Bunny Hop | Tiny Treat Box Wrap

Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator Karen Robinson |Bunny Hop – Tiny Treat Box Wrap

Can you believe it will be March tomorrow?  That means we’ll be in the final month of Sale-A-Bration and Easter will be only 4 weeks away! So today I’m starting my Bunny Hop to give you some fun packaging ideas using the Hello Easter stamp set and Sweet Soiree DSP.

I’ll be sharing six projects, two per week, over the next few weeks and hope you’ll hop along with me 🙂 Today I’m sharing a simple wrap for our Clear Tiny Treat Boxes that’s quick and easy and very economical with your DSP.

Little Paper Party, Bunny Hop 2018, Hello Easter, Sweet Soiree DSP, Clear Tiny Treat Boxes, #4.jpg

I decided to make a wrap instead of a full-sized box as it only uses a 2-1/4″ x 12″ piece of Sweet Soiree DSP, which means I can make 5 from one 12″ x 12″ sheet and they are super fast to put together.

I scored each piece of DSP at 1/2″, 4″, 6-1/8″, 9-5/8″ 10-1/8″ & 10-5/8″ on the 12″ side and folded and burnished all the score lines.

Note: the 1/2″, 9-5/8″ & 10-5/8″ score lines are folded backwards to create the little peak at the top of the wrap.

I punched a hole using the 3/4″ Circle Punch in the front of my wrap (which is between the 1/2″ and 4″ score line) to create a window and used the Best Badge Punch to create the scalloped edge on the front flap.

Little Paper Party, Bunny Hop 2018, Hello Easter, Sweet Soiree DSP, Clear Tiny Treat Boxes, #6.jpg

Here’s the wrap flat to show all the score lines and where to punch.

Little Paper Party, Bunny Hop 2018, Hello Easter, Sweet Soiree DSP, Clear Tiny Treat Boxes, #1

I assembled and filled my Clear Tiny Treat Boxes and adhered them between the 4″ & 6-1/8″ score lines with a glue dot in each corner.

The 1/2″ score line slips in between the 9-5/8″ & 10-5/8″ score lines and I simply stapled it closed in the centre,

Little Paper Party, Bunny Hop 2018, Hello Easter, Sweet Soiree DSP, Clear Tiny Treat Boxes, #3

To embellish these little treats I tied some Smoky Slate Gingham Ribbon in a bow around the top of my wrap – which hides the staple nicely 🙂

I stamped the bunny from Hello Easter in Soft Suede and fussy cut it out to add to the window of the wrap. The sentiment was stamped in coordinating inks and die cut with the second smallest oval from the Stitched Shapes Framelits.

I added a few chicks and flowers from the Sprinkles of Life stamp set and punched them out with the coordinating Tree Builder Punch. These extras were the perfect size for my project and are a great way to use up little scraps of cardstock 🙂

Well, that’s my first project finished, I hope you liked it. These would be great to make in bulk and don’t be fooled, those little boxes can hold quite a few treats, these ones easily hold 1/3 of a pack of M&M eggs!


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