February 07, 2020 2 min read

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Hi crafty friends! Kayla here from Gray Paper Company back on the blog to show you how to make this cute (and tasty!) Valentine Treat Box. These cute little treat boxes are super easy and fun to make and will definitely impress! 

 

Donut Treat Box Paper Selection

 

For this project you will need: 


That’s it! When you have all of your supplies gathered, we can get started! 


To begin, you’re going to need to find a hexagon box. For my project I used the free hexagonal prism box template #M934E4 from Design Space (but of course you can use any hexagon box you’d like). You will also want to find a donut template that you like. 


Cricut Design Space Treat Box Template


Design Space Donut Template

 

Once you have these templates up on your screen, the next few steps are a breeze! 


You will need to decide what colors you want for the boxes and what colors you want for the donuts. Once you have decided, you can go ahead and click “Make It” on your Design Space screen. 


After the project is done cutting, you are now ready to assemble the boxes! Follow along the score lines for the top and bottom of the boxes, practice fitting the pieces together before you apply your glue. Once you have an idea of how the box will assemble together,  you can apply your glue to the tabs and adhere it. 

 

Cardstock Paper Donut Treat Box

 

Then, glue the assembled donut piece onto the center of the box top. 

 

Cardstock Paper DIY Donut Treat Box

 

Lastly (the best part!), place a donut inside the box! And there you have it! A cute, yet tasty Valentine’s Day treat box! 


Cardstock Paper Donut Treat Boxes

We would love to see all your treat boxes! Share with us on our Instagram or Facebook page, and use #cardstockwarehouse for a chance to be featured on our page!  

Happy Crafting! 

Kayla at Gray Paper Company 

Instagram: @graypapercompany

Etsy: Gray + Oliver Paper






3 Responses

Design Team
Design Team

February 12, 2020

Hi Laura,
Glad to hear you like them! We only sell the paper, but you can buy the assembled boxes from Kayla on her Etsy shop which is linked at the end of this blog. :-)

Kathryn Grinnell
Kathryn Grinnell

February 12, 2020

I loved these. Bought them from the GrayPaper Company already assembled. Using them as boxes for party favors for my granddaughter’s 13th birthday. They are adorable!

Laura Azzopardi
Laura Azzopardi

February 11, 2020

Are these available for purchase? Cut out & I assemble them myself?? They’re ADORABLE!! And I’m not crafty. Not even a little bit. Thanks

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