This pumpkin treat box is an adorable way to deliver Halloween candy or other treats to someone you care about. This is a sponsored post with Maker’s Movement.
I recently became *obsessed* with making papercrafts using shaker elements. The new releases from Maker’s Movement make it so easy to craft shaker cards, tags, and even shaker glasses! I used the Trick or Treat die set with the adorably cute (but not edible!) candy corn shaker elements to make this fun Halloween treat box. It will be a fun container for delivering treats to a special someone this fall.
Halloween Treat Box Supplies
- Trick or Treat Stamp and Die Set from Maker’s Movement
- Maker’s Movement Spooky Shaker Sprinkles
- Clear Acetate Sheets
- Double Sided Adhesive Craft Foam
- Xyron Creative Station with Adhesive Cartridge
- Round Paper Mache Container
- Crossover II Die Cutting Machine
- Black Feather Boa
- Glue Gun
Die cut the pumpkin elements from orange and black cardstock. The die set comes with different face elements, so you can mix and match to create different faces on the jack-o-lantern.
Cut patterned paper to fit the sides of the container, and cut a circle to fit the lid of the treat box. Roll these paper elements through the Xyron Creative Station to turn them into stickers.
Cover the sides of the lid and the container with the patterned paper. Stick the round paper on the lid.
Attach the clear acetate to the pumpkin frame, and peel and stick the face elements onto the clear plastic.
Trim the double sided foam tape to go around the edge of the pumpkin, and add the adorable little candy corn shaker sprinkles. Top it with the jack-o-lantern face.
Hot glue the feather boa around the edge of the lid to add a little Halloween flair to this treat box.
All that’s left to do is fill the pumpkin treat box container with sweets or small gifts, and deliver it to someone you want to treat! Have fun crafting and creating for Halloween!