In case you’d like to see a couple more varieties than we saw a few days ago in our live, let’s make more Halloween peek through treat boxes!
I’ve made lots of these boxes now and have already given some away!
But I thought you might like to see that they can look different from each other by switching up the decoration on them.
Take a look at the pumpkin one.
More Halloween Peek Through Treat Boxes
Quick Pumpkin Made with Paper Punches
You may have seen a pumpkin made in this way before.
In fact, you might have seen one right here on my blog. Like the last minute Halloween treat holder idea from a few years ago. Same idea, this time the pumpkin made with dies.
All you need is three same sized ovals. The ones for today’s box come from the Double Oval Punch.
Sponge around the edges with some Pumpkin Pie ink and a sponge dauber. Or use a blending brush if you like. Whether you use one of the other, you’ll be rewarded with a bit more dimension.
Then you can cut yourself a little stem from green paper (Old Olive here) or punch it with the Pick of the Patch punch to tuck in behind.
Or if you want to really get fancy?
Make a vellum heat embossed leaf for the pumpkin top like I did. (You can see exactly how to do this cool vellum technique in this post with a video replay.)
Cottage Wreaths are Perfect for Many Seasons
In the next treat box, you’ll see I used the Cottage Wreaths stamps and the Country Wreaths Dies for a Halloween idea.
Wanna know a secret?
Our triple BOO box was made totally from pre-stamped and die cut items I had in my stamp set case!
Do you do that too?
When I make extras of stamped images or cut dies, I tuck them into a clear envelope right in my case. So when I want to make something quickly, I just need to pull them out!
Note the glitter elements (the bow and stars) are made with glitter paper from 2022 I coloured with my ink refills. If you have any white glimmer paper hanging around your craft area, you can do the same thing.
Make Your Own Peek Through Boxes!
If you want to see the live replay, you can catch it on my Facebook page here.
Go ahead and make this cute box with whatever you have in your paper crafting stash!
Or, to make one just like my pumpkin one, simply click here to pin, print or order the items for yourself.
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If you’d like to see the other two I made, both with a teetering pile of jack-o-lanterns, see them now.
No matter who you give your treat boxes to, they’ll know you consider them an extra special ghoul!
So why not craft some up today? There’s always room for more Halloween peek through treat boxes!