Ann went to a shoebox swap for demonstrators on Saturday, but she brought seasonal animal treat boxes instead of a card project.

What are seasonal animals?

Well, we are approaching the annual season of chocolate. It starts off with Halloween and candy all around for everyone. It goes through Thanksgiving and Christmas. Then it ends with Valentines Day.

We’ll start off with this cute little bat box that’s just the right size for a Hershey’s Kiss.

Seasonal Animals Treat Boxes
Bat Treat Box

Almost No Adhesive!

Do you like his little nose? It’s made with an Iridescent Rhinestone. We stamped his face with Basic White Craft Ink and it only took one Mini Glue Dot to attach his wings and keep the box closed.

And Then There’s the Reindeer

Seasonal Animals Treat Boxes
Christmas Treat Box

We made our reindeer with Crumb Cake and Early Espresso. A little Red Rhinestone made him look like a little Rudolph. If you want a bigger nose, I would use the Basic Rhinestones and color one with a Real Red Stampin’ Blend.

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Seasonal Animal Treat Boxes

Seasonal Animals Treat Boxes
Seasonal Animals Treat Boxes

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NOTE: After showing the items used on both projects, we’ve listed things for the bat box first and then the reindeer. Although you can buy the stamps and dies separately, we recommend getting the bundle so that you can save 10%.

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