Acetate Treat Box with Band

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Perfect for giving that special someone a treat on Valentine’s Day … or any occasion. I filled some with Hershey’s Nuggets and some with Ghirardelli Squares but I’m sure many other types of candy/chocolate will fit nicely.

Assembly Notes:
If using acetate for the box, it does not score very well with the scoring stylus so, you will need to either use a score board or ruler and bone folder to deepen the score lines before folding. I’ve also included a version of the bottom half of the box with just a cutout window so that it can be made with cardstock or kraft board and then just use acetate for the window. I glued the bottom of the box closed so that it would support the weight of the chocolates without opening.

Supplies Used:
The foil acetate, gold glitter cardstock, and my gold Cricut Cutie all came in the Enchanted Material Kit from JoAnn’s but the materials are available separately and linked below.
Foil Acetate – Metallic
Gold Glitter Cardstock
White and Seafoam Green Cardstock

This project is only available for Cricut Design Space. You can grab the file from here.

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4 Responses

  1. Jennifer says:

    I’m going to try tomorrow, I will have patience 😉 Thanks for the file! Great teacher’s Valentine gift!

  2. Conni Crum says:

    Thanks Teri! Can’t wait to make this!!

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