Mini Tic Tac Milk Carton

Today’s project is a quick & easy one! It’s a Mini Tic Tac Milk Carton – perfect for a little thank you or pick-me-up gift! I had fun designing this mini milk carton using the Wonderful Thoughts stamp set paired with the Lighter Than Air Designer Series Paper. This tiny treat box is embellished with elements from the Hooray for Surprises Dies and Bright Skies Dies – with a rhinestone for the finishing touch!

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I love to create cute & tiny projects – they’re fun to make and fun to give! These mini Tic Tac containers are adorable! I purchase them on Amazon and have used them for swaps and random acts of kindness!

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Here’s another look:

And here’s how cute & tiny this treat holder in my hand for reference:

This treat holder uses a small amount of Designer Series Paper, so it’s great for using up scraps and well as making multiples!

Want to see how to create one? Check out my livestream replay!

And here’s the template for reference:

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


  • Finished Size – 2″H x 1″W x 5/8″D
  • Designer Series Paper – 2-3/4″ x 3-3/4″ (landscape)
    • Score along the 3-3/4″ side at 1″, 1-5/8″, 2-5/8″, and 3-1/4″
    • Rotate clockwise and score along the 2-3/4″ side at 5/8″, flip to backside, and score at 2-3/8″


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19 thoughts on “Mini Tic Tac Milk Carton”

  1. Love the mini tic tac box. I made 25 boxes and am waiting for the tic tac’s to arrive. I ordered the colored mini clips to attach to the top of the box. They are so cute. I love the way you post the project sheets on the live you tube program. Thank you for another cute project.

  2. The milk carton idea is very cute. I enjoy the boxes you make. They are so inspirational. I belong to a card club and i like to make boxes with treats of some kind for every month. I am looking for something for St. Patricks day that will hold about 6 gold coins. I saw you did a double fold box…but haven’t found it yet. Is there a list of all your boxes, or do I have to just keep opening the tutorials. Also…if I am signed up with another demonstrator can I still order or become a buyer from you?

  3. Hi Julie . Love your creative endeavors and bubbly personality. Thanks for all your inspirations . My ‘mini candy’ budget has certainly soared since finding you on the internet. My friends and their grandkids are loving all the little unique gift boxes and their contents.

  4. I tune in every week and your projects are great. But I’ll be honest, you really make my day when they are construction especially boxes – impossible boxes and Shadow boxes. Just no cereal boxes

  5. I absolutely Love your sight I’m retired now from making chocolates and all my own boxes and bags and I find you so inspiring
    you do absolutely beautiful detailed projects I love, keep up the great work Hope

  6. Julie this is so darn adorable. I will be trying it for after I get my craft room back. We are moving and all my supplies are in boxes.

    Thank you though your beautiful talent gives me encouragement to get back into creating. Have a wonderful time on your trip.


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