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Printable Paper Treat Box


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Make your own paper treat box using cardstock, tape, and our creative free printable! Wrapping up your treats has never looked so sweet!

Here are a few more treat ideas we think you’ll love – Mason Jar Gift Tags, Fruity Pun Printables, and Milk Carton Treat Boxes.

How to Make Paper Treat Boxes

Handmade treat boxes are a fun way to package up goodies for your neighbors and friends. Make some cookies or grab some favorite candies, and in no time at all, you’ll have a darling little gift that is practically free! This quick little papercraft is an easy way to package up treats in style! Here is how to make them –


  • printable (download below)
  • white cardstock
  • scissors
  • tape or glue
  • wax paper, optional
  • small treats to go inside


  1. Download and print the treat boxes and cut them out.
  2. Fold each white line on the printable inward, and secure with tape or glue.
  3. Optional – If this gift is for a birthday, cut out the candle print and fold the base of the candle, then secure to the top of the treat box with some tape or glue.
  4. Line the bottom of your treat box with a small piece of wax paper so the treats don’t make the paper greasy.
  5. Fill your box with small candies or baked goods, and you’re good to go!

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I’m super excited to go pass out these cute little paper treat boxes. Way more fun than a Tupperware or bagged plate of treats, right?

treat box made from paper

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