Hello everyone! Cathy from Paper Garden Projects guest posting again.
I’d like to share with you a treat box printable that can be used as a place card for a dinner. Since Halloween is now over, it’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving!
The box was made with the Autumn Abundance Digital craft kit.
I going to show you how to take this festive treat box place card and assemble it in just a few steps. Add a small treat to the box, maybe a small pumpkin to the top or write someone’s name on the top round part, and your place card is ready to go!
The printable is available as a free printable PDF. You can download the PDF here.
Simply print the PDF and assemble the box (with a few little treats inside for your guests!).
You will need to print it on paper with a little more body than plain text paper so the box will hold its shape. I used 48lb weight brochure paper here. You can also use presentation paper or card stock. The printed colors are generally more muted on card stock.
Here is the box and tag cut out. You need to cut the black slits as well. To make the folding easier, I scored around the base of the box with a score tool – but it is not necessary.
Then fold the two rounded sides and slip the tab into the slit you cut.
Add a few small treats inside the box – I like chocolate kisses or chocolate mints (well – actually anything chocolate that will fit….). Then, fold up the other 2 sides and slide the tab cuts together.
Write your guest’s name on the tag and adhere it to one of the box tabs. That way the box can be opened and closed without having to tear the name tag off.
And that’s it – one complete table favor box….. Hope you enjoyed my guest post (maybe they’ll invite me back!).
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