I have a cute little treat bag for you today made with one sheet of A4 cardstock with no cutting or glueing! It is perfect to make with children and the crease lines can be changed to create a longer/wider/thinner treat bag.
I made these treat boxes for a meeting with my team last weekend and added our cello bags inside filled with chocolate treats.
I was running late as always and need to make something quick and these treat bags fit the bill perfectly.
The beauty of these treat bags is that you only need 1 x A4 piece of Cardstock. There is no cutting or glueing required but be warned once you made one you cannot stop!
You can alter the score lines to create a different sized box but I will share my measurements below and maybe you can have a play and create your own?
How to create your own Treat Bag
- Score along both long edges at 6cm
- Score along both short edges at 12.5cm
- Reinforce all score lines.
- Fold in one of the 6cm flaps and bring the outer edge at the 12.5cm score line to meet the inner score line.
- Repeat 4 times and fold the short edges towards one another to create your treat bag.
I have shared a video on my instagram account if you are a visual person and the instructions leave you feeling confused. It is easy one you know how, promise! Scroll down to the bottom of my blog to see my Instagram post and view.
All the products I used to create this Treat Bag are shared below including the printed gusseted cell bags which fit like a charm. If you click any of the images you will go direct to that item in my shop. Please use the monthly hostess code when placing an order for £20+ (and less than £150).
Wising you all a wonderful no cutting, no glueing treat bag making weekend!