Werther’s Treat Pouch & A Card

Today’s projects feature products from the Little Latte Suite! I was on the hunt for a coffee-flavored treat and found coffee-flavored Werther’s, so I designed a cute treat pouch for them! And the coordinating card is a super easy fun fold!

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Two Werther’s Treat Pouch

This treat pouch perfectly fits 2 Werther’s! It’s a great little treat for someone! And I thought the coffee-flavored Werther’s were perfect for the A Little Latte Suite! You can create this treat pouch with just a 4″ x 4″ piece of patterned paper, which means you can make 9 of these out of 1 sheet of 12″ x 12″ paper!

Here’s a side view:

This treat pouch is closed with a folded banner and a staple – quick & easy! The embellishments on the front hide the staple and I added a fun sentiment to the back side:

Here’s the template for reference (not to scale):

The template above is also included in the free project sheet!


  • Designer Series Paper – 4″ x 4″
    • Starting with pattern in portrait, score along one side at 1″ on both sides
    • Score along the other side at 1-5/8″ on both sides
  • Cardstock (banner) – 3-1/2″ x 1″
    • Score in half at 1-3/4″

A Little Latte Card

This fun fold card goes together so easily! All you do is trim off a section of the card base, turn it a quarter turn, and then adhere it to the partial card front! Add some coordinating paper, a focal point with a sentiment, and you’re done!

I also decided to decorate the inside to use the edges pieces from the Designer Series Paper:

That “coffee rings” stamp is so awesome! It really looks like the coffee/latte mug left its mark!


  • Card Base – 4-1/4″ x 11″, scored and folded in half at 5-1/2″
    • Trim off 3″ from the 11″ side to create a 3″ x 4-1/4″ piece
  • Basic White:
    • 4″ x 5-1/4″ (inside layer)
    • 2-3/4″ x 4″ (front layer)
  • Designer Series Paper:
    • 4″ x 2-1/4″ (portrait)
    • 2-1/2″ x 3-3/4″ (landscape)

Want to see how these projects came together? Check out my livestream replay!

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


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9 thoughts on “Werther’s Treat Pouch & A Card”

  1. Yes, I loved your coffee cards. I really like a few of the die cuts especially the little cup dies. They are really cute. Even though I don’t drink coffee, I love the smell of it and the cards give me that feeling when I see them.

  2. came just in time. i can prepare this one for one
    of the volunteers coming back from cancer
    procedures. As always, THANKS!

  3. I always love learning how to make the dimensional projects that you make ( also love your cards). You are very precise at explaining each step on your video. This allows me to learn the correct way to create the item using your tutorial as a guide.

  4. Nice card and treat pouch. I love the coffee werther’s coffee candies… Love the colors too! TFS.
    Hope you and your family have a blessed Easter.

  5. Another adorable mini treat container. I really get into making these and look forward to the next one. I have them on hand for my delivery people. They always “ooh” over how cute they are. Thanks for being so creative.

  6. Hi Julie:
    This is perfect, I had been searching for a easy Mother’s Day card for sometime now and was so glad when you did this one, perfect cause I need about 27 of them for my church. Thank you for your time and the instructions are so easy to follow. May the continually bless you and your family.


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