Saturday, 11 June 2016

Frys Chocolate Cream Treat Box

Today's project is this gorgeous little treat box for a Frys Chocolate Cream bar.  The box itself requires no glue or adhesives.

Yet again I struck gold whilst looking through the wonders on Pinterest.  I came across a Pin which led me to a Blog by a german lady called Cristine over at  Here is a link to her perfect little treat box, made for a tiny treat:-

So that got me looking at my drawer of calorific goodies !    Out came my Simply Scored and I produced a resized version of Cristine's lovely creation.  I decided to make a treat box from cardstock, although there is no reason why you couldn't try one made from DSP (Designer Series Paper).

My new Floral Boutique Designer Series Papers arrived last week, so I put them to good use to decorate my treat box.  The pack is full of beautiful designs in Night of Navy and Whisper White and I love it.

This is my video tutorial giving instructions on how to make these simple and quick little treat boxes:

I also made one to hold a Galaxy Bar, but the dimensions for this are slightly different.

These are the dimensions you would need to create one for the small Galaxy bar:-

9 1/4" x 6 3/4" inch Card Stock

Long side score @ 2" and 7 1/4" inches

Short side score @ 2", 2 3/4", 4 3/4" and 5 1/2"

Decorative Panels:  2 @ 4 7/8" and 1 5/8" inches
2  @ 4 7/8" x 5/8"
Belly band  6 1/4" x 1 1/4" & Decorative Strip 6 1/4" x 7/8"

I do hope you like my little project and thank you for stopping by today.


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  1. A great little box once again. Love this blue x

    1. Thanks very much Brawny - They are my favourite papers from the new catalogue x

  2. Hi Linda this is stunning I love the idea. Take care. Hugs Jackie

    1. Thank you very much Jackie - hope you give it a try x

  3. Hi Linda, thanks for mentioning my blog. I love your version of the box, as I do all your other creations. I always look forward for your next video. Cheers, Cristina

    1. Thank you so much for the inspiration Cristina xx

  4. ANother great box Linda. I just love watching your videos - and of course making the boxes too! I will b ehaving a go at this one very soon. Christine

    1. Thank you so much - hope you enjoy making it Christine :)


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