Halloween Treat Boxes for On the CASE

In the market for Halloween treat boxes? These cuties are quick and oh-so-easy.  Welcome to another edition of On the CASE with Ann & Nicole!

Halloween Treat Boxes

While I break down samples from current Stampin’ Up!® catalogs, my On the CASE partner, Nicole, is using her investigative skills to solve CASES throughout the crafting universe. Let the fun begin!

Coffin Shaped Halloween Treat Boxes
Holiday Catalog Pages 52 – 53
Halloween Treat Boxes Colors of the Day

Coffin Treat Boxes

Stamp:  Spooktacular Bash
Paper:  Smoky Slate (1″ x 3-3/4″, 2-1/2″ x 3″, 2″ x 1″), Whisper White cardstock (2-1/2″ x 2″, 1-3/4″ x 2″), Monster Bash Designer Series Paper (3″ x 3″ square of Newsprint pattern), Coffin Treat Boxes
Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento, Light Mango Melody Stampin’ Blend, Dark Real Red Stampin’ Blend, Light Smoky Slate Stampin’ Blend
Other:   Ornate Frames dies, Stylish Scroll embossing folder,  Starburst punch, Banner Triple punch, Basic Black 3/8″ Scalloped Edge Ribbon, Real Red 1″ Ruched Ribbon, Whisper White Baker’s Twine, Monster Bash Enamel Shapes,  Mini Glue Dots, SNAIL, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Tear & Tape Adhesive

“On the CASE” Notes
Your Step-by-Step Guide
Dracula Box:

halloween treat boxes

1. Emboss the coffin lid using the Stylish Scroll embossing folder.  Assemble the box using Tear & Tape adhesive.

2.  Die cut the square Ornate Frame from Smoky Slate cardstock. Adhere to the box top.

3.  Ink the vampire image with Tuxedo Black Memento ink.  Use Stampin’ Blends to color:  Frame – Light Mango Melody; Shirt – Dark Real Red; Background – Light Smoky Slate. Die cut using the coordinating Ornate Frame, and adhere to the Smoky Slate frame with dimensionals.

4.  Line the inside of the coffin using Real Red 1″ Ruched Ribbon.  Adhere using Tear & Tape adhesive.

5.  Ink the sentiment in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, and die cut using the coordinating die.

6.  Create a bow from Basic Black 3/8″ Scalloped Edge Ribbon.  Add the sentiment to the bow using Whisper White Baker’s Twine. Adhere the bow to the treat box using glue dots.

7.  Accent with Basic Gray Monster Bash pearls.

8.  Fill with your favorite treats!

Spooktacular Halloween Box:

Halloween Treat Boxes

1. Emboss the coffin lid using the Stylish Scroll embossing folder.  Assemble the box using Tear & Tape adhesive.

2.  Add Basic Black Scalloped Ribbon around the edge of the box top.

3.  Emboss the Smoky Slate strip of cardstock using the Stylish Scroll embossing folder.  Create a “V” using the Banner Triple punch.  Add to the box top.

4.  Punch a Starburst from the Monster Bash Newsprint designer paper.  Adhere to the box.

5.  Ink the sentiment with Tuxedo Black Memento ink onto Whisper White cardstock.  Die cut using the appropriate Ornate Frame die.  Adhere to the box.

6.  Accent with a Skull and Crossbones Monster Bash enamel shape.

7.  Fill with your favorite treats!

Halloween treat boxesReady to make your own Halloween treat boxes?  Download the tutorial. Just click on the tutorial button below to print off the instructions.  For more step-by-step tutorials, don’t forget to visit my 2019 PDF Tutorial Gallery!

Now head on over to Nicole at  Pixel Maven’s Retreat to see the CASE file she has been working on.  Nicole always writes the BEST tutorials!

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2 Comments

  1. Great treat boxes. Love all the little details.

  2. Wow! I absolutely love these treat boxes!

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