A delightful Shaker Christmas Treat Boxes with Snowman Magic is what we have on Day 7 of our 12 Days of christmas treat boxes Isn’t this something awesome to gift someone for christmas treat boxes They enjoy shaking it when you fill it with candy, cash, or a small gift.

Here we are.  In the twelfth week of our 12-week christmas treat boxes series.  I assumed this series would end much sooner than expected when I first started.  It has arrived so swiftly.  I hope the projects I’ve shared over the past 12 weeks have been enjoyable for you.  This is a festive christmas treat boxes It’s a crate for christmas treat boxes Stuff it full of goodies to give as a present, but it would also look fantastic as a place card on a Christmas dinner.Our summertime Christmas events are perfect for the So Santa set.  In Australia, there is no snow. Right, sun, sand, and seashells? ????

I Used The Wood Crate Framelits To Construct The Crate.  

Cut two pieces of Real Red cardstock, then assemble as usual.  I stamped the Holly Strand across the box multiple times before I put it together.To get the appropriate width for the red cardboard, I measured the width of the crate.  Take a look at what else I used. The Framelits with Rectangular Stitches.  Arriving January 3rd in the Occasions Catalogue, brand new. I can’t wait for these.Using the Stampin’ Blends, the So Santa image was stamped onto Thick Whisper White and colored.  Also, notice the addition of Balmy Blue, a new Stampin’ Blends color. When coloring the images with a light Smoky Slate blend, I like to outline the images.  It helps to give your photos depth and make them stand out! Using Silver Glimmer Paper punched with the Duet Banner Punch, I created a little sparkle.  To make the banner longer, I folded it in half and glued it beneath the sentiment.  Using one of the smaller Rectangle Stitched Framelits, the sentiment was cut.

I Hope This Series Was Enjoyable For You.  

It’s been enjoyable.  Click on the 12 Weeks of Christmas tag to view all of the projects if you haven’t completed them in the past few months.  Even though it might be a little late for Christmas this year, you could PIN them or file it away for later.I appreciate you sticking with me.Jenny Tagged Wood Crate Framelits, So Santa, Stampin’ Blends, Wood Crate Framelits, Chocolate Treat Boxes, Christmas gifts, Christmas Table Centerpiece, and coloring with Stampin’ BlendsPost a Comment on 3D Projects, Catalogs, and Christmas Gable Box! This is a very easy Christmas treat box to put together.  We made this one a while back in my Christmas in July class.  Sure, that was a long time ago, and I’m only now sharing it.  Apologies. ????

I Believed It Could Be Of Interest To You.

These are made with the Annual Catalogue’s Silver Gable Boxes.  There are 12 in each pack.  They arrive in White as well.Using the Delicate Lace Edgelits, I diecut the red card. Both the front and the back of the box had this attached to them.   Punch out the sentiment using the Everyday Label Punch; it is from the Stylish Christmas set.  To add to the rear, I also punched one from Shaded Spruce.  I wrapped some of the handle’s Real Red Solid ribbon around it.  They can fit a few sweet treats because it’s too simple.

I Hope You Find It Enjoyable.  I Appreciate You Looking.

From the Merry Little Christmas Packaging Boxes Designer Series Paper Pack, I used two different pieces. arranging them in layers on an Old Olive Card mat.The gold foil sheets were cut into the shape of a stitched circle.  With a Layered Circle Framelit, the sentiment from Snowflake Sentiments was cut.   I used the Holly Berry Builder Punch to punch out the berries and holly leaves from the Holly Berry Happiness set to finish it.