MILK CARTON STYLE TREAT BOX AND MATCHING CARD FOR 3D THURSDAY

by Stacey Marsh Independent UK Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, March 25, 2021

Today is 3d Thursday here on my blog and I'm excited to share a cute Easter treat holder with matching card using some of my favourite retiring products that will not feature in the new 2021-2022 Annual catalogue when it launches in May.  Some of these items are available at a discount and only while stocks last. 

You can click HERE to see the full list of LAST CHANCE products that are retiring from the current annual catalogue. 

Each Thursday morning I host a Facebook Live crafting session and this morning was all about this cute 3D milk carton and matching card.  This is a cute project for Easter, or can be adapted to suit any occasion of course. 

Starting with the treat box, I have used Granny Apple Green cardstock for my base and a piece of True Love Designer Series Papers for the milk carton lid.  I love that the two are separate and you could easily fit in a few sweet treats inside.  


To create this milk carton style treat box, I have included the measurements that I have used below.  These measurements were taken from something I saw on Pinterest and I have adapted the decoration and colour theme slightly to suit my project. 

I have added the Facebook Live replay to my Youtube channel which you can watch back HERE


And of course, when you send a cute treat box, there needs to be a matching card!  I have used the same Designer Series Paper and colour combination for my card, and added the cute bunny from the Springtime Joy Stamp Set


The bunny has been stamped onto Basic White cardstock that I have cut out with the 2-1/4" Circle Punch and coloured in with a selection of Stampin' Blends pens

The sentiment comes from the Arrange a Wreath Stamp Set and has been heat-embossed onto Granny Apple Green cardstock using White Stampin' Emboss Powder.


For added detail on my milk carton style treat box and matching card, I have used the Small Bloom Punch to create the black and white flowers.  These have been shaped slightly using the tip of my Multipurpose Liquid Glue bottle and I have added Basic Rhinestone Jewels and Matte Black Dots to finish. 


I love how this finished project looks and if you're not a fan of green, it would look fab in another colour combination too!

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I'm often asked what tools do I use...well here are the basic tools that I simply couldn't craft without!  

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