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Treat Box for Valentine Candy

Valentine-treat-box-122aLet's start the week off with a treat box for Valentine candy!  This project is a makeover of a box that I made a couple of years ago for little 3 x 3 Valentine cards but it works for sweet treats, too!


I was able to fit these two Reese's Peanut Butter Hearts inside so you know there is plenty of room for  treats in this little box.

Let's take a look at the how-to from "back when" so you can make some for your little sweethearts, too!

Click here to see this Valentine box video on You Tube.

Lisa's Inklings:

  • The original project has little 3" x 3" Valentines inside but it's also a great size for sweet treats.
  • For the box, cut the card stock or designer paper to 4" x 10".  Score on the long side at 1", 4 1/2", 5 1/2", and 9".  Turn and score at 1" on the short side for the box bottom.
  • I used a hand held hole punch for the ribbon openings.
  • The Painted with Love Specialty Designer Paper is a good weight/thickness for 3-D projects.

Here are the supplies used in today's project. Just click the photo links to learn more!

Product List


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Hope you've enjoyed today's makeover project...thank you for stopping by! If you need a Valentine treat box for candy, you'll want to give this one a try.


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