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Sunday, February 8, 2009

Treats holder tutorial

As promised, here is a tutorial (my version) for the treats holder. You can adapt this treat holder to almost any item you want to wrap up, you just gotta figure out the measurements. For this tutorial, the treats were the fundraiser brownies. You can also use the same measurements for those conversation sweethearts candies (the boxed ones). You will need a piece of 4 1/2" X 8 1/2" cardstock. For the candy box (like the box I made with the Anya Mermaid stamp a few posts back), you might want to cut the cardstock 4 1/4" X 8 1/2". Score the cardstock at 2", 2 3/4", 5 1/4" and 6" so it looks like this:Crease all folds so it looks like this:
Put adhesive on both edges as shown:
Seal the box.
Punch a hole on both sides of the box. Here, I used the horizontal slot punch, you could use just the regular hole punch.
Next, cut a length of ribbon and wrap it around your item that you are going to put inside the treat holder. I used a brownie for my treat.
Insert the brownie and ribbon in the holder as shown:
Bring the ribbon through the hole from the inside to the front of the treat holder as shown:
Bring the ribbon from the inside to the outside on both sides of the treat holder like this:
Tie your ribbon at the top. Now when you pull your ribbon up, the treat will come up to the top. Have fun!
Thank you for visiting today. I'm appreciating all of your wonderful comments. Thanks to my friends who have made appearances and left me comments! They mean alot to me because now I know you are reading my blog! haha! Let me know how you liked this tutorial and be sure to let me know when you made some treat holders so I can check it out!

21 comments:

Linda said...

Hey Teri: Thanks for this "bonus" at Saturday's class. Again, I had lots of fun! I still have to make Penny's card for the swap! Yikes ... keep on blogging!

Berenice said...

Thanks for sharing the tutorial :)
Have a wonderful week!

Joy said...

thanks for the updated measurements! I haven't done it yet, so now I can use yours here. I will have to make them soon...valentines is right around the corner!

Liann said...

love this and even with the Hello Kitty..TFS...have a great week Liann

Allison said...

Thanks for taking the time to write this up Teri...I am sure going to have to try one now!

Maria said...

Great tutorial, Teri!! I love your treat box especially with HK on it! LOL! Oh, and that yummy treat. Sheesh, don't tempt me! I'm on a diet!! Thanks for sharing your awesome tutorial. . .you did a fabulous job!!

Maria

Michelle Ueligitone said...

Great tutorial! Love this one and will have to try it! Have a great week!

Hugs,
Michelle

Gina Wrona said...

Aloha Teri!

Sweet tutorial!

Mahalo!
Gina

Corie said...

Thanks for the tutorial, I am going to have to try this.

Big smiles,
Corie

joni h said...

Thanks for the tutorial! Now, if we can just refrain from eating all the brownies! I've bought 3 bags in the last week & we've got 0 left! YUM!

Penny said...

Hi Teri...cute party favor idea! I'm a sucker for Hello Kitty & other Sanrio characters...LOL. I'm still working on Linda's card to send...heehee...it's halfway done...i'm just trying to figure out my final layout...hehe. I'll post the final card for Linda on my blog after I mail it out. Well see your blog laters! :-)

Risa Malieta W. said...

Hey Teri,
You are sooooooo great at making cute boxes! Thanks for the tutorial and I plan to make a little something very soon.
hugs
Risa:)

Jodie said...

tooo cute Teri- I love them... I love your tutorial

Enjoli said...

I had so much fun at your class and making this browine holder! =) Sorry I had to leave so fast. Thanks so much for the scrapbook kits and the cd. I hope to stamp with you again. =) Hugs, Enjoli

Pineapple Cove said...

Thanks Teri for the tutorial!! It's a perfect project for me to do for my V-day treats to give at work. Love the cute image of HK!

How did your classes go this weekend?

Ann said...

What an adorable box!! Thanks for the tutorial!

corinnesomerville said...

Awesome tutorial, kiddo !!! What a completely adorable project !! LOVE IT !!!!

Love ya :)

Pineapple Cove said...

Thanks again Teri for the tutorial...it worked out perfect for the Sweetheart candy I bought. I posted photos on my site if you want to see.

Didn't think it would be so easy to make - your tutorial was so easy to follow!

Thanks again!!
ManLe

Colleen said...

How funny. I made some thing similar to this for the kids that I work with at church and for some of Zachy's classmates for Valentine's Day. Instead of the brownie treat, I put a box of candy hearts in it. Just wrapped the box like you did, but without the string. I wrapped it in pink too. :)

Rina said...

Hey Teri, thank you for taking the time and blessing us with this tutorial. It's great and so user friendly. Those fundraising brownies are the best. So chewy and yummy.

BTW...love that hello kitty. Is is a stamped image or digi?

Maureen said...

Thanks so much for this tutorial! I definitely need to try these out!