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Spring Treat Boxes

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Decorate pretty treat boxes and bags with simple butterfly motifs. Perfect for spring parties or gift giving.springpillowbox

How to make itIf you are giving treats as a gift, these are pretty packaging options for you. I made these pillow box treat holders using the FUSE and it’s pillow box die. You can use any die you have or even buy pre-made boxes instead. Decoarate each box with a beautiful punched paper and twine bow.

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While you have your butterflies punch out, you can also decorate some brown paper treat bags. These are my favorite of the lot. To decorate these paper bags, I placed a punched butterfly paper strip, pressed my sticky Versamark ink pad directly onto the bags, removed the punched paper (that acted like a stencil here) and then poured embossing powder on the top. Finished it off my heat setting the embossing powder in place. These bags are pretty adorable in real life and the recipient of your gift is bound to wonder how you made these!

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