Friday, October 22, 2010

A Little Halloween Treat

Who does not love Martha Stewart?   This little treat box is from her website.  It is so simple and so cute!

Stop by The Page to pick up all your supplies and make them for your child's class, trick or treaters, office friends or just because.

Tools and Materials
Decorative paper
Black cardstock
Large glue stick
Plain printer paper
Bone folder
Craft knife or scissors
Paper clips
Halloween stickers
Rough twine, at hardware or craft stores
Coffin box top and bottom templates
Full-sheet double-sided adhesive (optional)

Coffin Treat Box How-To
1. Fully adhere decorative paper to black cardstock with a large glue stick or full-sheet double-sided adhesive.

2. Print top and bottom coffin templates on regular 8 1/2-by-11-inch paper. Place one template on each sheet of lined cardstock and staple around the template to hold in place. Do not staple inside the lines of the template, as this will create holes in your finished box.

3. Using a bone folder and ruler, score on the dotted lines of each template, pressing through to the paper and cardstock underneath.

4. Using a craft knife or scissors, cut on solid lines of templates, working from the inside out.
5. Fold sides and tabs of both top and bottom where scored. Using a glue stick, glue tabs to inside of box bottom and lid as shown in the template. Clamp with paperclips to secure until dry.

6. Fill bottom of box with candy. Add stickers to top of lid and place lid on top of box. Wrap a 1-yard piece of rough twine around the coffin a few times, and tie to secure.

From The Martha Stewart Show, October 2008
Read more at Coffin Treat Box - Martha Stewart Crafts

1 comment:

d'une grande ouverture d'esprit said...

Its a great Idea, fantastic
Regards Creativemaman