This is a project that looks hard, but is very easy.
Many treat boxes can be made in a short amount of time to
be used for all types of activities.
Just coordinate the paper and embellishments to fit the theme.
Pattern Paper (not too thick or it won't 'twist')
Double stick heavy duty tape
Small treats to fit inside
Use a 4.5x6.5 paper stack pack--no need to cut paper to size
(StampinUp has packs with 48 sheets of paper)
Make sure ends aren't taped in the same direction, but opposite--one end
is horizontal, the other vertical. This is what makes the treat box.
|Finished Twisty Treat|
|Double Stick Tape|
|Take one piece of paper and roll it 'long ways.' Tape to make a cylinder.|
|Press down one end, tape shut.|
|Add treats, 'twist' and tape opposite side shut.|
|Punch embellishment out of glitter paper. Attach.|
|OR add a bow or pre-made embellishment.|