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Stampin Up Takeout Treats Bundle

Yesterday I showed you this Valentine's Day card using the Stampin Up Takeout Treats Bundle, today I am showing you the coordinating treat box.

Please remember that this bundle is officially retiring and is only available while supplies last – so don't wait to grab yours!

This is one of my favorite bundles, and I am more of a card maker than a 3D project maker. This bundle stood out to me as I would be able to use it for almost any holiday.

Let's check out the Stampin Up Takeout Treats Bundle:

 

takeout treats bundle stampin up

 

You get so much in this bundle, and do you see how you can use it for so many holidays?

Stop for a minute and just think about who you could make these for this year and for how many different occasions.

 

The Supplies

Here is a list of *almost* everything I used to create these treat boxes. What's missing is the little scallop edge, as that is a sneak peek into the new Be Mine Stitched Framelits releasing in January.  Also not listed below is the 10 Second Bow Maker.

To order any of these supplies, simply click an image below.

 

The Project

This is what we will be making today.  From the sentiment layer to the cute little bow, and that glimmer paper behind – it's a fun and easy project to make.

 

stampin up takeout treats bundle | The box

 

The Stamping

Start by stamping your heart in Crumb Cake ink onto Whisper White card stock.

Then stamp your sentiment in Real Red ink onto Whisper White card stock.

Then you will stamp all over a piece of Whisper White card stock (2″ x 2″) with the little hearts from this stamp set in Real Red ink.

 

The Die Cutting

When you are ready to make your treat box, you will be able to get two die cut from 1/2 sheet of card stock, so you can get two out of each sheet.  Which makes it extremely cost effective.  I die cut mine out of Real Red.

Then you will also die cut your heart using the coordinating die.

Next, die cut your little stamped hearts piece using the four sided polygon piece that fits on the front of your treat box.

Finally, die cut your pop up banner around your stamped words.

**There is another piece to die cut and that is a strip of Real Red card stock, but that will come later after it is released in January.

 

The Assembly

My preferred adhesive for putting our treat boxes together is Tear & Tape.  Place some all on your side tabs and then also one piece of your bottom flap.

Layer your die cut small heart piece on top of your Silver Glimmer Paper.  Use your scissors to cut around your die cut piece leaving about 1/8″ border.

Adhere all of your pieces together as shown.

Finish by tying a bow in your Real Red ribbon and attach.

 

The Ensemble

Remember when I said that I had shared the coordinating card tutorial yesterday?  Check out how these two look together:

 

stampin up takeout treats bundle | Adorable projects

 

Pin In For Later

Want to make these on your own?  I hope so!  Remember, the Takeout Treats bundle is only available while supplies last, so don't wait one more second to get it ordered.

Here is a graphic of both projects to make it easy for you to pin:

 

stampin up takeout treats bundle

 

Want to See More Using the Stampin Up Takeout Treats Bundle?

If you missed yesterday's project, click here.  And if you want to see some other ways to decorate them, here is one I did for Halloween, but you can change it out for any holiday or occasion.

There is this one:

Takeout Treat Boxes from Stampin Up | altering the takeout treat thinlits

 

See You Soon!

Thank you so much for joining me for today's Stampin Up Takeout Treat Bundle project.   Be sure to keep checking back to the I Teach Stamping Blog for more papercrafting ideas.  We will be wrapping up Christmas soon, but there are still more projects to share with you!