Double Compartment Treat Box

In today’s post, I’m sharing a Double Compartment Treat Box with a St. Patrick’s Day theme and sized to fit chocolate coins! You won’t believe how this box goes together – it’s amazing what you can do with paper!

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I thought the sentiment “You are a treasure” was perfect for chocolate coins and St. Patrick’s Day! This box is inspired by Rachel Tessman from Stamp Your Art Out and Amber Kemp-Gerstel from Damask Love and “Pixiefied” to fit chocolate coins!

Lots of other treats will fit in here too like Dove Promises, Mini Ghirardelli Squares, and more! The individual compartments measure 1-5/8″H x 1-5/8″W x 5/8″D. Here’s a look at the inside:

With the belly band, it’s like the cutest little clutch with compartments! The 4-leaf clover was created using 4 hearts punched from the Bee Builder Punch.

Here’s the template for reference:

Want to see how this project came together? Check out my livestream replay!

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


  • Finished Size – 1-5/8″H x 3-1/4″W x 5/8″D
  • Cardstock (box) – 5-1/2″ x 6-1/2″
    • Score along the 6-1/2″ side at 1-5/8″ from each side
    • Score along the 5-1/2″ side at 1-5/8″, 2-1/4″, 3-7/8″, and 4-1/2″
  • Designer Series Paper:
    • 7/8″ x 3-1/8″ (1 pc – landscape)
    • 1-1/2″ x 3-1/8″ (2 pcs – landscape)
  • Cardstock (belly band) – 1″ x 5-1/4″


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14 thoughts on “Double Compartment Treat Box”

  1. Very cute project. I ‘m so pleased to be receiving your project posts again. The templates are most helpful.
    Thank you.

  2. I can read but it does not always soak in when I buy a die, so I have to watch a tutorial with instructions.
    You’re step by step couldn’t be better. I love the cute box, it’s pretty clever how it goes together.

  3. Julie, thank you so much for the creative box you made. I have made a total of five of them so far. I’m making them for Easter to hide them instead of the plastic Easter eggs. I enjoy watching you every week. Have a nice weekend.

  4. I made these for my pinocle club ladies and they loved them. I am waiting for another See’s candy coin delivery and am making these adorable boxes for some fam8ly, grand children and neighbors…I think my waste collectors and mail lady would like a treat, too! Thank you for all of your wonderful fun ideas!!

  5. Like this. Going to make a few for up coming birthday party. Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to other projects

  6. Thank you! Can’t wait to start making these! I plan to pass them out to the nurses at my mom’s infusion clinic! See ya tonight!

  7. Thank you love your little boxes you do and share with all of us. I couldn’t make a box of any kind and have it turn out. Thank you for sharing.


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