Trick or Treat Boxes

Trick or Treat Boxes


My project today is what I'm calling a Trick or Treat Box ... they're so easy to make that you can pass them out to all your Trick or Treaters!  

I used the Best of Halloween stamp set and do you see those daring Candy Dots?  If you don't have the Candy Dots you can always use your markers (notice the Pumpkin one).

This Teeny Tiny Box will hold a snack size Kit Kat Bar ...and I do mean snack size... or it will hold three Hershey Kisses.  Here's a look at the inside ...


Here's a video on how to make the Trick or Treat Boxes.

If you've reading this blog post in an email please visit my blog to see the video.

Stampin' Up! supply list:

  • Stamps:  Best of Halloween 134381
  • Ink:  126950 Rich Razzleberry, 126953 Old Olive, 126945 Pumpkin Pie
  • Card Stock:  130134 DSP Stacks - Bright Collection, 100730 Whisper White
  • Accessories:  126889 Stampin' Trimmer, 130931 Candy Dots, 126189 Paper Piercer, 124294 Sticky Strip, 119849 Modern Label Punch, 104430 Dimensionals
  • Optional Markers: 120970 Rich Razzleberry, 100079 Old Olive, 105115 Pumpkin Pie

Do you sometimes wonder if I pass out stuff like this?  The answer is yes ... in the years past ..... I would have special treats for the kids on our street (at one time we had 35).  We've given out full sized candy bars .... and one year I passed out homemade cookies (I stay away from that now because I personally want to eat the whole batch).  

I'm also the neighbor that wore a costume every year ... would you like to see some pictures of years past?  Maybe that would be a good post for Halloween day!

Now that Chase and Brooke are young adults ... I've lost my spark .... but as we all know things tend to circle back around.

Wow, I just wrote you a short story ... I could hit delete... but ... I won't.  LOL

Live  Stream  on  UStream

I'll be streaming live tonight at 6:30pm central time.  We'll go over any questions that you may have about joining Stampin' Up! for $25 (tonight is the deadline) and then we'll make a little stamping project (it could be two hours or it could be one .... depends on the questions).  Click HERE to head over to my UStream channel.  And if you're on my Chic n Scratch Facebook page I'll post a reminder this afternoon.

Congrats Dena Cline!!  Your name was drawn to win the 12 Weeks of Halloween Week #10.  Please email me your address.  Here's Dena's comment ... 

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Congrats Diane Miller!! You used the Hostess Code last week and your name was drawn to win $155 in FREE product of your choice.  

Thanks & have a great day!!

p.s. THANK YOU to the very kind remarks Sam and I have received on our Holiday Class. We are thrilled that you LOVE the projects!!  

Hostess  Code:  D7WYVWAU

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Date: 11:51 AM | Permalink | Comments (40)


  1. Lisa

    I absolutely love this box. I will be making some of these. Thanks Angie for all your ideas 🙂

  2. Patricia B

    I love the sentiment stamp! I love the box! Okay, I love the entire project it’s just too cute!! Thanks so much for sharing. Love It!! Love Ya’ Patricia

  3. Jo Ann Delano

    I think this is the cutest box you have done yet.

  4. KATHY

    Adorable! I want to do for chap stick! love this! Thanks

  5. Diane T

    Box is really cute. A Chapstick will also fit inside it!

  6. TX JennyWren

    What a DARLING treat box. I have never seen one so little and so cute!! TFS

  7. Lynda P

    Very cute! Wondering if a lip balm would fit in there? Super cute!

  8. Lisa H

    cute for a coworker gift too

  9. Lesa M

    Hi Angie,
    Those are very cute boxes. I’m thinking chapstick too. My husband and I sometimes dressup for Halloween to hand out the candy. The first year we lived in our house not knowing how many kids lived around us we played scary music out the window and kept it dark inside and I was dressed as a witch and he was this really ugly creepy kind of clown and it shocked the kids when we opened the door they would jump back a little. They don’t expect it and the face expressions are priceless. It was a fun time. This was before we had a child so now one of goes out with her and the other stays home. My daughter dressed as Dorothy and I dressed as the Tin Man and the people liked . Just something fun to do and your never to old to have fun. Have a great day.

  10. Sonia Munoz

    Love them. Super cute!

  11. These are super cute and hold just the perfect amount. I love the lip balm idea from Lesa. 🙂

  12. Donna

    SO Incredibly cute!!! Thanks Angie!

  13. You are definitely the box Queen! I especially love this little one. I think I’ll make up some to have in the car to pass out at the bank, etc. It is soooo cute Angie.

  14. Debi Lowery

    Cute as always… your projects

  15. Kina

    Cute teeny tiny treat box

  16. MaryAnn H

    These boxes are so adorable and could be use for every occasion! Thanks so much for all your ideas Angie!

  17. Cherie

    Just too, too darn cute! I love it! TFS!

  18. Yua

    Super super CUTE! Love your ideas!

  19. Rose M.

    So cute, Must get the modern label punch- really fits perfectly 🙂

  20. Jan B.

    Great project — so versatile! Thanks.

  21. Barb Davidson

    Just LOVE the box. I too am going to make some and try to put chapsticks in them. Although I have plenty of candy around, so some of them will be treat boxes.

  22. Bonnie g

    I love the colors

  23. paula hurst

    love this little box

  24. Jenny W

    what a great idea to hand out treats in a little box. very cute for school classrooms! Thanks!

  25. Hi Angie, I am loving this box.. I was thinking like Barb (above) that maybe lip balms would fit. Will defiantly try this one.

  26. Okay, I meant “definitely”. I guess that will teach me not to allow that spell check to take over.

  27. Mary Roberson

    Hi Angie,

    Thanks for doing all the hard work for us (figuring out measurements, where to
    cut, how much ribbon we will need, etc.) I really like that the lid stays attached.

  28. Linda Patti

    oh how cute these boxes are….I plan on making these for my stamping group, they will LOVE this idea! thanks for sharing!

  29. Charlotte Ann

    This is such a cute little box! Your projects are always such a treat to see! Thank you for sharing how to make all these cute projects!

  30. Gabby

    OMGosh! So tiny, so cute, so fun! 🙂

  31. Dianne H

    Love the little boxes! So colorful!!

  32. Adorable treat boxes.

  33. Cherylann

    love the colors you picked for the boxes.

  34. Bette Manning

    Very cute little boxes, they look very quick to make!

  35. Wilda

    These are adorable…but…all I got when I clicked onto video was error. Would you mind emailing me w/ the directions for it when you get a chance? Thanks for sharing all your cute idea’s!

  36. stamping sue

    You make the best little treat boxes!!!
    stamping sue

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  39. Carol Carriveau

    These are totally cool!

  40. Love it Angie! It is great for Chapstick, a lipstick size would be super! You’re #1

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