les perforations avec insta enveloppe, qui sont visionnées en accéléré et que je n’arrive pas à bien voir.
    Pouvez-vous m’aider peut être ? ?
    Je vous remercie beaucoup
    Encore bravo. J’aime beaucoup .
    Geneviève GAUBERT

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