Create Easy Holiday Treat Boxes!
Do you love to create easy holiday treat boxes for your family and friends? Check out these adorable boxes created with the Curvy Keepsakes Box die from Stampin’ Up!
These little witches are perfect for Halloween treats and while they are a little bit scary they are also a little bit cute, don’t you think?! Can you see the little wart on the end of her nose?
These pumpkin boxes are great for treats but would also make a nice addition to a Thanksgiving centerpiece or personalized place settings at the table 🙂
These little Santa treat boxes are so cute and perfect for gifts of cash, jewelry, small gifts and chocolates.
The key for all of these easy to create holiday treat boxes is the Curvy Keepsakes Box die from Stampin’ Up!
I will be filming video tutorials for all of the above projects but will not be posting them on my Keenan Kreations YouTube Channel. I am going to share the videos in my next newsletter which will go out tomorrow so be sure to sign up for my Keenan Kreations newsletter right away!
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I hope you like today’s projects showcasing the Curvy Keepsake Box die and will enjoy the video tutorials in my newsletter going out tomorrow, Monday, October 13th 🙂 If you’ve watched my video tutorials on YouTube, you know that I provide clear and concise instructions (not a lot of unrelated chit chat) and include tips and tricks to make your paper crafting fun and enjoyable. Here are a few sweet comments from my YouTube subscribers:
“I really like this card. I like how you explained the tearing of the paper. I learn something new from you every time I watch your videos. You are my main inspiration. :)” Nancy R
“Lovely card Brenda. Oh I love the techniques you used for it. The way you alternated the stamp images makes it look so much better than some other random stamping I have seen. Also very much like the overlapping with the torn card. I will be trying this one, you teach so well. Thank you so much for sharing this.” Linda K
“That’s a lovely card – and your “fix” idea is fabulous! I often get an extra ink smudge on my piece and have to come up with ways to hide them (oops!)” Cynthia F
“Brenda. I have some of your video’s saved. I pause, work, pause, rewind. Etc etc. Love them all. I have learned so much from you. Thank you!! I will never stop watching!” Faith R
“Thank you for the great tutorial. I always learn something new from your videos. You are a great teacher!” Nichole W
“I really like your teaching style. You are very thorough for the new stampers, and it does not come off as tedious to us old hats. I am now inspired to buy this stamp set, and was not at all before! Thanks a bunch!” Suzyq H