More treat packaging – – – this time, the cracker box. These are such great ways to give someone a treat they won’t forget.
In reading about this month’s upcoming Paper Pumpkin kit, I saw that it will be packaging – and a lot: 20 cracker boxes; that got me thinking about making some other types of cracker boxes.
Wait! Some of you might be asking, “What’s Paper Pumpkin?” Stampin’ Up! offers a monthly subscription kit (Paper Pumpkin) that basically gives you everything you need to create: stamps, ink, paper, adhesives, embellishments – all you need are scissors. It’s $21 a month (plus shipping/tax) – you can subscribe at my link below – or buy a prepaid subscription for savings. If you’re interested, please reach out to me.
September is one of my favorite month to get Paper Pumpkin because it’s almost always Halloween/Fall treat packaging – it’s a simple way to whip up some goodies to give out (and this comes in handy when you have kids.)
But Jen, what about the cracker box you made? I’ve made these in the past but have always used the Envelope Punch Board to make the notches – Stampin’ Up! discontinued the punch board, so I had to modify my instructions – see the link below for the step-by-steps. And click on any of the product links to purchase through me.
I think I’m going to get back to making some moreof these – what other themes would you want to see?