Carrot Treat Box
We admit—we can’t think of Easter without thinking ‘candy.’ What cuter way to disburse all those goodies than with a carrot treat box that’s so inexpensive to make?
Our printable indicates exactly where to cut and fold, making it a super easy craft. Of course, when using card stock, it’s always a good idea to score the paper first. Using the back of the precision knife or a butter knife will guarantee the folds are clean, crisp and professional-looking.
A few dabs of glue will hold it together—then bring on the candy or other small Easter gifts! Whether placed upright in an Easter basket or merely at a table setting, this unique carrot will be filled with sweet surprises.
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Printable carrot treat box instructions
- carrot treat box printable
- white card stock
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- Print on card stock then cut out using a precision knife—don’t forget to make a slit on the box top for the leaves. Score and fold where indicated.
- Glue where indicated, insert the leaves then fill with candy and tape closed.