Quick and Easy Treat Holders

Can you believe the month is already over? That means tomorrow May 1st is the last day to order retiring products. This is my last post featuring retiring products. I’ve also received my pre-order items so I thought I would share a variety of quick and easy treat holders that feature retiring product, new product and online exclusives.

I created these cute gift holders around Valentine’s for my open house. I also wanted to create a project that I could send to people that weren’t able to attend in person. Since it’s hard to send them stamps I decided to go with a project that was made with dies and punches. You’ll notice that both are similar; however, the punched one I punched the images directly from the designer series paper.

  • 160390 – Country Floral Lane Suite Collection (R) (M)
  • 160383 – Country BouQuet Bundle (R) (M)
  • 160377 – Country Bouquet Stamp Set (C) (M)
  • 160382 – Country Bouquet Punch (C) (M)
  • 160386 – Real Red & Burlap Ribbon Combo Pack (C) (M)
  • 160387 – Pastel Adhesive- Backed Sequins (C) (M)
  • 160388 – Country Gingham 6×6 DSP (R) (M)
  • 160375 – Country Floral Lane 12×12 DSP (R) (M)
  • 158885 – Best Label Punch (C)
  • 104199 – Linen Thread (C)
  • 152698 – Love you More Than Dies (R)
  • Colors – Sweet Sorbet (C), Mint Macaron (R), Balmy Blue (C), Garden Green (C), Blushing Bride (R), Real Red (C), Basic White (C)

(R) Retiring, (C) Carrying Over, (M) Found in the Mini Catalog

Here’s a quick picture of the measurements so you can make your own treat holder.

First I need to give a quick shout out to Craft with Jayne as she shared the triangle treat holder and I just had to give it a try. These two projects feature the retiring country gingham DSP that I love along with the Flowers of Friendship stamp set and dies.

  • 155358 – Flowers of Friendship Stamp Set (R)
  • 155373 – Flowers & Leaves Punch (R)
  • 160388 – Country Gingham 6×6 DSP (R) (M)
  • 159183 – Stylish Shapes Dies (C)
  • 152525 – Lovely You Stamp Set (R)
  • 154289 – Opal Rounds (R)
  • 155475 – Baker’s Twine Essentials Pack (C)
  • 159200 – Sweet Sorbet 1/8″ Metallic Woven Ribbon (C)
  • 158133 – Soft Succulent 1/2″ Satin Shimmer Ribbon (R)
  • 154893 – Petal Pink Stampin’ Blends Combo Pack (C)
  • 155521 – Soft Succulent Stampin’ Blends Combo Pack (C)
  • Colors – Petal Pink (C), Soft Succulent (R), Sweet Sorbet (C), Basic White (C), Basic Black (C)

(R) Retiring, (C) Carrying Over

Here are the measurements to create these easy gift holders. Remember that you are scoring not cutting to make this project. The measurement listed here are for the smaller treat box. If you watch my video below you can see the difference is size between the larger Rhino box and smaller Monkey box.

Now for a little bit of fun. I wanted to make a quick video so I could show you how easy these are to make, but I wanted to make it using new product so I had a little bit of fun with my pre-order. I will admit I did use one retiring product on these projects and that is the DSP for the Rhino project since I thought it worked so well with image. The Rhino’s are part of the online exclusive Rhino Ready Stamp Set and the large leaves are as well. The rest you will find in the new catalog and will be available to purchase on May 2, 2023.

Check out my video to see how fast and easy these projects are to make.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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2 thoughts on “Quick and Easy Treat Holders

  1. Great post
    These treat holders are so cute and easy to make! Thank you for sharing this project featuring retiring products, new products, and online exclusives. The video tutorial is also a great touch.
    Eamon O’Keeffe
    Easy Landscape Gardening

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