Tutorial Santa Treat Boxes

Neighbor or Teacher Gift

I love making little treat boxes to give to my kid’s teachers, work friends and neighbors.  I think there is something so much more personal in a small hand made gift.

The original idea (that I obviously copied) came from Karina’s Kreations.

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Isn’t it cute!

I just love punch art and that is exactly how the Santa head comes together.  Punch Art is using several different punched shapes to create a completely different shape, like a Santa Head.

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Punches that I used:
  • Extra Large Oval (hat, hat rim, face)
  • Large Oval (hat)
  • 1/2″ Circle Punch (nose)
  • Ornament Punch (beard)
  • Bird Builder (mustache)
  • Boho Blossom (hat tassel)
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  1. Glue white hat trim to the top of the face oval
  2. Glue ornament to chin of face for beard
  3. Glue 2 bird wings at top of beard to create muchstache
  4. With a dimensional or raised glue dot, adhere nose to center of mustach
  5. Glue 2 googly eyes to face
  6. Glue smaller oval to back of larger oval and add Glitter shape as a pom pom.  Glue to back of Santa head
And there you have SANTA!

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For the cone box I used Sizzix Bigz L Petal Cone Die and cut out 2 to make one box.  Fold along the score lines and added glue on the tabs.  When you put the box together this is what it looks like.

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For the stamp on the front I stamped the image on white card stock and then used a Scallop Square punch to cut out of the shape.

When you put all of the pieces together you have a cute Santa Treat Box!

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I needed 17 boxes so I made a whole army of Santa’s

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I do love how they turned out, and I hope all of my friends enjoy them too!


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    Absolutely adorable! You are so creative! I can’t wait to try these for next year.

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