I had a few suggestions for Ann on how to make a treat box with no adhesive.
We had a little chat about how to find just the right treat to put inside the small treat box.
These Lindt Truffles are just the right size. The gnome told me so.
You can pick whatever flavor you like, but we thought people would like these and they would compliment the Mercury Glass Designer Acetate.
There are two sprigs dies that come in the set. We used those to cut the springs out of Garden Green card stock.
In fact, there are lots of extra shapes that come in the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box Dies that make this a year round treat holder:
- The 2 sprigs we’re using
- Assorted shaped tags (Circle oval and square)
- 2 that fit small snowflakes
It seemed a little too plain with just the springs so we added a little color with 3 of the Real Red Rhinestones.
I think I like it better with the red rhinestone berries. I know that the sprigs aren’t holly, but they still look good. What do you think?
And it was all done in minutes with these four things – and no adhesive! The sprigs easily stick into the slot and stay where they’re put.
- Mini Curvy Keepsakes Dies
- Mercury Glass Designer Acetate
- Garden Green card stock
- Real Red Basic Rhinestones
Since you probably have opposing thumbs, I recommend having a Bone Folder to keep your creases well folded.
We also have over 360 3-D project ideas here. I’m sure that there’s one that will suit your fancy. At least I hope so. They may not all teach you how to make a treat box with no adhesive, but it’ll be some great inspiration.