The FREE printable files to make these Tic Tac treats are from a site called Somewhat Simple and can be found HERE. The pin above is from a site called Cupcakes and Bling --- now that's a great name for a blog!
I used an envelope punch board to create these cute little treat boxes from Pinterest. They measure 2 1/4" wide by 3 1/4" tall and result in the perfect paper project for Halloween or Thanksgiving.
The Hershey Miniature chocolates nestled in the boxes already come in fall colors and prints, so they're the perfect candy to use for this fall treat box!
Four boxes can be created from one piece of 12"x12" DSP and using double-sided DSP gives a nice contrast to the finished mini totes if you adhere the side flaps to the outer side panels. Here is the wonderful video tutorial:
The only thing I changed was the diameter of the hole punch at the top. I preferred a 3/4" punch instead of the 1". You can see the difference in the two punch sizes on my completed boxes in the first pic of the totes above.
....and one last Halloween treat box that is very cute and clever from Chick N' Scratch:
She created a terrific video, too: