I’ve got a quick & easy treat holder for you today! This is a smaller version of THIS treat holder that I’ve shared a few times before!
Here’s a closer look:
And here’s what this treat holder looks like from the side:
This project uses a small amount of Designer Series Paper, so it’s great to make multiples of! And how cute is the Mini Library Clip with the Whisper White Baker’s Twine bow?!? It might be my favorite detail of this project!
Here’s my previous video tutorial show you how to put this treat holder together. Please note that the dimensions in the video are different than this project, so please refer to the measurements below.
Let me know if you have any questions! Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful & blessed day!
- From My Heart Specialty DSP – 3″ x 5-1/8″
- Score along the 3″ side at 3/4″ and 2-1/4″ (or 3/4″ from each side)
- Score along the 5-1/8″ side at 2-1/4″ and 2-7/8″ (or 2-1/4″ from each side)
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5 thoughts on “Nestle Crunch Heart Treat Holder”
What a sweet and beautiful way to give away these delicious chocolates, Julie.
Love it, thank you for sharing.
I just love your work.since my husband is recovering from heart surgery and can start crafting again. Got my she shed and all my crafts in there.cant wait to get busy and watch more of your tutorial s
Love this! I will definitely be making these. Thank you so much for the happy mail I received on Saturday!
Such a cute little treat holder Julie. Loved how that gem didn’t want to get stuck!
Thank you for all of your beautiful projects, but especially those using smaller pieces of DSP. I absolutely love little treat boxes. I think it gives me the opportunity to show thanks or greetings with an extra little bit of love in the way a small gift can be presented.