I’m excited to share my Facebook Live replay for how to decorate a clear acetate treat box for Christmas giving. These inexpensive little boxes look like a million bucks when you glam them up for the holidays like this.
Isn’t it pretty? Fill ‘em up with any tiny gift. (Well they’re actually not that tiny!) They’re 2” square and super sturdy so I’ll bet you’ve got all kinds of things you could wrap up just like this. Small Christmas table treats, jewelry, tiny toys, doggie bones, knick knacks. What will you put inside?
These caramel kisses won’t last long around our table!
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There’s a surprisingly small list of supplies to make these. Take a peek and maybe make them along with me.
Decorate a Clear Acetate Treat Box
Let’s Decorate a Clear Acetate Treat Box
Cuttin’ It Up!
- All is Bright DSP – 1 7/8” x 1 7/*’
- Gold foil – strips 2 1/4” x 12”
- Champagne Foil – scrap at least 2” square
- Very Vanila cardstock – scrap about 2” square
If you like this pretty wrapped box, here’s another quite similar – yet different one – created with a fun embossing folder and the Holly Berry Builder punch (now on sale in the Clearance Rack at 40% off!)
Ok, now it’s your turn. See how many varieties you can make.
And now you know how to decorate a clear acetate treat box for Christmas, it opens up so many more occasions you can make these lovely little treats for.